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Old 09-20-2012, 04:45 PM   #2791
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Me too (mine, that is ).

What pipe is that you've got? I'm pretty content with the stock pipe ('specially since it has the required USFS spark arrestor in it) but I keep thinking about getting a pipe... I'm running out of farkles

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Old 09-20-2012, 07:03 PM   #2792
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Old 09-22-2012, 08:36 AM   #2793
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2011 570s. 93 hrs original black pump still going strong. Only problem I had was the check valve in the gas cap.

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Old 09-22-2012, 08:46 AM   #2794
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Me too (mine, that is ).

What pipe is that you've got? I'm pretty content with the stock pipe ('specially since it has the required USFS spark arrestor in it) but I keep thinking about getting a pipe... I'm running out of farkles

On another note, I rode the RR200 last weekend and had a blast (saturday's "Adventure" is here: http://adventures.garmin.com/en-US/b...-1-2012-09-15#). I was running the MT-43 rear and by my estimation it was the most popular tire in use. It coped pretty well with just about everything. What I didn't like was the RallyCross front I had on. Any other recommendations on front tire from the peanut gallery?
Hey, I was at the RR200 last week, that was a cool ride. Run the MT43 myself, great tire. I asked a few guys there what front tire they were using. The Perelli Scorpion was popular..

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Old 09-23-2012, 05:53 PM   #2795
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Just had a good weekend of riding with a new Michelin T63. Nice to have some traction back there again...(didn't realize how toast my stock bridgestone was). This tire is not as tall as the Bridegstone (or maybe it was the size I got...although I got the same tire size as Cyborg), so I'm now able to plant my feet with a little more ease at those important moments...so I'm appreciating this unexpected benefit of the tire.
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Old 09-28-2012, 09:03 AM   #2796
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My bike has been at Bazzaz Performance for a little while so they could develop a plug and play module for our Husabergs.
I now have the ability to switch between two fuel maps, on the fly, and also modify these maps on my computer.
I'm stoked to have this added ability, for me the two maps will be one for more power, one for better fuel milage. I'm going to go hit the trails soon and will follow up with some more insight to what this system does for the Husa. I haven't changed the two maps Bazzaz made, I wanted to go check them out before messing with one of them to get better fuel economy, but I did back them up to my Mac. The maps from Bazzaz has one for best performance with the ignition timing switch in normal, one is for nest performance with the ignition switch in Wild mode.

While it was away at Bazzaz, my bike also took a trip to FMF for them to refine the fitment of their exhaust systems on our Husa's. Again, once I get more seat time I'll comment on the new Powercore 4 I now have.


I have invited Jason, the mad scientist behind this tuning to shed some insight on what they did, and what they found on the Husa. Hopefully I'll get the Dyno report soon too.




















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Old 09-28-2012, 11:02 AM   #2797
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After killing my OEM Yuassa battery on my very first ride, trying to start a bike locked up because of the bad black topped fuel pump, I replaced it with a Shorai battery. As I get ready to move out west, CO, and plan on riding solo quite a bit, I was contemplating buying a lightweight 4 Cell Lithium battery to carry with me as a back up. A 4 cell Ballistic Parts Evo2, http://www.ballisticparts.com/produc...ries/4cell.php 4 cell battery weighs less than a pound, puts out 135CCA and would fit easily in my KLIM backpack. Overly cautious, or a good idea for a bike w/o a kick start and the inability to bump start, (Rekluse clutch)?
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Old 09-28-2012, 11:06 AM   #2798
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I trust my Shorai to get me home when I'm far out there solo, I even charge my iPhone and camera batteries at camp off of it in the evenings.
Personally, I'm trying to reduce weight in my backpack as much as possible for long haul multi day/week rides, it adds stress to my back and butt so I wouldn't carry a spare battery, but I don't have a Rekluse.
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:17 PM   #2799
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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.
My 09 570 has 5,200 miles with only a fuel injector replacement a year and a half ago.

Knock on wood, fuel pump is still good.
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Old 09-29-2012, 03:27 AM   #2800
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Well my dealer told me to put anti-seize on the 6 x large screws that hold the black subframe rails on (under the seat). He said that if they stick, you are screwed...

I'm going to do it tomorrow morning, anyone else got any ideas of places I should stick the anti-seize or horror stories they want to share about getting their screws stuck?

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Old 09-29-2012, 05:12 AM   #2801
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I trust my Shorai to get me home ...
Don't depend on it for very long at all, because IT WILL FAIL YOU
Absorbed Glass Mat Batts is the only way to go for dependability and/or longevity IMHO
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Old 09-29-2012, 07:04 AM   #2802
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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.
3,800 miles and the only repair needed thus far was to replace the water pump seal. Oh, and a gas tank that was replaced under warranty (make sure you remove the ball valve in the gas cap if you are going to be riding tight single track). No problems with the fuel pump. No valve adjustment needed yet.
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Old 09-29-2012, 07:13 AM   #2803
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Maintenance Free Battery for FS 570

Hi Everyone,

Could someone please recommend a maintenance free battery for the Husaberg FS570... something that doesn't need a battery tender, reliable and has extra cranking power... i'm not so much concerned about cost as I am on reliability and less hassle...

Thanks in advance,

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Old 09-29-2012, 07:28 AM   #2804
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Hi Everyone,

Could someone please recommend a maintenance free battery for the Husaberg FS570... something that doesn't need a battery tender, reliable and has extra cranking power... i'm not so much concerned about cost as I am on reliability and less hassle...

Thanks in advance,

ARWB

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Old 09-29-2012, 08:06 AM   #2805
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Problem after replacing fuel pump

My 2011 570 just had the fuel pump replaced under warranty. It's an unusual situation because the Husaberg dealer that I bought the bike from (Champion KTM/Husaberg in Las Vegas) went out of business. Carter Powersports picked up KTM, but not Husaberg. After having the dreaded fuel pump problems, I was able to convince Husaberg to allow Carter Powersports to replace the fuel pump under warranty. Husaberg sent the new fuel pump and fuel filters to Carter, and they've installed them.

Only now, Carter is telling me that the bike running very lean, has no power, and won't keep running at idle. I've been out of town for the last 2 weeks while Carter has had the bike. On the phone, they've told me that they have tried suggestions identified by Husaberg, but that nothing has worked and that the bike should be re-mapped - but they don't have access to the Husaberg maps (I guess they have the tool but not the correct software).

The bike was running fine before taking it in for the fuel pump issue (other that not wanting to start after the fuel was hot). I'm not sure why the fuel mapping should have gone wacky just from replacing the pump. I'm heading over to Carter later today to try to understand what's going on in more detail, but thought I would ask here for any suggestions or other things to look for.

Thanks for any suggestions or tips as to what might be causing the problem...
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