Bike Recalls

Discussion in 'New Zealand' started by CarstenNZ, Aug 7, 2017.

  1. glitch_oz

    glitch_oz Long timer

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    From all things past, direct contact with Italy is not possible and you will have to go through a dealer.
    If there is a local Husky importer it might be best to contact them, rather than an individual dealer that hasn't found his feet yet.
    Then again, if the bike is one of those that has run fine in the past, I would not go through the reflash-procedure.

    If the bike is a worthwhile purchase for you, only you can decide.
    The dash buttons can be repaired, but need some patience and care to do so.
    Various ideas and different ways on
    http://www.cafehusky.com/forums/tr650.28/
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  2. Zlatte

    Zlatte n00b

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    Thanks mate for your advice. I have heard from a local mechanic that the dash causes problems and when it fails to work the whole bike is worthless. The only way is as I think you did it change the whole set. Humidity is a problem to the Dash, specially in the tropics. So if I repair the bottons what would be the best way to seal this dash for good. I have read about conformal coating of the circuit boards but scares me to death doing this in case afterwards it fails to work. What do you think?
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  3. glitch_oz

    glitch_oz Long timer

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    Might be best to continue this in the TR-owners thread...many other TR owners and lots of knowledge around.
    I quoted your last post and replied here:
    https://advrider.com/f/threads/husk...uestions-thread.850525/page-437#post-40955136
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