Husqvarna TE630

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

  1. Rotax655

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    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    these gentlemen ask for 38 euros to ship this item weighing a few grams and that will arrive in a month. this is not normal
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  4. Rotax655

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    I inform everyone that you can find a spare connector around 18 euros. mine arrived today. I will keep it as I have repaired the old one with the new welds

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  5. Rotax655

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    I couldn't resist assembling it :-) it looks good. the thickness of the cables is slightly greater than that fitted as standard. work in progress.... IMG_20190814_173814.jpg IMG_20190814_173926.jpg IMG_20190814_174810.jpg IMG_20190814_182514.jpg
  6. Owen Snell

    Owen Snell Been here awhile

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  7. EricV

    EricV Long timer

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    I know I’m late to the game on this one but wanted to offer my two cents in case it’s helpful.

    I, too, was reluctant to go the Oberon route. The walls in my stock slave seemed great so went the route of the new viton o-ring. Still leaked. Same with master seals- had those fail twice and on the second noticed flaking inside the barrel. Finally did what I should have from the beginning and bought the Oberon slave and no issues since (and also replaced the master.)

    Now of course others have had success in replacing the slave o-ring but they are, in my opinion, more fortunate exceptions than the rule. The Magura stuff is unpredictable (and, in all fairness to those components, I did get close to 20K miles out of them.)
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  8. Rotax655

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  9. Homerb

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    After many months in pieces, a new crankshaft, and renewing every bearing in the engine, I finally got to take my girl for a spin today. Forgot how much fun riding this thing is!
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  10. kirbybikes

    kirbybikes Been here awhile

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    After many months in pieces, a new crankshaft, and renewing every bearing in the engine, I finally got to take my girl for a spin today. Forgot how much fun riding this thing is!

    Good job on the motor rebuild! Nice to have the bike back in running condition. Couple of questions. What tank are you using? That is not the Safari I have. Is the exhaust an adapted Staintunes? What is the cylinder mounted aft of and above the rear master cylinder?
  11. chevmekanik

    chevmekanik Been here awhile

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    That cylinder is a one off Homer fuel pump system.
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    chevmekanik Been here awhile

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    Just completed a 3500 km trip on the 630. After catching up on this thread I now realize I should be working on the bike instead of riding it!
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  13. Homerb

    Homerb Been here awhile

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    The tank is a 20 litre IMS for a TE610. I fitted an external fuel pump to make it work. Works great. Yep, thats a Staintune muffler.
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    can you provide more information about the external fuel pump?
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    kirbybikes Been here awhile

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    Thanks, inquiring mind wanted to know. Necessity is the mother of invention. As the accessory pool dries up for these bike this will become more common.
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    You guys think a single stock decatted exhaust could handle the flow.Thinking of removing the right exhaust canister.
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    Replacement slave direct from oberon in the UK
    $160 aud delivered. Nice how it has a ball for the rod to rotate on .
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  19. The Letter J

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    I'll make no claims as to gains/losses of power, but I helped my riding partner do exactly that back in 2012. We cut the pipe and welded a plate over the hole where the right side pipe branched off from the header, gutted the remaining muffler (leaving the spark arrester intact) and shortened the length of the muffler a few inches at the same time. It actually sounds very nice, without being obnoxiously loud. I'd imagine that this setup flows LESS than the stock duals, and definitely less than if we'd made a new (larger diameter) midpipe to an aftermarket single muffler, but it seems to run just as well as it did prior, and the short single muffler cleaned up the look of the back end of the bike nicely (looks more like a dirtbike now) and lost a significant chunk of weight in the process. No regrets, YMMV
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  20. chevmekanik

    chevmekanik Been here awhile

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    What about the continually leaking master cylinder? Is there an expensive high end replacement part for that? I have almost had enough of it leaking.