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Old 11-10-2009, 01:36 PM   #31
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I would hate to think the new bike gained 30 pounds.


Yeah...kind of hard to believe that isn't it?

Maybe the swingarm isn't just anodized black but is made of steel....
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Old 11-10-2009, 01:37 PM   #32
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Yeah...kind of hard to believe that isn't it?

Maybe the swingarm isn't just anodized black but is made of steel....
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and painted with Lead Based paint
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Old 11-10-2009, 01:53 PM   #33
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new double overhead cam set up...
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Old 11-10-2009, 05:54 PM   #34
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Technical specs

http://resmarket.com/husqvarna/images/10HusqTE630.pdf

Dimensions, Weight, Capacities
Wheelbase......................................... ............1485mm / 58.46 in
Overall length............................................ .....2260mm / 88.98 in
Overall width............................................. .......820mm / 32.28 in
Overall height............................................ .....1240mm / 48.82 in
Seat height............................................ ...........945mm / 37.20 in
Min. ground clearance.....................................300m m / 11.81 in
Trail............................................. .......................115mm / 4.53 in
Dry weight............................................ .......... 150Kg / 330.7 lbs.
Fuel tank capacity.....................................12L / 3.17 U.S. Gallons
Transmission oil.......................................... 2L / 2.11 U.S. Quarts
Engine
Type...................................... single cylinder, 4-stroke, 4V DOHC
Bore.............................................. .....................100mm / 3.94 in
Stroke............................................ ................... 76.4mm / 3.01 in
Displacement...................................... ..................600cc / 36.6 in
Compression ratio............................................. ................. 12.4:1
Starting.......................................... ................................... electric
Cooling........................................... ..........................liquid-cooled
Radiator.......................................... ..............two with electric fan
Timing system
Lubrication.................. wet-sump with oil pump & cartridge filter
Ignition.............. electronic, inductive discharge, w/digital control
Spark plug type .................................................. ...... NGK CR8EB
Spark plug gap................................. 0.7-0.8mm / 0.027-0.031 in
Fuel system............................................ . electronic injection feed
Throttle body.............................................. .............. MIKUNI D45
Clutch..................................... wet, multiplate; hydraulic actuated
Driving disc no................................................ ........................... 8
Driven disc no................................................ ............................ 7
Primary drive
Engine sprocket.......................................... ........................... 32T
Clutch gear.............................................. ............................... 75T
Transmission ratio............................................. ................. 2.343
Transmission type..................................constant mesh gear type
Speeds............................................ ........................................... 6
Internal ratios
.................................................. .......................1st 2,615 (34/13)
.................................................. ......................2nd 1,812 (29/16)
.................................................. ...................... 3rd 1,350 (27/20)
.................................................. ...................... 4th 1,091 (24/22)
.................................................. ...................... 5th 0,916 (22/24)
.................................................. ...................... 6th 0,769 (20/26)

Secondary drive
Countershaft sprocket.......................................... .................. 15T
Rear wheel sprocket.......................................... ..................... 42T
Transmission ratio............................................. ................. 2,800
Driving chain........................................... DID 520 V6 (5/8”x1/4”)
Overall ratios
.................................................. ................................. 1st 17,163
.................................................. ................................ 2nd 11,894
.................................................. ................................... 3rd 8,859
.................................................. ................................... 4th 7,159
.................................................. ................................... 5th 6,016
.................................................. ................................... 6th 5,048
Chassis
Main frame............................................. ..Steel single tube cradle
Sub-frame............................................. ........................aluminum
Front suspension.................................45mm Marzocchi Upside-
Down” with advanced axle; rebound stroke adjustment
Front wheel travel ........................................... 270mm / 10.63 in
Rear suspension........................... Progressive “Soft Damp” type
with single SACHS shock absorber; spring preload adjust,
compression and rebound adjustment (compression stroke:
double adjustment)
Reaer wheel travel............................................ . 320 mm / 12.6 in
Front brake...........disc with hydraulic control and floating caliper
Front brake disc diameter................................260mm / 10.24 in
Rear brake.................................. fixed disc with hydraulic control
and floating caliper
Rear brake disc diameter.................................. 220mm / 9.45 in
Front wheel rim............................................... 1.6 x 21 aluminum
Rear wheel rim..............................................a luminum 2.15 x 18
Front tire......... 90/90x21 PIRELLI MT 21/METZELER MCE Karoo
Rear tire.........140/80-18 PIRELLI MT 21/METZELER MCE Karoo
Electrical system............................................ ....................... 12 V
Head light .................................................. .................. 60 / 55 W
Pilot light .................................................. .............................5 W
Tail light............................................. ....................................LED
Stop light............................................. ................................21 W
Turn signals........................................... ..............................10 W
Battery........................................... ..............................12 V-14Ah
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:03 PM   #35
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Somehow it picked up 30 pounds - has to be more than the dual exhaust.
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:12 PM   #36
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wow they dropped the ball on this one.
same shitty airbox too.
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Old 11-10-2009, 06:30 PM   #37
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Nice looking bike but thinking about the weight my 610 is still my friend.

Kinda reminds me of all the hoopla when the 08 KLR was anounced. The 08 KLR, it seems to me, was 30 or 40 pounds heavier.
This 630 is a whole new and hopefully better design (easier vqlve checks with the 2 cam cover) but a bunch heavier none the less. Thirty pounds is close to the difference between my TE 450 and my 610 and believe me, I notice it.
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Old 11-10-2009, 07:03 PM   #38
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same shitty airbox too.
But they removed the lower intakes.
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Old 11-10-2009, 07:05 PM   #39
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My SCHWIIINNNGGGG!!!!!! Has turned to schwaanngggg..... :-(

Come on 300+ lb.s STILL?????? Pump the 530 up to 600cc's or more and we have gotten somewhere...
Damn, I really had hopes
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Old 11-10-2009, 08:49 PM   #40
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Noticed the picture above has a small tank under the air filter and rear brake reservoir where the clutch arm used to be. The cap is similar to the coolant tank on my '07.
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Old 11-10-2009, 09:19 PM   #41
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Dry weight 330.7 pounds. My DR650 is 324 pounds dry. I am interested in a lighter big thumper Mr Motorcycle Manufacturers. Fail.
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Old 11-11-2009, 03:32 AM   #42
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Dry weight 330.7 pounds. My DR650 is 324 pounds dry. I am interested in a lighter big thumper Mr Motorcycle Manufacturers. Fail.
There is no way your dr650 is 324 dry, unless you believe the specs. The husky on the other hand give accurate measurements.

The 610 of yesteryear was 140kgr dry exaclty.
The new one is 150kgr.
difference is 10kgs or 22 lbs.
loose the twin exhaust should you want, and the difference will drop at under 10lbs. No big deal.

PS the dr650 if I remember well is 160kgs true weight dry.
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Old 11-11-2009, 04:10 AM   #43
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Dry weight 330.7 pounds. My DR650 is 324 pounds dry. I am interested in a lighter big thumper Mr Motorcycle Manufacturers. Fail.
+1

If your going to spend around $9000 for the TE630, it better be lightweight. Looks like the 510 enduro would be a better choice, plus it has black wheels. What are the MSRP for all the Huskys?
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Old 11-11-2009, 06:18 AM   #44
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If your going to spend around $9000 for the TE630, it better be lightweight. Looks like the 510 enduro would be a better choice, plus it has black wheels. What are the MSRP for all the Huskys?
Fail, you want a lightweight bike, buy a lightweight bike. Any 600cc is not going to be "light". With light comes race specs and race maintenance. You choose. I soooo wanted a plated 450 until I realized the maintenance and the fact that I hate trailering my junk. So a big thumper is what I got.

450's and 510's are more spendy than the 610 IIRC and are more "race type" maintenance
09-10 TE450 MSRP $8299
09-10 TE510 MSRP $8599
09 TE610 MSRP $7999 (2010 630 price no out yet)
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Old 11-11-2009, 06:40 AM   #45
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There is no way your dr650 is 324 dry, unless you believe the specs. The husky on the other hand give accurate measurements.

The 610 of yesteryear was 140kgr dry exaclty.
The new one is 150kgr.
difference is 10kgs or 22 lbs.
loose the twin exhaust should you want, and the difference will drop at under 10lbs. No big deal.

PS the dr650 if I remember well is 160kgs true weight dry.

Define dry.....

The DR weighs 156kgs with all operating fluids except fluid. The claimed dry weight (a pretty useless number anyway) difference is in line with what that of other manufacturers.
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