Husky TR650 - New Owners Stupid Questions Thread

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by HighFive, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. New2

    New2 Stillriding

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    Cool thanks

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  2. HighFive

    HighFive Never Tap-Out

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    This is a link index for ideas that are simply brilliant!

    Thought I would create some space to gather some of the coolest ideas which have been seen, or posted in this Thread. Ideally, its limited to the type of stuff that make you say, "why didn't I think of that?" Solutions that are not only handy, but cleverly cheap. Stuff you can often do yourself using spare stuff already laying around the shop. Might seem a little redundant, but it won't hurt nothing. Just looking to gather the more "unique" ideas which are especially effective.

    If you think something is worthy of making the list, send me a PM. Remember, the emphasis is on cleverly cheap.

    Here is the first example:

    During the recent SLAP2014 ADV Rally in Arkansas, I got to meet TRZCharlie and see his Terra setup. I saw something simply brilliant! He attached small fender bags to his rack space like this:

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    I had this spare Wolfman fender bag sitting on a shelf....unused for several years now. And, its perfect for holding a spare tube and/or tire irons. But I don't like carrying it on my front fender, for several reasons. So, it wasn't getting used EVER.

    Placing it over the saddle bag racks in this position is a fantastic solution, in a space that is out of the way and otherwise never gets used. It immediately had me saying, "why didn't I think of that?"

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    AND, it frees up much needed space from my tailbag, box, etc.....wherever you happen to be carrying spare tubes. Its a game changer, I'm telling you. Now, I just need to acquire a 2nd bag for the other side. It sure got me thinking outside the box. If you believe its ugly and ruins the refined appearance, you might be under-utilizing your bike's intended capabilities. But what do I know?

    Here are a couple more examples, I've seen and applied:

    BigDog's Tail Support.......simply brilliant!

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    HighFive's Highway Pegs......if I have to explain why, you probably wouldn't understand.

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    BlaiseW Front Rotopax Mount


    More to come,

    HF
  3. HighFive

    HighFive Never Tap-Out

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  5. Blaise W

    Blaise W Been here awhile

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    I'm not sure about brilliant, but I got a lot of positive comments on my recent Utah ride where we needed extra gas and water. Rotopax mounted to crash bars. weight low and not all on the rear end.
    [​IMG]. Oops, should have been a PM. Like I said, the brilliant part is in question.
  6. HighFive

    HighFive Never Tap-Out

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    Hhhhmmm.....I never thought of that. :hmmmmm

    So, I guess I'll allow it. Very unusual and unique solution.

    Got to start somewhere, eh?

    HF :thumbup
  7. spidermann

    spidermann nutcase

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    I like this Blaise. Can you show us how you attached the mount bracket?
  8. hasenpfeffer

    hasenpfeffer Been here awhile

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  9. Chuffa

    Chuffa TR650 Terra

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    Well my throttle body looks like most of the others which have been dusted. What's the best way of cleaning all that muck out?
  10. HighFive

    HighFive Never Tap-Out

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    Wipe it down using a rag with some carb-cleaner (any brand). Be careful not to drop any debris past the flapper while cleaning (obviously). But the grime should wipe away fairly easy this way.

    HF
  11. 27rich

    27rich roughing it :)

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    would like to figure this out as well Charlie. might even look and ask questions on a yamaha forum or just a regular post in Thumpers or in the specific wr thread. when I owned the XTZ people swapped the entire front end with newer suspension from a 450 wheel and all by just machining down the head stem. this might be another option.
  12. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    What I am going for is max adjustability. The WR forks are already the correct diameter. What I don't know is the length of the tubes. I need to find that out for certain.
  13. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    Husqvarna TR650 (Terra and Strada) resource thread index


    Below you will find links to the TR650 Thread index. This index will allow you to find specific references to "How To's", The TR650 Terra/Strada OEM and Interchangeable Parts Index, The TR650 Terra/Strada "Simply Brilliant Ideas" section and other valuable information.]

    LINKED THREAD INDEX - PART A - CLICK HERE

    LINKED THREAD INDEX - PART B - CLICK HERE.

    LINKED THREAD INDEX - PART C - CLICK HERE

    OEM AND INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS INDEX - PART 1 - CLICK HERE

    OEM AND INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS INDEX - PART 2 - RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION - CLICK HERE

    OEM AND INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS INDEX - PART 3 - RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION - CLICK HERE

    "SIMPLY BRILLIANT IDEAS "FOR THE TR650 TERRA/STRADA" - PART 1 - CLICK HERE

    "SIMPLY BRILLIANT IDEAS "FOR THE TR650 TERRA/STRADA" - PART 2 - RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION - CLICK HERE

    "SIMPLY BRILLIANT IDEAS "FOR THE TR650 TERRA/STRADA" - PART 3 - RESERVED FOR FUTURE EXPANSION - CLICK HERE

    TR650 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - TORQUE, VALVE CLEARANCE, OIL RECOMMENDATIONS & SPARK PLUG INFORMATION - CLICK HERE

    NM TO FOOT#'S CONVERTER - CLICK HERE

    CAFE HUSKY THREADS - CLICK HERE (OFF SITE)

    OFFICIAL WIKI - CLICK HERE (OFF SITE)

    LEGEND:

    LIGHT BLUE = SECTIONS
    RED = TR650 REQUIRED READING
    ORANGE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    YELLOW = INSTRUCTABLES

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    LINKED THREAD INDEX "PART A"

    KNOWN ISSUES

    Problems with the engine dying due to lean tuning - See "Driveability Issues"
    Air box dirt infiltration - See "Intake Pod Mod and 3D printed part fixes"
    Overheating - See "Cooling"
    Swing Arm retains water - See "Maintenance/Ease of Maintenance"
    Rear Fender breakage - See "Ergonomics/Body Mods and Farkles"
    Rear Luggage Rack Prone to breakage - See "Ergonomics/Body Mods and Farkles"
    Bikes ECU not MOSS Flashed prior to delivery - See "Driveability Issues"

    INSTRUCTABLES AND INFORMATIONAL POSTS

    AIR BOX/FILTER MODIFICATIONS

    AIR BOX AND FILTER FLAWS - PICTURES OF RESULTING DUST INSIDE THE AIR BOX - SEE "SEALING THE AIR BOX" BELOW

    POD MOD AIR BOX/AIR FILTER MODIFICATION

    Quirky's Parts list for Njoytheride's POD MOD AIR FILTER MOD

    Riding Donkeys Parts list for the Pod Mod (note that since Ebay is always in flux so the parts as listed may change)

    Air Box bottom showing mods for the UniPod air filter modification

    Step by step POD MOD Air Filter/Air Box Modification

    Crank Case Breather Relocation. Best done in conjunction with the POD MOD

    Pod Mod Pre-filter Assembly

    Using the Pod Mod and the results of 1000 miles of dusty roads. See the results

    3D PARTS PRINTING AND FIX FOR AIR BOX/AIR FILTER MODIFICATION

    Parts List for High 5's 3d Air Box/Air Filter Mod - Comprehensive list of parts and supplies required to do the "3d Printing fix - This is the one you need to order your parts!

    Parts list for Am.E's 3d Air Box/Air Filter Mod - 3d Parts List and Ordering Information - Part 2

    Air Box/Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 1

    Air Box Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 2

    Air Box/Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 3

    Air Box/Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 4

    Air Box/Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 5

    Air Box/Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 6 FINAL

    Air Box/Filter 3d Printing Fix - Australian Version for parts availability in Country

    Post 3d Mod installation inspection (To confirm a clean air box)


    SEALING THE AIR BOX

    Air Box Seal Fix - Part 1

    Air Box Seal fix - Part 2

    Air Box Seal Fix - Australian Version for in country parts availability

    Adhesive Information for installation of 3d Parts

    Post 3d Fix Test Run and Air Box Inspection

    Air box sealing, another approach

    LEAN STUMBLE SOLUTIONS

    Wuka King Addresses Lean Stumble

    BM-Afxied Addresses Lean Stumble - Post 3248

    Booster Plug - Addresses Lean Stumble - Post 390, Post 469, Post 596, Post 600, Post 634

    Wuka King -Addresses Lean Stumble

    Eruption Mod Addresses Lean Stumble - Off Site at Cafe Husky

    Power Commander User Programmable ECU - Addresses Lean Stumble

    Power Commander install - Off site at "Cafe Husky".com

    AIT Relocation to fix Lean Stumble
    AIT Relocation to fix Lean Stumble additional information


    IGNITION/TRANSPONDER BYPASS FIX - NOTE**** DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK**** READ THIS -->THREAD RESPONSE FIRST


    This ignition/transponder bypass fix negates the need for a "chipped" key to operate the ECU and run the engine. Instead it allows the use of a simple key blank keyed to your bikes ignition thus avoiding EWS errors (lock out).


    MISCELLANEOUS


    ECU Reset Procedure - Off Site at Cafe Husky

    Heated Grips & installation - "M" Button (Cockpit Display) - Post 880

    "S" Button (Cockpit Display) - Post 897

    Barbeque Radiator/Oil Line Rock Guard - Post 326, Post 372, Post 275

    Radiator Protection (DIY) - Post 917

    Rear Fenderectomy - Removing the license plate holder because of rear fender breakage, License Plate Holder (Removal), Post 233, Post 235, Post 245

    Side Stand (Fat Foot/Side stand switch elmination) - Post 111, Post 139, Post 211, Post 273, Post 412, Post 802, Post 804, Post 805, Post 807, Post 855, Post 855

    Quirkys Foot Peg Modification/Relocation

    Alignment (Chain) - Post 1673

    Safari Gas Tank Install "HOW TO" - Post 2653

    Oil Tank Drain Line Fix - Post 2106, Post 2171, Post 2846

    Cannisterectomy - (How to remove it) - Post 175, Post 197, Post 826, Post 827, Post 1232

    Body Panel Removal (how to) - Post 189

    Catalytic Converter (Removal) - Post 2501 (complete removal "how to", Post 1635, Post 1663

    Swingarm (Water inside) - Post 877, Post 885

    Torque Table (Fasteners on your bike) - Torque Table - Post 2266) Also, see "Specifications" in Part A

    Valve Check/Valve Adjustment - Post 1130,
    Post 1132, Post 1231, Post 1261, High 5's Valve Adjustment "How To" Part 1, High 5's Valve Adjustment "How To" Part 2, High 5's Valve Adjustment "How To" Part 3,Big Dogs method of honing down Valve Shims for reuse, Source for valve shims for the TR650

    Fork Seal Replacement "How to" - PART 1, PART 2, PART 3, PART 4, Fork Spacer Retention "TIP", Fork oil depth

    Fork Seal Replacement - Step by Step" How to" - Post 2814

    Sag (setting bike Sag properly) - Post 716, Post 728

    Fuel Tank Check Valve Fix Part 1 "How To" - Post 1695, Fuel Tank Check Valve Part 2 "How To" - Post 1698

    Dash "S" button Repair - Off Site at Cafe Husky "How To" (scroll to the #17 response)

    Highway Pegs Installation

    COOLING

    Coolant - Post 423, Post 424, Post 427, Post 429, Post 432, Post 436, Post 445, Post 3850 - Zip Ty HF+ Coolant

    Coolant Expansion Tank Cap (NOTE* CHECK THIS) - Post 1827

    Radiator Cap (Possible Problem) - Post 1312, Post 1313, Cafe Husky Posts

    Additional Radiator Fan Installation to help with cooling - "How To"

    CONTROLS

    Headlight brightness and aiming - Post 1746, Post 1748

    Heated Grips & installation - Post 1879, Post 1884, Post 1901

    Instability/Wander/Weave - Post 674, Post 676, Post 680, Post 681

    Kaoko Cruise Control Throttle Lock - Post 178, Post 489, Post 500

    Key/Proximity/Smart/EWS - Post 991, Post 1030, Post 1041, Post 1046

    Cockpit Speedometer and Diagnostic Display Buttons (How to change display values) - Post 896, "M" Button (Cockpit Display) - Post 880, Post 371, Post 456, Post 470, Post 472, "S" Button (Cockpit Display) - Post 897

    ABS - Post 828, Post 829, Post 830

    Replacement Clutch Cable Part Number and BMW interchange part number


    DRIVEABILITY ISSUES

    Lean Stumble/Idle Issues Discussion and Resolutions

    Idle Issue - Post 131, Post 132

    MOSS/Flash/ECU - Post 248, Post 389, Post 391, Post 634, Post 785, Post 786, Post 788

    IAT Spoofer (you may need this to solve lean stumble issues) - Post 1273, Post 1274, Post 1275, Post 1330, Post 1334, Post 1338, Post 1339, Post 1340, Post 1341, Post 469

    Steering Stabilizers (possible install, information and discussion)
    Post 2290, Post 2295, Post 2297, Post 2308, Post 3024 - GPR Stabilizer Install

    CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE "LINKED THREAD INDEX - PART B"

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  14. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    LINKED THREAD INDEX "PART B"

    CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO PART A

    LEGEND:

    LIGHT BLUE = SECTIONS
    RED = TR650 REQUIRED READING
    ORANGE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    YELLOW = INSTRUCTABLES

    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS

    Alternator (Available Power for accessories) - Post 375,Post 3223,Post 3232

    Battery - Post 851, Post 852, Post 2693 - (Stock Battery Info.),
    Post 2789 - Shorai Battery that fits TR650's, Post 2911 - Shorai Battery

    Canbus - (is this system on this bike?) - Post 167,
    Post 171

    ECU Warning! (Please read this!)
    Post 3149

    Fuse Block and OEM plug where you can source switched and fused power - Post 190, Post 1763,
    Post 1344

    Light/Lighting - Post 115, Post 141, Post 260, Post 293

    Wiring/Electrical - Post 162, Post 165, Post 169, Post 173, Post 174, Post 176, Post 190, Post 199, Post 272, Post 757, Post 760, Post 762, Post 1344

    ENGINE

    Sump Pump Hose Failure - Off Site - Cafe Husky

    Kiwiape's testing of spark plugs and different fuel injector sizes

    ERGONOMICS/BODY MODS AND FARKLES

    Accessory suppliers/Farkles/Parts/Creature comforts - AltRider, BRMoto, UniFlow, Madstad Engineering, Hot Grips, MotoOverland, Touratech, Revzilla, Motorcycle Superstore, Happy Trails, SW Motech, GPR Exhaust Systems, TCI Products, Safari Tanks, Motorrad Garage, Seat Concepts, Rad Guard, Hepco Becker, Solo Moto, Motor Racing Shop, Adventure Moto, Pro Moto Billet, Bark Busters, BS Moto Parts, Enduro Shack, Motorcycle Superstore, B&B Offroad, Motospotz.com, TNK Motors (rear shock, High $), Enduro Engineering, RG Racing, Counter Sprocket Covers

    Barbeque Radiator/Oil Line Rock Guard - Post 326, Post 372, Post 275

    Bar Ends - Post 27, Post 28, Post 31

    Body Panel Protection - Clear Protective Film (protect your plastics) - Post 88, Post 103, 3M Paint Protection Sheets, Post 88

    Case Saver - (Counter Sprocket cover) - Post 1800, Post 1830, Post 1921

    Crashbars - Post 764, Post 956, Post 1222

    Footpegs - Post 62, Post 284, Post 285, Post 288

    Foot Peg Relocation

    Gear Shift Lever (Touratech) - Post 384

    Grips (one option)

    Handlebars (options) - Post 113, Post 178, Post 483

    Front Fender - Post 677. Post 687, Post 689, Post 799, Post 1230

    Handlebar Clamps (options) - Post 160, Post 178

    Handlebar Clamps (options) - Post 160, Post 178

    Handlebar Risers (options) - Post 772, Post 776, Post 987, Post 1010, Post 1371, Post 1392, Post 1433

    Luggage

    Adventure Spec Panniers Post 2827, Post 2828

    Mirrors - Post 214, Post216

    Strada High Fender and Fork Guards - Post 4155

    Radiator Protection (DIY) - Post 917

    Rear Fenderectomy - Removing the license plate holder because of rear fender breakage - Post 2689, License Plate Holder (Removal) - Post 73, Post 233, Post 235, Post 245

    Saddle Bag Options/Luggage Racks/Top Racks/Stock top rack breakage - Post71, Post 80, Post 82, Post 84, Post 85, Post 88, Post 157, Post 267, Post 277, Post 278, Post 350, Post 354, Post 357, Post 360]Post 360, Post 415, [Post 484, Post 519, Post 617, Post 635, Post 699, Post 703

    Seat/options for modification/Seat Concepts installation/Seat Removal - Post 9, Post 10, Post 11, Post 13, Cafe Husky thread on lowering links, Post 1098, Post 406, Post 507, Post 528, Post 532, Post 536, Post 1399, Post 1103

    Side Stand (Fat Foot/Side stand switch elmination) - Post 111, Post 139, Post 211, Post 273, Post 412, Post 802, Post 804, Post 805, Post 807, Post 855, Post 855

    Skidplate/Options/Modifications - Post 61, Post 139, Post 160, Post 201, Post 212, Post 226, Post 236, Post 342, Post 641

    Tail Rack (Prone to Breakage) - Read this for your own good) - Post 109, Post 134, Post 136, Post 144, Post 158, Post 501, Post 1545,Post 200, Post 224, Post 1407, Post 1844

    Windscreen - Post 56, Post 69, Post 113, Post 124, Post 124, Post 566, Post 930, Post 1814, Post 1926, Madstat Windscreen System, Palmer Products Windscreen, TCI Products Windscreen, AOMC Products - (KTM Parts Windscreen for TR650), Laminar Windscreen, MRA Vario Windscreen, Post 2784 - Big Dogs Trash Can Windscreen, Post 69 - Spitfire Windscreen, Post 656 - National Cycle Windscreen


    EXHAUST

    Muffler/s - Post 816, Post 823, Post 825

    Single Exhaust - Problem

    GEARING AND DRIVE TRAIN

    Chain(discussion, and interference with foot peg bolt) - Post 1492 *NOTE* CHECK THIS, Post 414, Post 838, Post 840, Post 902, Post 1169 *Chain Nomenclature and length in links (stock chain and sprockets), Post 1297, Post 1298, Post 1489

    Alignment (Chain) - Post 1673

    Chain Lube (recommended maintenance) - Post 1786

    Drive Ratio - Post 1481

    Brake Pad and Sprockets Replacement Parts

    Sprocket/s and Front Sprocket Torque value - Post 15, Post 50, Post 1473, Off site on Cafe Husky

    FUEL DELIVERY SYSTEMS

    Gas Tank (replacements, supplemental, removal of stock and venting problem ) - Post 116, Post 123, Post 1613, Post 1896, Post 1696 (BE AWARE OF THIS)

    Fuel Range (MPG) - Post 672, Post 903, Post 969

    RotoPax (extra fuel) - Post 403

    Safari Gas Tank Install "HOW TO" - Post 2653

    HARD PARTS AND PART INTERCHANGEABILITY

    PARTS INTERCHANGE LIST - Off site at Cafe Husky - (From Cafe Husky, the first page is the link, you will have to scroll through the entire list)

    "CLICK HERE TO GO TO "LINKED THREAD INDEX - PART C"

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  15. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    Linked Thread Index - Part C

    CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO PART B

    LEGEND:

    LIGHT BLUE = SECTIONS
    RED = TR650 REQUIRED READING
    ORANGE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION
    YELLOW = INSTRUCTABLES

    INTAKE

    Air Filter - Post 5, Post 6, Post 13, Post 119, Post 122, Post 1080, Post 1238, Post 1296, Post 1679, Post 1783

    Air Filter Modification/Replacement with a more efficient design PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING AIR BOX/AIR FILTER SECTIONS

    Air Box/Air Filter - "The Njoytheride POD MOD"

    Discussion leading up to development of the POD MOD

    Post 2386, Post 2902, Post 2914, Post 2920, Post 3155, Post 3156, Post 3160, Post 3170, Post 3223, Post 3226, Post 3232, Post 3239, Post 3242

    Post 3798 - Why you should take the air box filter situation seriously. Please read this for your engines sake!

    Post 3247 - Quirky's Parts list for Mod Pod air filter Mod

    Post 3317 - Air Box bottom showing mods for the UniPod air filter modification

    Post 3347 - Step by step Air Filter modification and air box modification

    Post 3162 - Crank Case Breather Relocation. Best done in conjunction with the POD MOD

    Air Box/Air Filter - Research and development for the 3D Printing of a properly sealing OEM filter bracket

    Post 3470 - Air Box Filter 3d Printing fix Part 1, Post 3590 - Air Box Filter 3d Printing fix Part 2, Post 3637 - Air Filter 3d Printing fix Part 3, Post 3778 - Air Filter 3d Printing fix Part 4, Post 3856 - Air Filter 3d Printing fix - Part 5 - FINAL

    Air Box/Air Filter - Research and development for sealing the clam shell pieces of the air box to prevent dust infiltration

    Post 3284 - Showing resulting dust inside the Air Box due to poor design, Post 3738 - Air Box clam shell seal fix, Post 3748 - Glue for 3D Parts for air box fix

    Airbox Drain - Post 196

    LUBRICATION

    Oil Related Posts - Post 33, Post 35, Post 38, Post 105, Post 106, Post 107, Post 286, Post 287, Post 320, Post 321, Post 468, Post 659

    Oil - Recommended) - Post 253, Post 255, Post 624

    Oil Tank Drain Line Fix - Post 2106, Post 2171, Post 2846

    Oil Filter - Post 460, Post 461, Post 572

    Dipstick - Post 659

    MAINTENANCE/EASE OF MAINTENANCE

    Cannisterectomy - (How to remove it) - Post 175, Post 197, Post 826, Post 827, Post 1232

    Bike Lift - (which one, what works) - Post 1476, Post 1483,Post 688, Post 690, Post 691

    Body Panel Removal (how to) - Post 189

    Specifications (Engine Valve Clearance and Bolt/fastener Torque Values) - Post 621

    Catalytic Converter (Removal) - Post 1635, Post 1663

    Swingarm (Water inside) - Post 877, Post 885

    Swingarm Bolt Covers - Post 3735

    Torque Table (Fasteners on your bike) - Torque Table - Post 2266) Also, see "Specifications" in Part A

    Valve Check/Valve Adjustment -
    Post 1130,
    Post 1132, Post 1231, Post 1261, High 5's Valve Adjustment "How To" Part 1, High 5's Valve Adjustment "How To" Part 2, High 5's Valve Adjustment "How To" Part 3,Big Dogs method of honing down Valve Shims for reuse, Source for valve shims for the TR650

    Wheel Bearings - Post 1779

    OEM MANUALS

    Manual/s - Post 547, Post 597, Post 819, Post 820, Post 842

    Valve and Torque Settings

    Post 620

    SUSPENSION

    Fork Seal Replacement "How to" - PART 1, PART 2, PART 3, PART 4, Fork Spacer retention TIP, Fork oil depth

    Fork Seal Replacement - Step by Step" How to" - Post 2814

    Fork Oil/Fork Clunk - Post 694, Post 695, Post 697, Post 705, Post 706, Post 711, Post 712, Post 713, Post 714, Post 730, Post 731, Post 735

    Fork Oil Weight Discussion - Post 2931, Fork Oil Volume Post 5342

    Lowering - Post 610, Post 852, Post 880,Kouba Link

    Sag (setting bike Sag properly) - Post 716, Post 728

    Shock (Rear Shock) - Post 296, Post 297, [Post 1201, Post 1202

    Suspension - (Forks) - Post 730, Post 731, Post 732, Post 735

    WHEELS, TIRES AND BEARINGS

    PART 1 of 4 - Wheel Bearing Removal and Replacement "How To" - Post # 5319 - High 5's Wheel Bearing Removal and reinstallation Tutorial

    PART 2 of 4- Wheel Bearing Removal and Replacement "How To" - Post #5322

    PART 3 or 4- Wheel Bearing Removal and Replacement "How To" - Post #5325

    PART 4 of 4- Wheel Bearing Removal and Replacement "How To" - Post #5326

    Front Wheel Seal Spacer - Post 861

    BMW F650 Wheels for TR650 - Post 3888

    BMW Funduro and F650 wheel swap onto the Strada - Post 4006

    CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE "TR650 TERRA/STRADA OEM AND INTERCHANGEABLE PARTS LIST - PART 1



    CLICK HERE TO RETURN TO THE BEGINNING OF PART A
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  16. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    THIS IS A GROUP PROJECT

    Please post your recently purchased part with the part number and indicate if the part is Husqvarna OEM or INT (Interchangeable from another bike).

    EXAMPLE: - Clutch Cable - Husqvarna OEM Part # 8539124, INT BMW #8539124 Note* the BMW is a direct replacement and will interchange.

    I CANNOT DO THIS WITHOUT YOUR HELP! So, post up those parts.
    =====================================================================================================

    TR650 Terra/Strada OEM and Interchangeable Parts List - Part 1

    Key

    OEM = Husqvarna Parts
    INT = Parts know to work on our bike (from other bikes)

    KNOWN PARTS SUPPLIERS

    Halls Cycles, Springfield, Illinois - 217-789-0107

    Donnell's Motorcycles, Independence, Missouri 816-478-9393

    Touratech, Seattle, Washington - 1-800-491-2926 (Toll Free)

    Bobs BMW Motorcycles, Jessup MD 1-888-BMW-BOBS

    BODY AND FRAME

    Sidestand Bolt - OEM and Interchange - OEM - #7719788, INT BMW #46537719788

    Torx replacement bolt source - INT - http://www.accuscrews.co.uk/38-torx-cap-head-screws

    Bearings - INT - SKF

    Terra+ Srada front (cast + wire wheels) use two 6203.... plus one 25x40x7mm seal

    Terra + Strada rears (cast and wire) use two 6203.... plus one seal of ?? size

    Terra + Strada (cast + wire wheels) Sprocket carrier uses two 6204 plus one 30x40x7mm seal

    Head stem bearings two of OEM 8000 87243 [29-48-17,5mm]

    Rear Swingarm bearings four needle bearings 28x22x16mm + four seals 28x22x4mm

    CONTROLS

    Brake Line Extension

    INT - Stainless Steel Brake Line Extension - BMW F800ST - #02-099 www.bobsbmw.com 1-888-BMW-BOBS

    Clutch Cable -

    OEM - #8539124

    Brake Lever

    INT - BMW #8539124 (Note* the BMW is a direct replacement and will interchange).
    INT - 2009 750 Guzzi "Classic", Brembo Brake lever.
    INT - BMW Brake Lever GS/M/CS Dakar 1999 - 2007 - G650 2008 - 2009
    INT - Parts Unlimited 0614-0080 lever right hand
    INT - BMW #32727655208)

    Clutch Lever

    INT - BMW #21207652919

    INT - Parts Unlimited 0613-0101 lever left hand
    INT - BMW #32727650994)

    Shift Lever

    Various (unverified taken from Cafe Husky)
    INT - YZ250F (06-08
    INT - YZ 450 (06-08)
    INT - WR250F (03-08)
    INT - WR450F (03-08)
    INT - XR650L (99-06)
    INT - MSR YZ250 (09 fits perfectly (PN 34-2148)

    Short shift levers

    INT - ZF and WRF (250, 426, 450, 400,etc) (PN 34-2147)

    Foldable/Adjustable Shift Levers

    INT - Touratech #048-0222

    COOLING

    Radiator Cap - INT - Stant 10233 (1.1 Bar), INT - Tough One (Advanced Auto Parts Number) #10233 (1.1 bar).

    DRIVE TRAIN

    Counter Sprocket Bolt - INT - M10 1.50 X 40MM Hex Head Cap Screw

    Chain - INT - Renthal 520 R3 "O" Ring 114 Links #25-6114, INT - RK XW 520 Chain 114 Links #GB520EXW,

    Counter Sprocket Cover - INT - 2001-2014 BMW F650

    Counter sprocket - INT - 2001 F650 - JT sprockets #JTF402-14 tooth

    Counter Sprocket - INT Supersprox Front Sprocket #CST402-16 (last two number designate number of teeth)

    Rear Sprocket - INT - INT - Supersprox Rear sprocket item # RSB1520-49 (last two number designate number of teeth) Red

    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS

    Indicator Light bulbs -

    INT - BMW ##63217169203
    INT - Osram 5009
    INT - Philips 12093
    INT - KTM 6011427000
    INT - Aprilia AP8127489
    INT - Ducati 390.4.021.1A
    INT - Buell Y0042.7AA

    Replacement Brake Light Switch (Hydraulic - replaces OEM leaf switch)

    INT - Brembo Hydraulic Brake Switch

    ENGINE

    Spark plugs - OEM - NGK 6869 MAR9A-J-G06

    Oil filter

    OEM - #7700180
    INT - K&N 151
    INT - BMW - 11117658311
    INT - Hiflofiltro - HF151
    INT -Aprilia - 0256185
    INT - BMW - 11 41 2343 452
    INT - BMW - 11 41 2 343 118

    INT - Sump Pump Replacement Hose - 8mm ID

    ERGONOMICS AND RIDER COMFORT

    Pegs

    INT - Pivot Pegz PP-35MK2 #35/1089M1109 (fiddly but works)

    INT - Adjustable Pegs - Touratech #044-0570

    Bar Risers

    INT - Pivoting Bar Riser - Power Madd 2" Power Riser475 for 7/8" Bars #PM15430

    SUSPENSION

    Fork Guards

    OEM Terra 15 #80A0A8481 1 LH leg protection
    OEM Terra 16 #80A0A8482 1 RH leg protection
    INT - KTM 24 80C0 A8482 1 Guard R.H. (WHITE)
    INT - KTM 25 80C0 A8481 1 Guard L.H. (WHITE)
    INT - KTM 24 80A0 A8482 1 Guard R.H. (BLACK)
    INT - KRM 25 80A0 A8481 1, Guard L.H. (BLACK)

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  17. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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  18. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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  19. dirtykdx

    dirtykdx Adventurer

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    Don't limit yourself to the WRX forks. 46mm used to be a pretty common size.

    Kayaba 46mm from around 99-01 era MX bikes are pretty common (re: cheap). They will all have axle diameters larger than 17mm, but depending on the size, it may be as easy as changing out the wheel bearings and the axle spacers.

    And since we're talking inverted forks here, the 46mm fork tube isn't the important measure, we want the outer tube clamping diameters to match, to retain the factory triples for the sake of not messing with the odd mounts and the ignition setup. So, it's possible that a 47mm or 48mm inverted fork could work as well, if the clamping areas are the same, which would make things very much easier to source.

    The fork height and travel (as long as we're talking shortening), can be changed internally pretty easily. So, the main thing to go for is the clamping size. We'll be changing all the valving and springs anyway.


    I haven't gotten annoyed to the point of researching and experimenting with it, but if we want to start gathering measurements of various forks for comparison, and a match pops up on ebay for relatively cheap, I'd be willing to experiment with it.

    When I get home I can take measurements on the TR, 48mm USD KYB, 48mm USD WP, and 45mm USD Showa.
  20. TRZ Charlie

    TRZ Charlie That's MR. Asshole

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    Scott,

    I think I am done transferring the indecees to consecutive locations. Also, Note that I added sections for expansion. These should be included in your first post.

    Thanks H5