Husqvarna TE630

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

  1. ceevu

    ceevu Adventurer

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    I asked this in cafe too,but maybe here are more people so has anyone used SWM cams in 630? Most propably they are the same,but if somebody has first hand experience,i would like to hear before i order new cam.

    Beautifull photos there DYNOBOB,and wonderfull scenery
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  2. Fast1

    Fast1 Twisted Throttle

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  3. rickcj7

    rickcj7 Been here awhile

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    Yes it sure looks like it. What’s a used seat pan worth? And $20-50 to install cover.
  4. Rob578

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    kinda what i was thinking..... I made him an offer but never heard back.
  5. Jabba

    Jabba "HOLD THE LIGHT!!!"

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    All seat concepts seats go on a stock pan- the question is, where are you gonna find a used pan for one?
  6. Rob578

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    The one that's on the bike would work fine :) Who needs 2 seats?
  7. climberevan

    climberevan planning the next journey

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    The TE continues to impress. Shortly after this photo the trail deteriorated into quite technical singletrack, and I managed to get through just fine, though slowly on the big girl. Then on the way home she was happy to roll at 75mph on the highway for a bit. So great.

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    You know, like this:

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  8. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    last Saturday and Sunday we made a nice tour in Abruzzo in two days for a total of 520 km. we stayed and slept in the splendid refuge of "Rocca Calascio" where some scenes of the movie Ladyhawke were filmed. below are some photos of the participating group. on the second day we also visited a huge wind farm IMG-20191021-WA0113.jpg IMG-20191021-WA0107.jpg IMG-20191020-WA0115.jpg IMG-20191020-WA0124.jpg IMG-20191021-WA0102.jpg IMG-20191020-WA0047.jpg IMG-20191020-WA0007.jpg IMG_20191019_123524.jpg IMG_20191020_123842.jpg IMG-20191020-WA0008.jpg
    More photos here

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  9. climberevan

    climberevan planning the next journey

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  10. Fast1

    Fast1 Twisted Throttle

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    joking around with my old TE630 "at the dock"


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  11. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    A further lowering of the lowered saddle. Yesterday I started to lower the saddle further. long ago I had bought a lowered saddle but not yet enough to make me feel good with both feet. my goal is to lower the lowered seat by another 30 mm. there is a soft foam rubber space. I worked the saddle with a hand saw and then with a whisk with sandpaper disc. it will still need some hand finishing before reassembly. in the photo the comparison between the saddles IMG_20191101_163037.jpg IMG_20191101_164250.jpg IMG_20191101_164257.jpg IMG_20191101_164608.jpg IMG_20191101_170510.jpg IMG_20191101_170854.jpg IMG_20191101_173020.jpg
    any advice for other work on the saddle is welcome. thanks
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  12. ceevu

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    Now i can confirm that swm camshaft is identical to husky. It works just like it used to,and has same power measured at butt dyno... Markings between cam and gear are in different places,so if you need to swap gear from other cam,be prepared to time them in some way.
    Clutch springs were allso done,lenght just at service limit. Cheap to replace.
  13. TheLD

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    I thought the black and white Voyager was the best solution for the money. I use the GPS speedo and left the stock POS computer hooked up below so the odo would stay correct. I was also concernrd it may need speed for the fuel map. You can see the stock one buried down there. The wind screen is off a Honda.

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  14. Rob578

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    Looks like it's going to put some serious pressure on the family jewels.
  15. Rotax655

    Rotax655 Aprilia World Meeting

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    when I tried it I didn't feel uncomfortable with "family jewels". I make road transfers for a few hours so not full days. and in any case I drive 90% of the trip on foot
  16. ceevu

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    I have been dreaming for the voyager allso,it seems to have everything needed,but price is pretty steep imported here. My stock meter failed a while ago,and bike felt the same without it. It was cold and raining,so i might be wrong,and it could be in normal mode (if there is fault,ecu returns to stock fueling,and to return custom fueling failure codes needs to be cleared.) I opened meter and cleaned,washed (with electric cleaner) and gave it time to dry,and now it seems to work again.