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Old 07-27-2012, 12:42 AM   #196
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service indicators

Setting oil change warning interval


Press and release the MODE button until you see the oil change symbol.
Press and hold MODE button until the horizontal bars appear,
then release. You are presented with NO, clear? . Press and release
the MODE button to see YES, clear . Press and hold the MODE button until
the screen blanks. Release the mode button to see "0000" or the value previously
inserted with the first number flashing. (initial setting is 13h for the first
oil change) Shortly pressing MODE the number advances one, allowing it to
flash for 2 seconds the second left number will begin to flash. Set to the desired
interval.


Setting the maintenance w arning interval

Press and release the MODE button until you see the maintenance symbol
Press and hold MODE button until the horizontal bars appear,
then release. Press and release the MODE button to select distance
or hours as the interval. (distance will be Km/h or mph) Press
and hold the mode button until WS briefly flashes in the lower right corner of
the display then release. To exit setup cycle through the screens until END appears.
Press and holdthe Mode button until the horizontal bars are displayed. The instrument
will reboot into standard mode. You may also turn off the ignition to exit setup.


Hope that helps
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Old 07-28-2012, 02:22 AM   #197
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Thanks

Ah, so it is simple, in an italian/swedish sort of way!
Also noted that the display wont change while you are moving, so you cant switch between revs and trip meter unless you stop.
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Old 07-30-2012, 03:12 PM   #198
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Well after three years, it looks like I'll be leaving the Husky clan soon. I have my SM610 for sale...listed in flea market if you guys know anyone that's looking. Here's a pic from my last trip on it:



And here's one of it ready for it's new owner:

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Old 08-08-2012, 02:10 PM   #199
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Hey Dan, I'd like to see you add http://www.7602racing.com/ to the vendors list. Clay is a husky supporter and makes a real high quality radiator guard and oil filter cover specifically for the 610 as well at a few other goodies.

Also for those with the stock gauges that still work, Paul at Highway dirtbikes makes a billet protector for them. It's my opinion that the flimsy stock mount and vibration is what causes the premature death of the units. I've had the billet mount since near new and I've never had a flicker of trouble.

Thanks
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Old 09-27-2013, 08:56 PM   #200
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Comment re. end of 610/630 production

It's unfortunate there isn't the 610 or 630 TE anymore. They seemed like better versions of the KLR. What they have now can't compare off road.
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Old 09-28-2013, 07:14 AM   #201
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Hey Dan, I'd like to see you add http://www.7602racing.com/ to the vendors list. Clay is a husky supporter and makes a real high quality radiator guard and oil filter cover specifically for the 610 as well at a few other goodies.

Also for those with the stock gauges that still work, Paul at Highway dirtbikes makes a billet protector for them. It's my opinion that the flimsy stock mount and vibration is what causes the premature death of the units. I've had the billet mount since near new and I've never had a flicker of trouble.

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I'd love to take a look at the mount, but when I follow the link above I get to a page that tells me "The item you selected cannot be viewed. Please make a selection from the menu to continue."
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Old 10-01-2013, 08:49 AM   #202
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PJ there's a link on the left of that page that says "HDB Billet Display Mounts"
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Old 10-01-2013, 09:07 AM   #203
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PJ there's a link on the left of that page that says "HDB Billet Display Mounts"
Aaron,

Thanks for pointing that out. Believe it or not, I actually did try that option, and only saw three available choices, all for Vapor or Voyager options.

Perhaps one of those is a fit for the stock cluster?
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Old 10-04-2013, 04:56 PM   #204
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Aaron,

Thanks for pointing that out. Believe it or not, I actually did try that option, and only saw three available choices, all for Vapor or Voyager options.

Perhaps one of those is a fit for the stock cluster?
My recollection was that they were way different.
I didn't realize you were after stock. Crap I have one floating around somewhere but have no idea where it is. I'll have a look though.

You might have to call him, his website has always sucked. I think he should just be able to make you one cuz I'm sure he's got the cad files for em.
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Old 10-10-2013, 05:24 PM   #205
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rear sprocket?

hey all,

I was hunting around a few threads and not sure if this is a dumb question because I can't find the answer - maybe its too obvious. I am looking for a 47 tooth rear sprocket for the te610 (2008). All the website I go to and do the "does this fit your bike" comparison, it says no, for ironman sprockets, renthal, and others. Is this just bad information or do I need to order from somewhere in particular? I would like to get a red one to match, but anthing that works is great.

Thanks for the tips - PMs welcome.
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:56 AM   #206
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hey all,

I was hunting around a few threads and not sure if this is a dumb question because I can't find the answer - maybe its too obvious. I am looking for a 47 tooth rear sprocket for the te610 (2008). All the website I go to and do the "does this fit your bike" comparison, it says no, for ironman sprockets, renthal, and others. Is this just bad information or do I need to order from somewhere in particular? I would like to get a red one to match, but anthing that works is great.

Thanks for the tips - PMs welcome.
-Andy
http://dirttricks.com/shop/husqvarna-47-rear-sprocket

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Old 10-11-2013, 04:56 AM   #207
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hey all,

I was hunting around a few threads and not sure if this is a dumb question because I can't find the answer - maybe its too obvious. I am looking for a 47 tooth rear sprocket for the te610 (2008). All the website I go to and do the "does this fit your bike" comparison, it says no, for ironman sprockets, renthal, and others. Is this just bad information or do I need to order from somewhere in particular? I would like to get a red one to match, but anthing that works is great.

Thanks for the tips - PMs welcome.
-Andy
I have a 47, purchased from sprocketcenter.com. Just another source for you.
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Old 10-11-2013, 10:13 AM   #208
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thank you, i will check it out! much appreciated
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Old 01-06-2014, 09:58 AM   #209
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backfire, back fire

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My fuel injected 08 sm610 will backfire when engine braking... It's just one loud pop and it quits. Am I the only one, is this normal, or how do I fix it? Thanks ahead of time :)


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Have you powered up? Backfire on decel is usually either exhaust leak or lean mix.

Often popping on decelaration can be exhaust pipe not sealed properly. Check all the joints and header gaskets. Sometimes some HT silicone on the joints helps with a re-tighten. On my HP2 it often indicated a dirty air filter so can be different things on different bikes but check the pipe.
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Old 01-06-2014, 10:12 AM   #210
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chain, sprocket, gearing

I use the 15/47 as well. You do not need to go for longer chain - can use the stock 114 link.
Anyway the website gearingcommander.com is your gearing bible - it gives you everything you need to know including whether the OEM chain will fit with a new combination.

http://www.gearingcommander.com
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