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Old 01-10-2013, 07:58 AM   #3256
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Yup again. Only the LC4 supermoto wheels have one spacer that is too long, as they use a cast swingarm that is a bit wider. Basically any 620/625/660 LC4 wheel will fit, but NOT the 690, hub is too wide.
Speaking of cush hubs, mine just arrived! Nice work by Woody's.






I found it interesting RAD seems to be using a KTM sprocket carrier




























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Old 01-10-2013, 08:09 AM   #3257
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No that is not a KTM sprocket carrier


That looks NICE !!!!
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Old 01-10-2013, 08:10 AM   #3258
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I will be putting up a Complete KTM cush rear wheel in the Flea market Later today
Keep an eye out !!!
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Old 01-10-2013, 09:32 AM   #3259
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No that is not a KTM sprocket carrier
That looks NICE !!!!
I thought it might be because I have not seen the cast KTM 640 units and the sprocket carrier has stamped in it "KTM 640". Maybe that's just an identifier that it was for a LC4 640 originally?


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Old 01-10-2013, 10:12 AM   #3260
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Cush Hub

Mine is on its way from Rad. Hope to get it within the next 2 weeks
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Old 01-10-2013, 10:27 AM   #3261
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I will be putting up a Complete KTM cush rear wheel in the Flea market Later today
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Old 01-10-2013, 04:22 PM   #3262
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Hopefully, this'll fix my hard start / hard to keep running issue:




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Old 01-10-2013, 05:41 PM   #3263
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Old 01-11-2013, 01:21 AM   #3264
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I thought it might be because I have not seen the cast KTM 640 units and the sprocket carrier has stamped in it "KTM 640". Maybe that's just an identifier that it was for a LC4 640 originally?


Nice wheel Clif! Blue rims look sooooo good on the Berg, good that you kept it.

That is the standard RAD billet hub and sprocket carrier that they use to build all KTM 125-660 wheels. As you noted the KTM OEM carrier and hub are cast.
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:58 AM   #3265
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I am selling off extra parts that I gatherd up for my Berg 450 ( that I love!!)
My extra Cush wheel is in the Flea market
more to come!


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Old 01-13-2013, 03:36 AM   #3266
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Sounds interesting pRICK! Which oil adapter are you going with?
Lukas,

Hopefully I have a CPW adaptor on the way- I don't like saying I have one until it is in my hands. I will put a divider in the Force water tank and use half for oil and will end up with a 2.5 litre oil capacity. A modified K&N 81-1001 in-line filter will be mounted in the tool compartment of the Force bash plate.

Just have to work out how to carry luggage with the 15l Safari rear tank.

Does anyone have an online electrical diagram they can direct me to?

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Old 01-14-2013, 11:03 AM   #3267
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Speaking of cush hubs, mine just arrived! Nice work by Woody's.


Nice wheel cyborg, looking good! That should do the trick, saving you cash in the long run.

I have mine ordered from Woody as well, but in the opposite colors as yours. Blue hub, silver rim.
He did say that he could do a blue rim, but it would be an extra $70 for a custom anodizing since the blue exel he can get doesn't match the Husa blue. He said it's more of a darker blue with more purple in it. I didn't go that route to save a little cash.
The wheel should be here at the end of the week, about the same time my bike is done being fixed hopefully.

Speaking of, Malcolm Smith Motorsports said after a full tear down that my piston rings showed some signs of wear, but the rest of the engine looks great... They are replacing the rings, all the gaskets/seals and of course the counter shaft.
Bad timing financially for me, but I can't have the Husa sick and unrideable and will now have no leaks and an engine that's good to go for many miles.





BogeyMan, so did that fix your problem? How come the injector replacement?






Thanks Baja Dad... was a cold ride, camped in 20F weather... had a great time none the less, even though I was not riding the Husa and on a heavy 650GS with street tires. Worked out OK since I was able to be the pack mule for us, Nancy had fun on the little Honda! (the LRP)
Looking forward to getting back on The Mighty Husaberg!


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Old 01-14-2013, 05:28 PM   #3268
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BogeyMan, so did that fix your problem? How come the injector replacement
Finn,

Don't know. Haven't had to time to get into it yet. It's been too cold to work in the garage (and I barely have enough space too). What can I say, I'm a wuss

I've got the replacement seal set ready to go.

I bought the injector because it was relatively inexpensive ($150) and now I'll have one I can send off to be ultrasonically cleaned, and keep around as a spare.

I also picked up an adjustable clutch slave cylinder from Rekluse to go with my Core-EXP. This means I'll now be able to make trail side adjustments to the Rekluse without the need to remove the clutch cover.
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:20 PM   #3269
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Thanks Baja Dad... was a cold ride, camped in 20F weather... had a great time none the less, even though I was not riding the Husa and on a heavy 650GS with street tires. Worked out OK since I was able to be the pack mule for us, Nancy had fun on the little Honda! (the LRP)
Looking forward to getting back on The Mighty Husaberg!



Awesome pic!

Do you have a gpx track you can share?
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:06 PM   #3270
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Hopefully I have a CPW adaptor on the way- I don't like saying I have one until it is in my hands. I will put a divider in the Force water tank and use half for oil and will end up with a 2.5 litre oil capacity. A modified K&N 81-1001 in-line filter will be mounted in the tool compartment of the Force bash plate.
Hi Rick, where is this oil adapter you speak of on the CPW website? I don't see it so far. Any pictures?

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