Husaberg 70 Degree Owners Thread!

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by KayaKTM, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. toro618

    toro618 Been here awhile

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  2. Nowwhat

    Nowwhat I'll Go Second...

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    6'3" here.....hi bend bars...pivot pegs in the "low" position ...fits like a glove

    140 hours.....
  3. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    I've got a choice between the 2011 and a left over 2010. The 2010 is a great deal but the thought of not having to dick around with getting it plated is a bonus almost worth paying for I think. The new forks are an added bonus also:deal

    I haven't actually seen the bikes, I've been talking with a trusted Berg dealer about them. What did the 2010's come with for controls? What extra's did you need for the wiring to make it street legal?

    Thanks!
  4. Ink

    Ink Slave to the Needle

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    Start switch, head light/kill switch, thats it for stock controls on the 2010. Depending where you are, and your state requirements, you'll need a turn signal switch, which has high/low beam control, horn switch, and a horn, turn signals, and mirror, draw backs are new switch gear does not have a kill switch. What I have on mine is the high/low, horn, turn signal switch, which has the horn wired as the kill switch. What I've found was that just buying the turn signals and switch doesn't get you everything, you'll still need a wiring harness to connect the signals to the switch and power. You will not have a key, no big deal, but just thought you'd like to know. Here in Kentucky things are much easier, since you don't even need turn signals, I put them on because I wanted them, also, buying a KTM/Husaberg makes it even easier since the MSO looks like like what you'd see on any other street bike, mine did NOT say off road only. If you want to make things easy, buy the 2011. Good luck with whatever you decide.
  5. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    Thanks Ink! According to the dealer, the 2010 title reads "off road" , which makes it a bit more of a pain. We don't need turn signals in VT but I'll need them for Rallymoto events. Do you have a picture of the 2010 controls? Is it the good old European CEV Switch?
  6. tahoeacr

    tahoeacr Long timer

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    If you want to run the factory wiring/parts I have a list. There is a turn signal switch that bolts on the bottom of the stock(2010) left side control. Mine came with hi/lo/off light, horn, kill, on the left side bar. It's all plug and play. The only thing I would do is go aftermarket on the flasher. I ordered the stock one before I new the price, it was something like $53:eek1. I run LED turn signals in the front and the stock flasher works.

    wiring to add turn signals
    from page 7 parts book
    #29 50311029000 Flasher switch
    #28 0985040203 Screw 4x20mm
    #6 0934040003 hex nut 4mm
    #7 13011070060 Adapter for flasher switch
    #15 0084040223 Screw

    4 page 25

    #4 81211075030 wire harness flasher
    #5 59011081100 wire harness flasher rear
    #17 44611207200 flasher unit
    #18 58211031100 flasher unit bracket x 20mm
    59011080000 flasher wiring harness front
    58011024300 flasher indicator green
  7. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    Thanks Tahoe! So it is the CEV "berg" switch then. I've got the same set up on my Super Enduro, so I know what you mean about the turn signal rocker switch add on.

    Have you done any tuning on the FI yet? Would be nice to tweak a little better mileage out of it:lol3 I find I tend to get pretty good mileage because I'm steady on the throttle but it can always get better:lol3
  8. tahoeacr

    tahoeacr Long timer

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    Don't have a programmer yet. I am happy with whatever map is in my bike. I think it is the "Green" one as I bought the bike in the crate and have never changed it. I can get 93+ miles out of the stock tank doing singletrack, a few hillclimbs, sandwashes and basically not holding back. Never has flamed out and I have 2k+/90+hrs on her. I did play with her on the dyno and I will need to add fuel for the mods I want to do. I can see an easy 10 hp over stock:evil. SM guys in Eu are getting 70-80hp with head,cam, piston and such. I'll try to get a bung welded on for my wideband and see what I got. On the dyno it was 13.0 A/F.


  9. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    Wow, that seems pretty good. I read somewhere that they eliminated the 02 sensor in 2011? What did you get for HP on the dyno?
  10. tahoeacr

    tahoeacr Long timer

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    My 2010 didn't have the 02. Dynoed on a dynojet at 5k elevation. For an example(I always use the same dyno) my 990 stock with just FMF mufflers did 77hp. 49hp with stock muffler on the aggresive map. Took the seat off and it went up to 53 but 13.5 A/F ratio. I had heard they would get 2 hp by opening up the shrouds/seat junction, so I thought less just see what we get with no restriction to the filter. Got a DNA filter coming in the mail.
    [​IMG]

    And will do this seat mod since I seldom have to worry about water. I get either snow or dust around here.
    [​IMG]
    I put a Yoshimura muffler off of a 1000cc sport bike on it and it really woke it up.Going to test as many mufflers as I can get my hands on next dyno session.
  11. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    I'm glad you own one, you certainly know your stuff when it comes to FI.
    How do you like the stock system? Thank you very much for the info, much appreciated!
  12. tahoeacr

    tahoeacr Long timer

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    stock is great. I have no complants. I just hope I don't screw up the nice throttle:rofl. I have a problem with always wanting more power on anything I own. My wife wasn't happy(until she drove it) when I put a supercharger on our 2 month old boat:evil. Anyways, with my riding style I want a little more mid range and top end. I tend to short shift alot trail riding but want instant hit to pre-jump stuff when I see it.
  13. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    Yea, I can't ever leave well enough alone myself, so I understand:lol3
    Hey, did you ever use that MotoZ tire?
  14. tahoeacr

    tahoeacr Long timer

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    :lol3I still haven't. There still bundled together in the garage. After I bought the Berg I don't ride the 990 in the dirt. The Berg is street legal. I have thought about trying them on the Berg. It seems to have a tire issue. But everytime I look at them I just think how big a roost that tire will throw on the 990.
  15. Intrigue_262000

    Intrigue_262000 Did you see that wheelie?

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    I'm planning on pulling the trigger on a new bike before spring. Talk me out of a wr450 and into a Fe450.
  16. Tarheel Wheeler

    Tarheel Wheeler Around

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    2 words...FI. :lol3:lol3
  17. Intrigue_262000

    Intrigue_262000 Did you see that wheelie?

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    I agree. What's the honest opinions or a reliability comparison between the two? I will be plating it but it will mostly be used for a woods bike.
  18. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    I've heard great things about the WR and I've seen many with high hours and no problems. I've also been pleased to hear about how robust the new Bergs are and the fuel injection is pretty amazing out of the box. The throttle response seems to be the best part in my opinion. Obviously, I'm not helping you at all:lol3

    In all honesty, if the WR450 was fuel injected I would be buying one.
  19. crankshaft

    crankshaft Guns are for pussies

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    [​IMG]

    This is me last year on a rally stage:lol3 The tire shoots a pretty damn good roost as you can see.
  20. Intrigue_262000

    Intrigue_262000 Did you see that wheelie?

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    There are some awesome pics in that video! Great job! What tires are you running and are they DOT? Im sorta partial to the D606 but I like the looks of yours.