Husqvarna TE/SM-610 Index Thread

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by buffallodan, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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    I have been thinking it would be a good idea for to have an index thread like the LC4 folks so we can warehouse our collective info. It will save us effort in the future if we get ahead of the game by starting it now. So chime in and post threads you feel we should add. Also if you have ideas on how it should be organized please advise. At first we will just collect the threads and when there are enough we can start to actually organize and index them...

    Here is the first, the one that started my Husky Adventure...new owners be sure to read Bigdog's thread below as it has loads of info...


    Reviews and Discussions:

    Bigdogs Comprehensive Review with Mods
    BigDogs Life with a Husky 2006 TE610

    Husky Owners Sign in Here
    Husqvarna TE-610 Owners Sign In Thread.

    Early discussion threads on the Husky 610

    Husqvarna 2006 TE 610 Dualsporty
    Husky TE610E Pro's and Con's?
    New 2006 Husky 610 Dual Sport !!!
    TE 610 Questions...?


    Mechanical Issues:


    Splitting the Cases
    http://imageevent.com/motogo1/610engine

    "Critical" - Check of Primary and Counter Balancer Nut Torque
    Urgent Reading for Husky Owners TE-SM - 610's
    Husky SM610 - Sudden Vibration

    Valve Adjustments:
    TDCC is where you find it...
    How to inspect the valves on a KTM LC4 In three easy steps.

    CamChainTensioner or CCT:
    SM610 engine noise culprit?

    Camchain replacement:
    Geek's Guide to replacing the TE610 Cam Chain

    This and other threads require forum membership. I recommend you join any that is linked in the index.


    Removal of Emissions
    16
    http://home.comcast.net/~husk/emissions.html

    Proper Venting of Carburator
    Carb Vent lines???
    Beware of adding filter to carb vents (after canisterectomy)

    Sparkplug info...
    http://www.speedzilla.com/forums/97367-post76.html


    Clutch Cable Tips
    KTM LC4 quick broke clutch cable fix...

    Cable replacement source
    TE610 Clutch Cable

    Clutch Lever
    Asv Front Brake Lever?

    Hydraulic Clutch
    TE610 Quiz

    Suspension:
    TE610 Springs

    Husqvarna '08 TE-610 Front Fork Thread Only

    Marzocchi Shock Manual
    http://marzocchi.com/template/listSPAManuals.asp?IDFolder=180&LN=UK&Sito=moto

    Jetting
    The "Husky 610 Jetting Thread"

    Replacement Battery:
    Replacement Battery TE-610

    Mods:

    Lighting
    TE610 extra lighting

    TE610 twin headlight cowling

    Footpegs
    http://www.pivotpegz.net/
    http://www.brapoffroad.com/Pivotpegz.htm

    Damper:

    Who wants a Submount Damper Kit for thier Husky 610?

    Topclamp Riser:
    http://www.ptenduro.com/

    Saddle:
    Husqvarna and Renzacco Racing...

    Bags and Panniers:

    184
    117
    My AeroStitch Tank Pannier Install TE-610

    Dirtbag Pics:
    TE610 Dirt Bagz are on

    Luggage Rack install pics :
    http://scfrank.smugmug.com/gallery/1750856

    Aftermarket Parts List:
    Aftermarket Parts List for TE-610

    TT Thread Aftermarket Suppliers:
    After-Market Parts for Husqvarna


    Manuals:

    Owners Manual:
    Download PDF Owners Manual (6.9 MB)

    Thumpertalk speedo setup thread:
    http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=330436

    Marzocchi Shock Manual:
    http://marzocchi.com/template/listSPAManuals.asp?IDFolder=180&LN=UK&Sito=moto

    English Only Husqvarna Shop Manual (Thanks Hoder)
    Can be found by searching on Thumpertalk.com

    Guides:

    Bigdog offers a DVD of bike prep for Adventure Travel w/Husky specific info.
    http://bigdogadventures.com/Video.htm


    Ride Reports:

    BigDog & Gaspipe Do The TransAm Trail West
    Pandilla TerracerĂ­a a Creel: Road Less Traveled Part 3
    The whole wide world is mine.

    External Links:

    Speedzilla:
    '06 SM610S First Impression

    ThumperTalk:
    Jetting your 2006 TE 510 (LONG)

    Parts List and Supporting Dealers:

    Fuel Tank:
    http://www.imsproducts.com/index2new.html

    Husky TE610 IMS Tank now available

    Fuel Slosh, five gallon tank

    TE610 Tank Flaring IMS

    Luggage:

    Rear Rack
    http://www.promotobillet.com/shop/item.asp?itemid=120

    Panniers
    http://www.moto-sportpanniers.com/dirtbagz/index.html

    Protection:


    Uptite Skid Plate
    Uptite Skidplate - "work of art"

    Utah Skid Plate
    http://www.utahsportcycle.com/utahscFC.htm


    Handguards
    http://www.brpit.com/pages/products/cycra_hand.html#


    Supporting Dealers: All Dealers Have Strong Rep's in Husky Community

    Axle Nut Throttle Tube Skid Plate

    http://uptiteracing.com/

    IMS Tanks
    http://www.halls-cycles.com/

    http://www.motoxotica.com/

    http://www.taskysmetriccycle.com/

    Online parts orderering through Halls
    https://www.halls-cycles.com/Catalog/Halls-Cycles-Husqvarna.aspx


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  2. firebolter

    firebolter Been here awhile

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    I think there has been a crap load of info about Jetting. Based on my reading and my personal jetting (I have a Sm610), I came up with the following.

    180 Main
    50 Pilot
    Fuel Screw 1.75 turns out (minimizes decel popping and idles good)
    JD Red needle at #5 position for the clip
    Leo Slip on
    Iridium Plug

    Runs like a champ. Pulls hard and clean from Idle to redline.
    I am in the sea level to 3K regime with 70-90 degree temps 60% humidity.

    Very Happy with the 610, a great all around bike.

    Maybe it should be organized into subgroups something like:
    Jetting
    Suspension
    Valve adjustments
    Modifications
    Maint Tips

    Something along those lines. Alot of guys make cool things for their bikes and it would be nice to have them posted for others to see and to give them ideas.
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  3. onebaduce

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    I have the 06 Owners, Part and service manuals. Anybody able to host them and post link here in this thread? One is 8 meg one is 30 meg and one is 19meg

    Joe
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  4. Hoder

    Hoder Card carrying greeny

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    Right on Dan!:clap :freaky Why not just duplicate the format of the LC4 index?
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  5. motogon

    motogon Like wind

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    Is this 610 manuals or 450/510?
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  6. Hoder

    Hoder Card carrying greeny

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    The owners & parts manuals are on the Husky web site & can just get a link to there. Do you have a real shop manual or just the incomprehensable BOZZA DRAFT? I just converted that one to a (126MB!) Word document but it will take a while to clean it up.
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  7. spagthorpe

    spagthorpe Long timer

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    That Bozza Draft manual is better than the official one. While it is a pain to hunt through it, the info is in there. There have been a lot of things I was unable to find in the official one, not nearly as detailed.
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  8. scfrank

    scfrank Old farts riding club.

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    all this is an excellent idea

    I have a te610 and jetting seems to be all over the place.

    the sm610 seems to be jetted much richer than the te.

    doesn't make a lot of sense, but seems to be the case.

    scfrank
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  9. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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    I created a thread on the service manual link that will be in the index soon. The others are available and will also be linked. Thanks...
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  10. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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    Since the majority of riders are on 610's and that is also what I ride we will be focusing on them but feel free to add 250-450-510 info and we can add those too in thier own section...
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  11. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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    The LC4 Index will be the jumping off point and we all have much to Thank Meat for as I have already learned quit a bit from reading all the those threads...
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  12. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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    Jetting theads and posts need to be at the top of our priority and maybe individuals can post thier jetting and I can copy and paste them into one thread? :ear
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  13. Chadleys1

    Chadleys1 working on it

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    :thumb
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  14. huskysm610

    huskysm610 Gear Head

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    I posted a bunch of jetting info on speedzilla (dukepilot) and SMJunkie (huskysm610) for the SM610. Here are my current settings with LV full exhaust, some additional holes in my airbox cover and backfire screen removed:

    185 Main
    JD Red Needle at 5th position
    45 pilot
    Fuel screw about 1.5 turns out
    Boyesen pump plate
    Power Now Plus

    This is at sea level.

    Also installed one of these with adjustable main and slow air circuits for fine tuning. This helped me eliminate most of the popping on decel.

    View attachment 80397

    With this combo of goodies on my carb, it pulls hard from down low with good midrange and decent top end. I'm happy with this setup and it is much improved from stock.
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  15. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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  16. huskysm610

    huskysm610 Gear Head

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    Here is some stuff I posted at Huskytalk for removal of emissions stuff from the 610:

    1. Disconnect the carb vent lines/fuel lines and remove the tank and the headlight unit.
    2. Take a look at what goes where... where the hoses go.
    3. Remove the manifold that is zip tied by the ignition switch
    4. Remove the small cannister attached to the lower triple
    5. Disconnect the hoses that connect to the pink carb vent lines and reroute the vent hoses
    6. Disconnect the hose from the nipple on the intake side of the head, near the carb boot and plug it up with an automotive vacuum plug
    7. Remove the large cannister and attached hoses.
    8. Install one of those little aluminum no spill fuel vent fittings to the top fuel vent nipple on the tank.
    9. Reinstall the tank and headlight and you're good to go. Don't forget to plug the nipple on the side of the head. It is a vacuum line and will suck air otherwise.
    I routed the top carb vent lines to a location under the seat and used one of the left over T fittings to connect the lower carb vent hoses (not the carb bowl drain line) and installed a filter and one way valve to keep crap out of the carb. Also rerouted the crankcase vent from the airbox, plugged the hole left in the airbox and capped of the vent hose with a K and N vent filter. Took about 30 minutes to do in total.
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  17. Ruffus

    Ruffus Dirty Old Mudder

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    I've been thinkin bout the FC2000 from the first time I saw it on SpeedZilla,,, do you know if it can make compensations for altitude changes?? my bikes jetted perfectly for where I am(JD kit & desmogged), bout 500 ft above sea-level, but my plans are to ride to 10,000 ft plus over some passes next year , just tryin to cover all my bases before I run into trouble:D
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  18. huskysm610

    huskysm610 Gear Head

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    Couldn't say for sure. There is a pretty wide range of adjustment to the slow and main air circuits. Best to check with these guys: http://www.performance-design.net/performance_design_contact_info.htm
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    Ruffus Dirty Old Mudder

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  20. buffallodan

    buffallodan Long timer

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    Please recommend some threads that are worthy of putting in the index. I am going to add the few threads I started on issues and mods that I have posted but would like to have some others as well to make it look more substantial :lol3...

    Dan

    P.S. Also comments on Initial Layout of Index and Category Colors would be appreciated
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