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Old 02-23-2013, 06:13 PM   #24826
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Does the TE610 require a spacer also? Do not recall seeing mention of it so probably does not.
You are correct, no spacer required for the 610/630 Zstart Pro.
Good thing, because it be a tough one. Oil pump drive, filter etc.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:14 PM   #24827
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Does anyone else have this problem with 7602 radiator braces??



Bottom of front fender is hitting bottom of the radiator brace.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:45 PM   #24828
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Does anyone else have this problem with 7602 radiator braces??

Bottom of front fender is hitting bottom of the radiator brace.
Yes. How far are your tubes raised in the clamps?
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Old 02-23-2013, 10:49 PM   #24829
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the tubes are stock height. so they aren't raised at all..
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Old 02-24-2013, 03:03 AM   #24830
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The Motosportz guards rub too, but very little.
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:50 AM   #24831
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Looks good! Just need to change that fluid in the rear brake res. and you'll be all set. They use shit from the factory, it all turns black, but once you change it it will stay clear.
Maybe not, mine looks like that also but it's not black it's blue. Flushed with the best value in high quality brake fluid you can buy.
ATE Super Blue

Then next flush switch to their identical formula brake fluid but amber colored TYP200 Amber. Makes flushing so easy and no waste, you know exactly when the old stuff is purged as the color changes. Keep alternating back and forth. Comes in metal cans also to keep out moisture for a longer storage life also.

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Old 02-24-2013, 06:38 AM   #24832
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The Motosportz guards rub too, but very little.

i'd have to cut about over an inch off of my fender to make ot work
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:24 AM   #24833
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Could you remount the fender a little more forward?? Just re-drill holes to get the clearance?? Or hear gun and mold plastic a bit?? Motoz just touch, can't even feel it at all.

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Old 02-24-2013, 08:34 AM   #24834
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Btw uska, nice job on the tail light! Did you know Sicass makes a plug and play unit that's pretty bright ( led ) and really cleans up the back of the bike
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:49 AM   #24835
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"Does anyone else have this problem with 7602 radiator braces??"

Yes, mine rubbed on the 630. I rounded the offending corner of the braces with a small grinder or could use a file. I also added a couple of washers on the rear bolts of the fender mount. Lots of clearance now.

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Old 02-24-2013, 09:54 AM   #24836
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Winter needs to be over now. All done with the headlight, fatbar, BRP bar mount, bark buster, blinker/handguards, tail tidy, etc. Waiting for 14t yet.
Looking good! Needs to get dirty. Wait until a bit of a thaw, then hit the level B roads over in the Loess Hills. You will have more mud than you know what to do with!
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Old 02-24-2013, 11:46 AM   #24837
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Does anyone else have this problem with 7602 radiator braces?? Bottom of front fender is hitting bottom of the radiator brace.
Don't know about 7602, but I did have to trim the fender quite a bit to clear my Bulletproof Designs guards. Not a big deal to me.

Just use masking tape to make a nice, smooth, symmetrical line to trim to. If you're going for perfect, you'll probably have to go back and do it a few times, since the fender is bent by the contact. As the interference reduces, it unbends itself, making more interference.
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:31 PM   #24838
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Haven't talked to LB in a while. Hope he's not PO'd at me!
I think he got pissed off when I argued with him on if the the TE610 engine was stronger than a Suz DRZ 400 - I owned both concurrently and rode them both for different rides - my DRZ had the pumper carb and other upgrades.

I KNOW the TE610 kicked the Suz but LB thought not.

I made the mistake of saying that HIS 610 might of been a little sick and he got pissed off.

22,000 miles on my 610 and going strong.
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:50 PM   #24839
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Btw uska, nice job on the tail light! Did you know Sicass makes a plug and play unit that's pretty bright ( led ) and really cleans up the back of the bike
Thanks... And yeah, I've come across that light but I didn't really like it either... the price is pretty steep for this one but I think its money spent well due to the fact that it fit really nice and how bright it is.

About the fender/radiator problem.. Thanks on the input. I'm going to find out how much the fender is from the new huskies. Maybe I could make it fit and it solve this little problem, plus I really like the way the flatter ones look.

Another thing, while installing the light, I found out my rear fender is off to one side by maybe half a cm. Must've bend the rear sub-frame when I looped the bike. :(
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Old 02-24-2013, 04:51 PM   #24840
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I think he got pissed off when I argued with him on if the the TE610 engine was stronger than a Suz DRZ 400 - I owned both concurrently and rode them both for different rides - my DRZ had the pumper carb and other upgrades.

I KNOW the TE610 kicked the Suz but LB thought not.

I made the mistake of saying that HIS 610 might of been a little sick and he got pissed off.

22,000 miles on my 610 and going strong.
Oh, I remember...
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