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Old 09-17-2012, 08:33 PM   #2761
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Ok, I have read thru this whole thread twice in the last year and know the information is in here somewhere but can't seem to find it now that I need it.

What are the spare wires for/do behind the headlight of the 2011 FE 570? Are any of them "accessory" plugs? Two wires down by the head tube with clear caps look promising. I am a wiring and electrical noob.

Want to be able to wire in some grip warmers and maybe figure how to get a USB port in there also to charge the phone and IPad.
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Old 09-17-2012, 08:48 PM   #2762
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Ok, I have read thru this whole thread twice in the last year and know the information is in here somewhere but can't seem to find it now that I need it.

What are the spare wires for/do behind the headlight of the 2011 FE 570? Are any of them "accessory" plugs? Two wires down by the head tube with clear caps look promising. I am a wiring and electrical noob.

Want to be able to wire in some grip warmers and maybe figure how to get a USB port in there also to charge the phone and IPad.

I have the FE570s ..street legal and there are still wires up front that are connected to nothing... including two wires with clear caps on them.. I know that is zero help,,, but be careful and hopefully someone will post an actual helpful answer soon
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Old 09-17-2012, 08:52 PM   #2763
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If you have a 70 degree subframe fuel tank, Cyborg did this with an agri supply tool tube:

Post #2337 on this thread.


Sorry to change the subject... But Is that the ktm tail light assembly? The one on my fs looks completely different
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Old 09-17-2012, 09:53 PM   #2764
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Sorry to change the subject... But Is that the ktm tail light assembly? The one on my fs looks completely different

It's the stock OEM taillight that came with my 2011 FE390. It is a dual-element LED and after I added all the other dual-sport lighting package (harness, brake switches, etc) it works great, but pretty minimalist.

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Old 09-18-2012, 12:27 PM   #2765
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I like that tail section a lot more than the one that came on my 2011 fs570. Looks like I will be searching for some berg/ktm parts real soon... Now I feel like my bike is the ugly duckling :sad.
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Old 09-18-2012, 02:02 PM   #2766
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I like that tail section a lot more than the one that came on my 2011 fs570. Looks like I will be searching for some berg/ktm parts real soon... Now I feel like my bike is the ugly duckling :sad.
ambre_OWNZ, your taillight/blinkers looks like the one that come on official "street legal" FE/FS Husaberg kits. My 390 was sold as a "dirt" offroad-only version and converted by me to street-legal and turns out the dirt version of the taillight assy is in fact a dual-element (brake/running) taillight so I left it. My blinkers cam from Sicass Racing for example. Your setup will definitely be seen better in traffic when dual-sporting it.
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Old 09-18-2012, 02:17 PM   #2767
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IMO - the nicest tail assembly comes from Paul Williams aka PW_Garfield. It's uses the stock Euro sub-fender with a special LED light, super compact and it includes a license plate light unlike the Euro tail light that Cyborg uses (our Euro bikes actually have a second big ass ugly piece hanging off the tail that has a plate light on it). This is required to be street legal in a lot of countries (in Europe it even needs "E" markings on it), and I swapped mine out for that reason.

He sells them on all the forums and Ebay, about the same money as the Euro parts.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Husaberg-FE-...item2ec088975f

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Old 09-18-2012, 03:51 PM   #2768
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Quick up date:
I should have my Bash Plate in two weeks
Also getting closer on the Oil cooler.


PS,
I would like to get a FE 570 rear sec with that storage compartment.
anyone have one????
I have a FX 450 rear I can trade ??????????????
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Old 09-18-2012, 05:53 PM   #2769
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Have any of you had any issues of your fuel pump not working when the bike is still hot? Rode it for about an hour then shut it off to get some fuel, tried to start it back up but the fuel pump wouldn't kick on. So I let it sit for about 45 minutes and it fired up. It's still under warranty so I'm bringing it in tomorrow, just wondering if anyone else has come across that problem like I have
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Old 09-18-2012, 06:58 PM   #2770
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Have any of you had any issues of your fuel pump not working when the bike is still hot? Rode it for about an hour then shut it off to get some fuel, tried to start it back up but the fuel pump wouldn't kick on. So I let it sit for about 45 minutes and it fired up. It's still under warranty so I'm bringing it in tomorrow, just wondering if anyone else has come across that problem like I have
Not trying to sound like a jerk but I think there are a bunch of guys that have. I think there must be at least 20 pages dedicated to this issue. Bad fuel pump. Dealer should replace it with a black topped one? Tight tolerances in pump. Hot fuel and bike make it seize after getting shut off. Have to let it cool. Keep blipping the starter and listening for the fuel pump whirl. No whirl equals no start.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:00 PM   #2771
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Sorry, see that you just joined.

The search tab and google are your friend!

Welcome to ADVrider from another noob.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:27 PM   #2772
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My 2011 is in the shop right now getting the fuel pump replaced on warranty...
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:32 PM   #2773
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Have any of you had any issues of your fuel pump not working when the bike is still hot? Rode it for about an hour then shut it off to get some fuel, tried to start it back up but the fuel pump wouldn't kick on. So I let it sit for about 45 minutes and it fired up. It's still under warranty so I'm bringing it in tomorrow, just wondering if anyone else has come across that problem like I have
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:36 PM   #2774
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Mine ate 3 too, makes me smile everytime I read that a guy won't buy any bike without FI. Just saw that posted a few minutes ago in fact.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:49 PM   #2775
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Mine too

My 2011 is also in the shop at the moment getting a bad fuel pump replaced.
Maybe the question should be: Who hasn't had a fuel pump issue...

I'm kind of suprised there wasn't an official recall.
It's a fantastic bike thou, would buy it again tomorrow. But it does rub the wrong way to have such a universal issue with such a $$$ bike.
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