Husqvarna 701 Super Moto and Enduro!

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by motocityktm, Aug 13, 2015.

  1. Oetker

    Oetker Adventurer

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    If it's the same viewer as for KTM bikes (probably), I think I managed to extract the PDF from somewhere in the %TEMP% directory while the built-in viewer was running.
  2. Tipmethewink

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    Thanks Oetker and Itchie. I'll have to drop the "professional" from my IT job title now. I'll check it out.

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  3. dvwalker

    dvwalker Working to ride

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    thanks spaceman, I must have been half asleep that morning. Of coarse that is more secure and I knew better since that is how I secure the dry bags on my r80.
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  4. Luka33

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  5. Noel Johnson

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  6. Airhusky

    Airhusky Been here awhile

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    I have had a few pictures posted here 6 months ago , hmm let me find them and i will edit it in here.

    http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/lets-see-your-bike.4753/page-701#post-31031224

    http://imgur.com/a/wQqS7


    Today I have done a 2 up ride from Debrecen to Budapest , Hungary. 230 kms the whole ride i was in the group of sport tourers just a coincidental ride. Surprisingly I only needed to put petrol after i reach my destination. Oh they couldn't run away from me and it wasn't hard to keep up. Average speed was 150 km/h or so. First signal light , filtered and over took them. Just shows what you can do with a single cylinder. It's 2016 model btw.
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  7. howardbell

    howardbell Been here awhile

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    Interesting... I didn't get one of these "mask" with my Nomad kit, didn't even see if offered on the website. So, I don't have one on my fairing, I wear a Shoei GT Air (street helmet), and I fucking love the thing. I a squat 5'10, and if I bomb a little freeway miles to connect to my trails, 90 mph is no problem and zero buffeting to speak of! And I know buffeting, I've had V-Stroms and Teneres and those will educe headaches and neck strain like a German dominatrix. I am sorry your are going through this, I have nothing to add that hasn't already been said, but yea, get rid of that mask and get some air flow in there, maybe even get a 1" hole saw and create an additional vent, you won't get the dead air wobbles so long as you have a small about of air moving about the cabin. Good luck!
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  8. WyldKard

    WyldKard Been here awhile

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    Anyone have a link to buy the 2017 manual online?
  9. Airhusky

    Airhusky Been here awhile

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  10. wass

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    It's not advised to post links to copyrighted material on this site as the mods may delete the post, your account or in the worst case this entire thread.
  11. riiv

    riiv Bleeds Orange

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    First long ride tomorrow, first tank bag, and glad I gassed up. The dealer put maybe a gallon in. 20170519_211354.jpg
  12. Airhusky

    Airhusky Been here awhile

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    I would pm it then ;)
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  13. Didado

    Didado Long timer

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    Actually Airhusky posted links to copyrighted material that is either legal and free to download or legal to buy :-)
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  14. Norrlandspojken

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  15. riiv

    riiv Bleeds Orange

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    That filter is a great! Way more robust than that stupid paper filter. This should be the stock filter.
  16. Glenn141

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    Where can I get a 44 tooth rear sprocket for my SM?
  17. TwoWheelLife

    TwoWheelLife Been here awhile

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    Fitted my Nomad tower yesterday. Bought thru CJ Designs. I need a brake line guide from a dirt bike to attach to the high fender, and it'll be complete. I found it easier than expected to put together - but not because the instructions were good, because they're not.

    A quick test ride last night on the highway was positive. It gets some air off the body, but it's no Goldwing. I did not have any significant turbulence or loud noise at my helmet as Tokig has reported. It's there, but not bad enough to bother. The lights didn't impress me as much as I expected. I was surprised that the low beam stays on when the high beam comes on. The poor excuse for instructions suggested they would not, so that was a nice surprise. All in all very positive and happy with the product.

    I used ACC2 (switched) for my USB, cigarette socket, and volt meter. I plan to use ACC1 (non-switched) for my heat demons install, and add a bright dummy light in case I forget to turn them off.

    I used a $20 step drill from harbor freight to drill holes for accessories. Don't be duped into buying a $75 step drill at a hardware store.

    I'm a little concerned about water getting to the wiring harness so easily.

    I would love to move the ignition up onto the tower somewhere... that could be my next big project.

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  18. TheMotorcyclist

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    Hi TwoWheelLife,

    I’m Mike from Nomad-ADV, I noticed that your lights are sticking out a lot due to the angle they are mounted on. If you turn the aluminium bar so that the flat side is pointing up (there are 2 different depths of flat surfaces on the spacer). Then put the light bracket in it’s lowest position, this will make the lights sit further back and thus not stick out from the fairing. I also noticed that you put 2 spacers on the bottom of the tower and not one under the dash.

    I don’t mean to criticise but it’s just something I noticed by looking at your photos.

    Did you get our 14 page instruction manual in colour with all the photos from CJ?

    If you have any questions then please send us an e-mail via our site: nomad-adv.com as I'm not on this forum very often.
  19. itchie

    itchie Been here awhile

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    Hey Mike, is there supposed to be a spacer under the dash? In your instructions all photos show two spacers at bottom of tower and none under the dash but I noticed on your website some of the pictures show one spacer under the dash and one at bottom of the tower.. What's the correct placement?
  20. TheMotorcyclist

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    Hi Itchie,

    Thanks for bringing that to my attention! I made a mistake, there is indeed no spacer under the dash anymore. We moved the spacer to the bottom of the tower to fit the PE Plate which diverts rain water away from the wiring.