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Old 01-18-2007, 09:44 AM   #61
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It says it meets all bla bla bla bla ........80db. It's a LaFranconi too. Reminds me of my Moto Guzzi
Yeah my 06 was stamped 80db also but it measured 97db at a sound test, My sons TE 250 and my buddies 06 510 with the stock pipes are much quieter than my 610 was with the stocker. My Leo Vince with the Yosh quiet core measures 96db , It sounds very nice but I would like to drop the db down a bit more.
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Old 01-18-2007, 09:50 AM   #62
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Is that the Blue Ribbon Coalition sound test?

They seem to be on the ball when they do theirs. 80db must be at idle
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Old 01-19-2007, 02:02 PM   #63
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HiYa TE610'ers,

Just a small request from your TE250 brother......Does anyone have a lower support mount for the rear rack that you care to part with? It's the one that the rack bolts up to under the rear fender. Can't seem to find one at the dealerships. If you've got one your not using I'd like to discuss it with you.

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Old 01-19-2007, 02:42 PM   #64
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HiYa TE610'ers,

Just a small request from your TE250 brother......Does anyone have a lower support mount for the rear rack that you care to part with? It's the one that the rack bolts up to under the rear fender. Can't seem to find one at the dealerships. If you've got one your not using I'd like to discuss it with you.

Got lots of junk to carry!
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need one too
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Old 02-16-2007, 07:10 PM   #65
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HiYa TE610'ers,

Just a small request from your TE250 brother......Does anyone have a lower support mount for the rear rack that you care to part with? It's the one that the rack bolts up to under the rear fender. Can't seem to find one at the dealerships. If you've got one your not using I'd like to discuss it with you.

Got lots of junk to carry!
Nevermind, made my own!



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Old 02-16-2007, 10:02 PM   #66
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Anyone who knocks out a clean piece like that AND quotes Mr. McQueen gets props from me.

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Old 02-22-2007, 05:53 AM   #67
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... My Leo Vince with the Yosh quiet core measures 96db , It sounds very nice but I would like to drop the db down a bit more.
Thanks
My '06 had a full Leo Vince when I bought it. I put the stock system back on and was very surprised that it wasn't much quieter. If you find a quieter system, I would like to buy your current one. Maybe I should look for a Yosh quiet core for mine.
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Old 02-22-2007, 06:33 AM   #68
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Anyone who knocks out a clean piece like that AND quotes Mr. McQueen gets props from me.

Nice work
You got that right! I put some gas in your tank!

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Old 02-23-2007, 06:40 AM   #69
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Talking about mods: mud season is coming and I need a bigger tank.


Any news on progress with the IMS 4 / 5 / ??? gallon tank?
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Old 02-25-2007, 07:15 PM   #70
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http://web.tiscali.it/abosco/moto/ca.../dellorto.html
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Old 03-22-2007, 06:05 AM   #71
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Fork Valve Adjuster Screws

The slots were snapped as one of the POs had stuck a screwdriver in them without loosening the nuts...

They came from R&D Husky in Oz and they were $pendy.

I have the new ones....searched this thread for tech advice on doing the change...anybody care to point me to a reference?

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Old 03-24-2007, 05:01 AM   #72
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After much nagging, Nate (sales@dirttricks.com) has agreed to make a 43t sprocket for me. Contact him if you want one. He normally only makes 45 and 46. He's also working on countershaft sprockets.

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Old 04-20-2007, 11:35 AM   #73
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Problemo

Just got a 2007 TE 610 the other day, still in the crate....In mid-assembly right now..


Question for you owners:

I'm having a problem mounting the front Left Hand side fairing that mounts to the gas tank and to the radiator. It sits right in front of the big "Husqvarna" stickered tank fairing... Anyways, this piece mounts to the gas tank fine, but when I try to bolt it onto the radiator, I have something like a 1" gap between the radiator mount and the fairing..... I'm thinking maybe the gas-tank is mounted improperly, but this is the way it came from the factory....



The 1 inch gap is on the arrow.
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Old 04-20-2007, 02:48 PM   #74
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Just got a 2007 TE 610 the other day, still in the crate....In mid-assembly right now..


Question for you owners:

I'm having a problem mounting the front Left Hand side fairing that mounts to the gas tank and to the radiator. It sits right in front of the big "Husqvarna" stickered tank fairing... Anyways, this piece mounts to the gas tank fine, but when I try to bolt it onto the radiator, I have something like a 1" gap between the radiator mount and the fairing..... I'm thinking maybe the gas-tank is mounted improperly, but this is the way it came from the factory....



The 1 inch gap is on the arrow.
After crushing my radiator a bit I needed to use a longer bolt to reach the radiator. When I install the new 5 gallon tank the lower shroud won't be used however...maybe its time for you to get a new tank

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Old 04-20-2007, 08:45 PM   #75
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This thing is brand new from the factory. I think the rads are in the right spot....its more the gas tank, I think.
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