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Old 05-14-2013, 01:38 PM   #3661
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Put Jim's 630 on the dyno today and found some hp adding fuel with iBeat. Settings were 104/106/108 as purchased, our best numbers were 110/110/120. Has a full Leo ti system, PU kit, no airbox baffle. It was popping on decel at 104, 110 made on/off low rpm throttle smoother and fixed the pop. Looks like the full Leo sys makes about +1hp over my FMF slip on.






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Old 05-15-2013, 09:35 AM   #3662
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/KTM-MX-MXC-1...a440c9&vxp=mtr

will these work for fork bleeders?
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Old 05-16-2013, 05:10 AM   #3663
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Put Jim's 630 on the dyno today and found some hp adding fuel with iBeat. Settings were 104/106/108 as purchased, our best numbers were 110/110/120. Has a full Leo ti system, PU kit, no airbox baffle. It was popping on decel at 104, 110 made on/off low rpm throttle smoother and fixed the pop. Looks like the full Leo sys makes about +1hp over my FMF slip on.
So +1hp over your bike with Power Commander? or prior to your mapped PC?


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Yes, M4 x 0.7mm is what you need.

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Old 05-16-2013, 05:30 AM   #3664
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+1 over my FMF/PC-V combo. These pulls were 6 months apart, sometime I'll do them back to back. Our uncorrected are pretty close but it was 20deg cooler for my bike. I'm not surprised a Leo full ti system is better than a slip-on. I did the FMF for the weight loss more than power.

And remember, until Tuesday my FMF bike had more power than the full Leo bike...







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Old 05-16-2013, 06:27 PM   #3665
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Alternate Gear-Shift lever

Does anyone know of a good alternate Gear-Shift level for a TE630? The tip of mine is severly mangled and the rest of it is not looking great either.
The current length of the Gear-Shift lever seems fine to me but I will also be replacing the footpegs with either Fastways or Pivot Pegz in the near future. Any thoughts?

UPDATE: No responses so I ended up ordering one of these https://www.hdmoto.com/ProductDetail...ductCode=ST20W and some Pivot pegz. I'll post up about how it all fits together. There is a member over on CafeHusky (Husky 666) who is selling footpeg relocation brackets if I need some more room to shift (the pivot pegz being larger than the stockers).

UPDATE 2: So I fitted the Hammerhead tip to the TE630 yesterday. The pin in the Hammerhead tip is thicker than the stock so I had to drill out the stock shifter to get it to fit and add a couple of extra washers to set the tip right. The stock shifter tip is riveted on so I had to drill out the rivet. I re-used the stock spring, the hammerhead spring was just to hard to fit. Overall it seems to work really well and gives me quite a bit more toe room to shift. These tips are on sale right now from the link above $14.99 so if you need one act quick.

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Old 06-08-2013, 05:19 PM   #3666
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Man, I think this is the slowest thread in Thumpers. Did everyone sell theirs?

I recently bought a 630 from an inmate here but haven't really had the opportunity to ride it in the dirt just yet. My schedule is extremely busy but hopefully I'll be able to get out regularly starting in the next few weeks. I'm coming off a Wr250R and a 530exc. Hopefully the 630 comes close to doing everything both those bikes did albeit with some compromises.

Here it is when I brought it home


After a couple of modifications


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Old 06-08-2013, 06:47 PM   #3667
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nice transformation..

How do you like it in comparison to the other two mentioned?

Did you purchase new white side panels? Have the black ones available or the rear rack?
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Old 06-08-2013, 06:51 PM   #3668
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Trav72, that's a really nice looking 630, but she's evidently not the dirty kind of girl, or is she?
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Old 06-08-2013, 07:20 PM   #3669
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nice transformation..

How do you like it in comparison to the other two mentioned?

Did you purchase new white side panels? Have the black ones available or the rear rack?
I'm not sure yet. My riding on it has been limited up to this point. But so far I like the power and it's comfortable. I'm trying to get the weight down close to where my WRR was before I take it in the woods.

No it was all plasti-dip. That wouldn't last 5 minutes in the woods so I pealed it all off. Was sort of a pain the ass. I do still have the rear rack. I'm not sure if I want to keep it or not.

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Trav72, that's a really nice looking 630, but she's evidently not the dirty kind of girl, or is she?
Not yet. But she'll get dirty soon enough. I might even try some hare scrambles and/or enduros like I did on my WRR.

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Old 06-13-2013, 09:34 AM   #3670
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Man, I think this is the slowest thread in Thumpers. Did everyone sell theirs?
Like most things on ADVrider people posts are either mods, questions, concerns, comparisons, or complaints. I think most here (630/610 owners) love their bikes and they tend to be well sorted. That being said were probably out riding and will be back later.
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:46 AM   #3671
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Like most things on ADVrider people posts are either mods, questions, concerns, comparisons, or complaints. I think most here (630/610 owners) love their bikes and they tend to be well sorted. That being said were probably out riding and will be back later.

^^ This.

The 610/630 section on cafe husky is a little stronger. More detail, more international. This thread started out as an info thread on the new model and morphed into an owners thread. Just about everyone is over on the other forum as well.
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:12 PM   #3672
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Like most things on ADVrider people posts are either mods, questions, concerns, comparisons, or complaints. I think most here (630/610 owners) love their bikes and they tend to be well sorted. That being said were probably out riding and will be back later.
Yeah I figured. I was being more or less facetious. Some of the other threads, such as the WRR one, are filled with the same questions, mods, etc. over and over and over.

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^^ This.

The 610/630 section on cafe husky is a little stronger. More detail, more international. This thread started out as an info thread on the new model and morphed into an owners thread. Just about everyone is over on the other forum as well.
Yes, I check that section daily. I get excited when I see a new post in the 630 pic thread. Speaking of pics (great segue huh?) I mounted a 606 rear, MT21 front with a pair of lightweight motion pro rim locks. I'll be taking it on its first dirt ride this weekend. I'll post up my thoughts (and maybe some pics/vids) on the 630 compared to my 530 and WRR.



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Old 06-13-2013, 01:32 PM   #3673
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Good tire combo. I'm finally going D606 for the rear as well, worn out three of the T63's. They're just a tad small.

The MT21 front has a LOT of fans, as does the Scorpion Rally. After 3K on rally I've put a thousand miles on the Michelin Desert and it's a great tire off, not as good on, but the smallish knobs that make it so good off are wearing and rounding off a LOT at this stage of wear. For its cost I'm not that thrilled. Next I'm going back to the rally - it's nearly as good off, better on, and wears really well. Every 606 front I've seen is cupped like a mofo.


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Old 06-13-2013, 02:49 PM   #3674
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That looks good.
Here i am bolting stuff on and turning it into a big bulky bugger.
Are you going to put a bashplate on before you offroad it?
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:57 PM   #3675
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That looks good.
Here i am bolting stuff on and turning it into a big bulky bugger.
Are you going to put a bashplate on before you offroad it?
Thanks. The less weight on the bike, the better it is for the type of riding I do. But everyone's needs vary. I do need to to get a bash plate and it's next on the list. But where ill be riding this weekend has a lot of sand so I should be ok. Fingers crossed anyway.
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