Husqvarna 701 Super Moto and Enduro!

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Dozer720, Aug 13, 2015.

  1. Carlos Thomas

    Carlos Thomas Fast not Furious

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    I see you have heated gear. Can anyone confirm the Wattage/Power/Output on the Stator for the 2017 Enduro?
  2. krussell

    krussell Gravel Warrior Supporter

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    It's 300W per the owners manual. I didn't look at voltage with the gear running, I only had a short window for a ride. I quickly wired in a battery tender cable and used a small SAE/Coax adapter with that. It worked OK, but I need more length to be able to stand. I'll probably run the cable up by the key, I've seen some pictures of bikes with powerlet sockets there. I won't go to that trouble without seeing how the BRP/Scotts Damper mounts, but I'm going to wait a bit for that.

    It was mid 30s, I ran my Warm N Safe jacket and Gerbing gloves. They were plenty hot, and the bike seemed fine.

    EDIT -> The 2016 and 2017 manual both show 300W, so no change there. The 2016 690 Enduro R and the 2016 Duke (new engine) both show 224. There's nothing about the Husky that draws more power, so it seems like an extra 76 watts is available for customer use relative to the Orange versions. There's lots of reports of people running jacket and gloves on the Orange bikes without issue.
  3. Carlos Thomas

    Carlos Thomas Fast not Furious

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    300W should be enough. That is one thing I like about my WR250...it produces 350W.
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  4. blackbullit

    blackbullit n00b

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    Hello fellow inmates. i have been following this thread for some time now with great interest. Sorry for the change in direction, but I just picked up my 2017 Husky 701 Enduro this week. Unfortunately like most of us Canadians, I will have to wait for spring to ride it once the snow and cold weather is gone. I am sure it's been posted before and sorry to bring it up if it has, but I am looking to set the bike up for supermoto use as well. If someone could point me in the direction of what I am going to need to convert my rims/tires, sprockets/chain, etc.. and where I can source parts, I would greatly appreciate it. I am based out of Edmonton, Canada. Thank you in advance!!
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  5. jsmiff22

    jsmiff22 Adventurer

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    Here you go my friend...
    http://bfy.tw/97HK
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  6. cjselbysmith

    cjselbysmith Adventurer

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    Or... chain, sprocket, wheels, tyres, discs, abs rings, and a dremel to cut away the front fork guard slightly as the tyre is wider. Dealer (or ktm dealer) will have everything. Or eBay.


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  7. blackbullit

    blackbullit n00b

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    I should have know.... Google it! Thanks. I'll get on it. At least it gives me something to do over the winter!!
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  8. Airhusky

    Airhusky Been here awhile

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    Have fun.
  9. KiwiPewe

    KiwiPewe Coddiwomple Supporter

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    I am faced with the same question, mate. Warp9 makes very nice rims and once I have enough monies I plan to buy those.
    What would be nice though if fellow inmates who have already done the SM conversion could share their experiences with us noobs, ta.
    :ear
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  10. blackbullit

    blackbullit n00b

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    That's exactly what I was hoping for!
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  11. Bluetonguejak

    Bluetonguejak Pretend racer

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    @blackbullit @KiwiPewe
    BEHR rims 5" rear 3.5" fronts Cush hub for on-road Non-Cush ok for racing. (Or any other brand)
    Same rims as 690
    300mm front brake adequate for racing
    15t/16t front and change rear to suit track
    Will have to cut-out fork protectors to clear tyre.
    Axle sliders, foot peg sliders and hand guards recommended
    No catch bottle required
    Shorten stand for 17's - Remove stand for racing (fit stand eliminator switch)
    May have to lock-wire calliper, oil filter, sump plug bolts, and rad cap (depending on supp regs)
    Remove lights, indicators, tail piece for racing - tape-up for track days.
    Pipe, air filter mods optional - pipe protector recommended too.
    Map setting on advanced and don't hold-back the ponies!
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    Attached Files:

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  12. blackbullit

    blackbullit n00b

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    Thank you so much! Now that's what I'm talking about!! Very slick looking set up!
  13. Bluetonguejak

    Bluetonguejak Pretend racer

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    image.jpg

    In race trim - shorty (SM) front fender
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  14. H3dlund

    H3dlund Been here awhile

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    Here's the new tuning kit for 2017 i was talking about in a prevoius post.

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  15. GB.UK

    GB.UK Long timer

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    I doubt the parts will be available separately :(
  16. jsmiff22

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    Now we just need log-in credentials!
  17. Magile

    Magile Long timer Supporter

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    from http://www.teuber-motorsport.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=393_583&products_id=134972

    TUNING KIT HUSQVARNA 701 2017
    875.00 EUR incl.VAT. excl. shipping
    27012945000
    [​IMG]
    The specially tuned Tuningkit gives more torque and a noticeable increase in performance.

    Scope:
    ◦Akrapovic "Slip on line"
    ◦Air Filter Box
    ◦Air Filter Box Cover
    ◦Secondary Air System (SLS) Cover
    ◦EVAP removal kit
    ◦Tuned engine mapping

    HUSQVARNA 701 SM-ENDURO

    This product will be in stock on 01/21/2017.

    [​IMG]
    Merry Christmas! - M

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  18. Anders-

    Anders- 690R

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    Why on earth the new airbox?
  19. Airhusky

    Airhusky Been here awhile

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    More money. If it is cheaper than the PCV and they allow to buy separate parts of the kit. All be good. Most of us don't need the exhaust. and those who already have the exhaust don't need to buy a 2nd exhaust So hopefully it will be sold separately the kit parts. Specially the map!
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  20. Oetker

    Oetker Been here awhile

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    Very interesting. The old tuning kits for SMCs only had the air box cover, not a complete airbox. Also, that whole kit seems to be cheaper than just the exhaust was for the '16 701.

    Edit: I wonder if the only airbox difference is that it doesn't have a fitting for the sas line...
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