Husqvarna TE630

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by Tagati, Sep 18, 2009.

  1. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    When I first saw your request for a coil I knew there would be a common bike out there that used the same coil. Most mfr's use similar parts even if they don't look the same.
  2. kirbybikes

    kirbybikes Been here awhile

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    Dyno Bob is your guy on using Ibeat to tune. Search for his posts in this thread or on Cafe Husky 630 section and all will be revealed. I'm of the PC V autotune club so can't really help you but good luck. They are a great bike once running properly.
  3. WILL_S

    WILL_S OUTLAW POSTIE 001

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    You blokes got a swm dealer over there?
    In oz parts are available through swm and are generally cheaper than husky
    Parts fiche , most parts are available.
    http://www.powerhousemotorcycles.com.au/partFinder/fiche/swm/2017/rs-650r-facelift#component
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  4. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    to me it all seems clear and legible. if you don't have a resistance of 19.5 Kohm (+/- 20%) the coil is broken IMG_20190809_080545.jpg
    we are fortunate to have SWM's cousins who sell it as a spare for the RS650R
  5. Ungarisch

    Ungarisch Adventurer

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    what wasn't clean in the picture B is that he is measuring from plug wire to positive pin, and NOT plug wire to center mounting peg (ground) like it shows in the picture. We do not have a positive pin, we have wires coming out of our coils. Suzuki has pin.
  6. Fast1

    Fast1 Twisted Throttle

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    Did you zero out (0%) the throttle position at idle? @DYNOBOB may be able to advise on how to do this since I haven't messed with the Ibeat system for a few years or more. Have the complete Ibeat system listed in the flea market if anyone needs one.

    That fueling is too rich in the mid and for sure the high for a stock TE630 engine without any exhaust changes.



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    These settings worked the best with my 630 mated with a full Leo Vince system running without a sparky in sumo mode.

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  7. Fast1

    Fast1 Twisted Throttle

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    When I sold the SMS-630 with the stock exhaust system, these settings provided excellent results


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  8. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    currently I have the bike removed for some maintenance. I wanted to check the kohm values of the ignition coil as described in the workshop manual. here is the value of the secondary circuit. check with your values. the measurement is taken between the spark plug cable and the chassis ground where the coil is mounted. Result secondary circuit 24,6 KOHM at 27 Degrees Celsius IMG_20190810_151048.jpg IMG_20190810_151042.jpg IMG_20190810_151119.jpg
  9. Ungarisch

    Ungarisch Adventurer

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    Rotax, Thanks for taking these measurements. When I measure in between the plug wire and coil ground while it's mounted to the bike, I get 26.6k Ohms at 26*C, however if I take the same measurement between the plug wire and the coil ground while its dismounted from the bike, I get open circuit. When dismounted I need to measure in between the plug wire and primary positive in order to read 26K Ohms.
  10. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    I don't understand how it is possible. maybe if you put a picture of the measurement we all understand better
  11. Gian

    Gian dreamer

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    Any idea if it's possible to fit an Swm Superdual X rear wheel with rubber dampers on a TE 630 and maybe TE 610?
  12. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    I removed the fuel pump for a filter check. I would like to change the original filter with 13500 km but I have difficulty finding a new FT5721. have any of you used different alternative filters? Thanks for your help[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
  13. DYNOBOB

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  14. DYNOBOB

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    A fully loaded shakedown ride yesterday for upcoming 2500 mile/5 state loop ride out west in Sept. Removed my yellow Wolfman panniers and installed the Giant Loop Round the World panniers. Very impressed with them.

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  15. Rotax655

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    in the end I cleaned the original filter by washing it upstream and I reassembled everything with a new fuel hose. thanks to Dynobob for the indications on the alternative Purflux filter IMG_20190812_180713.jpg
  16. DYNOBOB

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    2 things... You might want to source some fuel injection hose clamps or Oetiker clamps (there 45psi in that hose), and make sure your fuel line is rated for in-tank use. I've seen them swell up like a sausage.

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  17. Rotax655

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    what do you think about it? this is the reference standard. http://www.hosestechnology.it/schede/CARBO-73379-HT-Scheda-Tecnica.pdf
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    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    most likely you are right about the need to use a tube suitable for continuous immersion in gasoline. but this type of tube conforming to the SAE30R10 standard I find it difficult to find. I saw this kind on amazon maybe compatible. https://www.amazon.com/Brand-Flexible-Fuel-Guzzi-Ducati/dp/B00LPX1JHY. can you give me some help for a more precise and better search? I put one photos of the current broken pipe IMG_20190813_122841.jpg
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  20. DYNOBOB

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    I think most auto parts stores have hose that is suitable for in-tank use since this is the norm in the automotive world now.

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