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Old 08-13-2006, 09:07 PM   #31
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Right on Dan! Why not just duplicate the format of the LC4 index?
So, you guys aren't worried about the Meat Popsicle © copyright?


























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Old 08-13-2006, 09:19 PM   #32
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Hey Dan, what was the final verdict on the unplugging of the TPS on our 610's. I remember people posting about it, but no definite results were posted. I am going to try mine with and without to see if I can feel the difference.

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Old 08-14-2006, 10:14 AM   #33
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I don't get the stutter after I changed the plug. I also changed the pilot jet to a 48 from 50 I think. There have been more postings saying to keep it than to disconnect but enough of each to make it confusing...

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Old 08-14-2006, 10:19 AM   #34
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Just kidding
We are using Blue&Yellow in place of Orange to avoid said copyright issues ...

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Old 09-11-2006, 10:16 PM   #35
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from Husqvarna Euro site

2006 SM / TE610 Fuel Requirement
Update: 7/11/05

It has come to our attention that the fuel recommendation has been omitted from the owners handbook for the 2006 SM610 & TE610.
The recommendation from MV Agusta Group is for these models to always be operated on 'Super Unleaded' fuel and not on the standard 95 octane fuel.

From our own experience as the UK distributor, we do not foresee any technical problems arising from bikes that have been run on the standard 95 octane fuel and to date we have not received any reports of these models suffering from detonation or pre ignition problems. We would however recommend that all SM610 / TE610 owners now switch to using the higher octane fuel at the earliest opportunity.
For further information please contact your supplying dealer or e mail dave.plummer@huskysport.co.uk

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Old 09-11-2006, 10:25 PM   #36
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link to new computer manual

Here is a link to new instructions for the computer on the 610's.
https://images.nxgn-ltd.com/document...structions.pdf
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Old 09-11-2006, 10:38 PM   #37
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another link

-another link to a great article about how the Husky stacks up with other dualsport bikes.
https://images.nxgn-ltd.com/document...ike%20Test.pdf
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Old 09-12-2006, 08:23 AM   #38
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Thanks Chadley...

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Old 09-12-2006, 08:58 AM   #39
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2006 SM / TE610 Fuel Requirement
Update: 7/11/05

It has come to our attention that the fuel recommendation has been omitted from the owners handbook for the 2006 SM610 & TE610.

The recommendation from MV Agusta Group is for these models to always be operated on 'Super Unleaded' fuel and not on the standard 95 octane fuel.


From our own experience as the UK distributor, we do not foresee any technical problems arising from bikes that have been run on the standard 95 octane fuel and to date we have not received any reports of these models suffering from detonation or pre ignition problems. We would however recommend that all SM610 / TE610 owners now switch to using the higher octane fuel at the earliest opportunity.

For further information please contact your supplying dealer or e mail dave.plummer@huskysport.co.uk


http://images.nxgn-ltd.com/getimg.as...BGCOLOR=FFFFFF
Europe rates it's octane differently than North America,
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Old 09-12-2006, 09:15 AM   #40
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I've been running 87 octane in mine, what's the consensus on octane? (if there is one )
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Old 09-12-2006, 09:24 AM   #41
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Here is a link to new instructions for the computer on the 610's.
https://images.nxgn-ltd.com/document...structions.pdf
Thanks dude. Even that doesn't explain how to set parameters or alter the screens. I'm a little over half done with my English only version of the BOZZA DRAFT shop manual (worked on it all weekend) & including my own expanded section on the computer with xfools info & my own experience. Stay tuned..............
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Old 10-20-2006, 08:08 AM   #42
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I am bumping this thread as I included a thread on springs. Please add any info you guys have to help the group sort thier suspension. Ray, you and Steve are the only two I know of who have changed springs and I put your info in the thread, is it correct?
I didn't add the Jetting thread that Countdown started as I would prefer to limit repetitive threads. I will copy and paste any new jetting data added to that thread but please use the Indexed threads if they are available...

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p.s. Maybe I can get a Mod to merge the Jetting threads ...
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Old 10-20-2006, 11:17 AM   #43
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Have you seen this one, yet, Buffallodan?
Great for a brand new owner.
http://home.comcast.net/~husk/emissions.html
He ended up with all 4 vent hoses going down, he could have blocked one from each side. Problem is on most bikes as soon as the hoses get under deep water the bike stops. One hose form each side should go up under tank. I think upper hose always provides vent, lower hose drains any liquid gas from vent after bike is on side.
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Old 10-20-2006, 11:37 AM   #44
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I've been running 87 octane in mine, what's the consensus on octane? (if there is one )
I found the next somewhere else:

Originally posted by E_SolSi@Jul 17 2005, 12:48 AM
In Europe 98-octane gasoline is common and in Japan even 100-octane is readily available at the pumps, but this octane nomenclature is misleading to Americans as foreign octane ratings are derived entirely differently from our own... So, like every other measurement system it seems that everyone else uses a different scale than we do, but unlike most other instances where we have had the good sense to create different units of measure in this case we all use the same name...
Japan and Europe use a system called RON or Research Octane Number to determine the octane rating of their gasoline, while stateside we use a system called AKI or Anti-Knock Index to determine gasoline's octane rating... Interestingly, to further complicate things it would seem that our own AKI system is actually derived from the average of the RON system and another more complicated system referred to as MON or Motor Octane Number... So, to recap our methodologies for measuring gasoline's octane rating are different, but share some common elements...
So, with the commonality of RON in mind a good rule of thumb is as follows, multiply the foreign RON Octane rating by 0.95 and you will have the US AKI equivalent.

( RON Octane Rating x 0.95 = AKI Octane Rating )
98 RON Octane x 0.95 = 93.1 AKI Octane (US measure)
100 RON Octane x 0.95 = 95 AKI Octane (US measure)

So, as you can see the 93 or 94 octane fuel we are all paying an arm and a leg for is actually quite comparable to the higher octane fuels found in Europe and Japan. The people whom have to worry about low octane rating are our friends out west in places like California that are subjected to substandard 91 octane.
91 AKI Octane (US measure) = 95.5 RON Octane
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Old 10-20-2006, 01:03 PM   #45
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Guess I better up the octane.
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