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Old 04-21-2013, 12:55 AM   #1306
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I use this mob for sprockets.Most shops sell there discs,pads etc.You can buy direct off them,they are at brendale.

http://metalgear.com.au/view_model_d...?model_id=4844

Looks like the 630 disc is different and cheaper

http://metalgear.com.au/view_model_d...?model_id=4912
Thanks Will - they are pricey .. But look good quality

Founds these cheaper ones in uk but only lists 06-07 ... Might cost the same with postage ..
http://www.racediscs.com/Products/Br..._RD_Discs.html
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Old 04-21-2013, 01:47 AM   #1307
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Thanks Will - they are pricey .. But look good quality

Founds these cheaper ones in uk but only lists 06-07 ... Might cost the same with postage ..
http://www.racediscs.com/Products/Br..._RD_Discs.html
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it is worth going in to pick it up
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Old 04-21-2013, 02:15 AM   #1308
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it is worth going in to pick it up
Noice puter skills - thanks - will have me that .
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Old 04-28-2013, 01:37 AM   #1309
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Link to my latest spin on the Six Ten.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...9#post21283969

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Old 04-28-2013, 03:06 AM   #1310
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Link to my latest spin on the Six Ten.

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Nice vid southy - lovely riding country ..
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Old 04-28-2013, 03:07 AM   #1311
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WillS whats going on with your 630 ? Is it under the weather ?
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Old 04-28-2013, 04:08 AM   #1312
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WillS whats going on with your 630 ? Is it under the weather ?
Nothing
don't go
wiring loom is corroded
blown 3 map sensors

The good is is fully set up for big rides,if can be ridden for more 300km without fault coding..

subframe braced



knocked up some raks





And have replaced it with this more reliable jap bike

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Old 04-28-2013, 06:42 AM   #1313
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Nothing
don't go
wiring loom is corroded
blown 3 map sensors

The good is is fully set up for big rides,if can be ridden for more 300km without fault coding..

subframe braced



knocked up some raks





And have replaced it with this more reliable jap bike

Hey Will,
Sorry to here about the 630 mate. It'll be a shame not taking her out to Birdsville next week after all that prep work.
Matt and I are heading off sparrows fart Saturday morning and hoping to get in late Sunday arvo should all things go well. We'll be taking a few extra days coming home via Camrons Corner etc. What day are you guys heading out?
Never done a trip like this before so not too sure what too expect... but can't wait to find out .
Look forward to catching up out there.
BTW the TTr has come up pretty good, for a 24 hr build.
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Old 04-28-2013, 01:45 PM   #1314
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Hey Will,
Sorry to here about the 630 mate. It'll be a shame not taking her out to Birdsville next week after all that prep work.
Matt and I are heading off sparrows fart Saturday morning and hoping to get in late Sunday arvo should all things go well. We'll be taking a few extra days coming home via Camrons Corner etc. What day are you guys heading out?
Never done a trip like this before so not too sure what too expect... but can't wait to find out .
Look forward to catching up out there.
BTW the TTr has come up pretty good, for a 24 hr build.
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Catch out there
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Old 05-14-2013, 07:01 PM   #1315
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Was thinking about some motard trim ,,

Anyone done got any info to share re costs , where to but , the good the bad ..

Busy lately and not getting to ride as much i feel a motard set up might be fun on some shirted rides - everyone says it is fun without having to be doing way over the limit
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Old 05-16-2013, 06:37 AM   #1316
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Some info for you.

http://www.enduro21.com/index.php/co...aberg-reunited


Husqvarna and Husaberg are to become one. Information has today been released confirming that Pierer Industries AG – the company that earlier this year acquired Husqvarna Motorcycles from BMW – and KTM Sportmotorcycles will reunite Husqvarna and Husaberg, under the brand Husqvarna.

Following much speculation regarding what Pierer Industrie AG’s plans were for Husqvarna, it is now clear that a new company – Husqvarna Sportmotorcyle GmbH – has been formed and that a new generation of Husqvarna models are already underway. These will bring together Husqvarna’s rich heritage with Husaberg’s start-of-the-art technology.
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Old 05-16-2013, 03:28 PM   #1317
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Some info for you.

http://www.enduro21.com/index.php/co...aberg-reunited


Husqvarna and Husaberg are to become one. Information has today been released confirming that Pierer Industries AG – the company that earlier this year acquired Husqvarna Motorcycles from BMW – and KTM Sportmotorcycles will reunite Husqvarna and Husaberg, under the brand Husqvarna.

Following much speculation regarding what Pierer Industrie AG’s plans were for Husqvarna, it is now clear that a new company – Husqvarna Sportmotorcyle GmbH – has been formed and that a new generation of Husqvarna models are already underway. These will bring together Husqvarna’s rich heritage with Husaberg’s start-of-the-art technology.
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NEW HUSQVARNA MODEL LINEUP TO BE PRESENTED IN OCTOBER
The new generation of Husqvarna models is already in progress: a new line-up, with brand new exclusive design and the latest technology is being developed and will be offered in the segments Enduro, Motocross and Sportminicycles. There will also be exciting, newly developed products in the Supermoto segment – one in which Husqvarna has enjoyed a lot of success in recent years.
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:12 PM   #1318
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Was thinking about some motard trim ,,

Anyone done got any info to share re costs , where to but , the good the bad ..

Busy lately and not getting to ride as much i feel a motard set up might be fun on some shirted rides - everyone says it is fun without having to be doing way over the limit
G'day stu, I have a motard set up for mine and its bloody fantastic. The thing sticks like glue to the tar also I did 800 ks of gravel road and was a hoot. Fuel economy went to another 50 ks out of standard tank . No downside at all. Mine is custom made to slot straight in and ride. I did the kit my self using the Honda cbr wheels( tubeless) machined bushes for the wheels, new rotor, Honda xr sproket etc. it's on the web somewhere. I'll try and find the site and post it. May even be interested in selling my setup, as I have the safari tank now and leave it in dirt trim. But deffinately worth the effort.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:32 PM   #1319
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Hi Guys,
Just a couple of photo's from the ride out to Birdsville and Big Red for Tugboat Bill's memorial.
It was a great tribute to the Man and a great ride in his honour. It was also great to put faces to so many (user) names.










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Old 05-16-2013, 11:37 PM   #1320
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Was thinking about some motard trim ,,

Anyone done got any info to share re costs , where to but , the good the bad ..

Busy lately and not getting to ride as much i feel a motard set up might be fun on some shirted rides - everyone says it is fun without having to be doing way over the limit
Here is the link to making your own motard wheels adapted to the TE 610 on the cheap.. can vouch for this set up ...its the dogs bollacks ...I have the cbr 600 r 3 spoke wheels... basically, you need a husky front rotor, an adaptor plate/spacer from rotor to honda wheel, this way you use existing callipers in original position, you also need 4 machined bushes [ 2 for each wheel] . the existing honda rear rotor will fit the husky no problem... and a honda xr rear sprocket will bolt straight on the honda wheel... i did this mod and I could not believe how true the wheels ran...My first attempt was a winner...I had a shit load of fun running down sports bikes in the twisties only thing is your speedo will run out a bit... I have a trail tech vapour and reprogrammed the wheel size from 21" to I think it wwas 17.75"... took me about 2 minutes http://motard-supermoto-wheels.sport...-info-pack.pdf



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