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Old 03-16-2013, 01:32 AM   #1276
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Do you fellas know anything abour a thing called the MOSS program -software maps etc
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Old 03-16-2013, 01:41 AM   #1277
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Do you fellas know anything abour a thing called the MOSS program -software maps etc
these dino's run ibeat
have you seen these for the 650
http://www.boosterplug.com/shop/husqvarna-23c1.html
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Old 03-16-2013, 01:50 AM   #1278
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Bensl , i got set up for me 70kg plus gear, average trail rider .
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thanks. everyone always says getting suspension done is money well spent. i would definately like mine looked at.

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Old 03-16-2013, 01:56 AM   #1279
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these dino's run ibeat
have you seen these for the 650
http://www.boosterplug.com/shop/husqvarna-23c1.html

Yeah they are the ones they flog for the BMW's. Apparently... long pause 'they say' there is this thing called MOSS (I heard from some kid called Jason or Luke or something) that develops programs for Husky that you download (I am a carb fella bings , delortos, CV). And... it remaps the TR650 and fixes the slight weakness, hesitation down low and does the same thing the booster plug does - but is very cheap.

I could have the wrong name or something.

Its a Husky program perhaps you know about it?
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Old 03-16-2013, 02:29 AM   #1280
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Yeah they are the ones they flog for the BMW's. Apparently... long pause 'they say' there is this thing called MOSS (I heard from some kid called Jason or Luke or something) that develops programs for Husky that you download (I am a carb fella bings , delortos, CV). And... it remaps the TR650 and fixes the slight weakness, hesitation down low and does the same thing the booster plug does - but is very cheap.

I could have the wrong name or something.

Its a Husky program perhaps you know about it?
I thought that was what the dealers had to pay huge amounts of coin for. Wont be long for someone works out how to reverse engineer it and make it cheaper. Thats what happened with ibeat
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Old 03-16-2013, 03:34 AM   #1281
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Yeah they are the ones they flog for the BMW's. Apparently... long pause 'they say' there is this thing called MOSS (I heard from some kid called Jason or Luke or something) that develops programs for Husky that you download.... I could have the wrong name or something.

Its a Husky program perhaps you know about it?
There is some information about it on Cafe Husky:
http://www.cafehusky.com/threads/mos...awesome.29435/

There is a lot of other information on the 650 on that site as well.
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Old 03-16-2013, 04:31 AM   #1282
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There is some information about it on Cafe Husky:
http://www.cafehusky.com/threads/mos...awesome.29435/

There is a lot of other information on the 650 on that site as well.

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Old 03-16-2013, 05:58 AM   #1283
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Heres the aussie fix for broken fuel pump elbows



Parts list - 2 x Speedflow Female to 5/16 elbows #413-06-05-BLK $28ea
2 x 14JOC hydralic connectors $7 ea
1M dash 6 FI hose
4 stainless 16mm hose clamps.
1 x 9/16 UNF Hand Tap
Loctite no.3 Thread/gasket seal (non hardening)

The JOC connector taps into the fuel outlet/inlet holes. I reused the Viton o'ring from the old elbow plus some Loctite aviation thread seal no.3 (non hardning). I also resued the CPC socket fittings onto the throttle body inlet. The new FI hose will push onto the connectors. Hose clamp it on.

The return line to the tank has checkvalve. you'll need to cut and remove this and install onto the new hose. Be careful rempving the old hose from these fittings as there is a small sealing o'ring at the tail of the fitting that needs to be reused.

With this setup the tank and fuel lines are easliy removed with pretty much no chance of breaking anything. i might swap out the ugly hose clamps later to a pinch type clamp.

Once all installed i flushed the outlet to pump. simply leave the new speedflow elbow disconnected, place a container under neath and turn on the IGN. the fuel pump with do the rest. This way no nasty stuff can get into your FI system.

If anyone in Brissy needs the fix, I'm happy to help out

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Old 03-16-2013, 04:33 PM   #1284
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Good info lizard
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Old 03-16-2013, 10:44 PM   #1285
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Took my new, (to me) 610 for a spin in the bush this morning.
For those of you who have been paying attention, I recently picked up an '08 with 61 km on the clock.
The bike's never been off the road before.
Awesome, you've got a choice of about 3 gears at any one time, I recon in a pinch you could ride all day in 4th. Grunty.
So small and light after the F800.
Needs suspension tuning, on the higher speed, (90-100) dirt roads it was jarring the fillings out of my teeth and banging my brain (what's left of it) around.
I know diddly about how to adjust suspension, any pointers before I start spending money on springs and shit?



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Old 03-16-2013, 11:04 PM   #1286
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What do you weight mike ?

It will soften but for break in you really need to wind everything pretty much out ( anti clockwise ) and in 1 until you get a few k,s up . Rebound on top of forks , high and low speed compression nuts/knob on top lhs of shock and rebound screw bottom lhs of shock ..

Some info here - http://rickramsey.net/TE610mods.htm

I have seen quite a few come from some shops been sent out with everything wound in causing harsh compression and too slow rebound .

Set your race sag too 100 mm . Tutorial here - http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/223144-set-your-sag/

Revalve on forks will fix initial dive , and smooth harsh mid to bottom .
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Old 03-17-2013, 12:06 AM   #1287
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At a request, i've changed the heading to include the TE630 as well.
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Old 03-17-2013, 12:41 AM   #1288
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Old 03-17-2013, 01:12 AM   #1289
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At a request, i've changed the heading to include the TE630 as well.
Alright! Can't wait to flaunt the 630's whole extra 24cc.

Pity I'll be off the bike for a couple of months though.

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Old 03-17-2013, 05:24 PM   #1290
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At a request, i've changed the heading to include the TE630 as well.
I was wondering why i'd never seen this thread before...

I bought a 630 in February last year, met some of the 610/630 guys last year for a ride up in qld.

I have a question, has anyone used/bought the 'racing' cdi/coil from
http://www.htmracing.it/cms/index.ph...190&Itemid=182 ?

(it's about halfway down the page)

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