New Thumper: SWM Superdual 650

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by tangerine, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Just finished wiring, hooked up GPS, cigarette/USB outlet, heated grips and vest connector. Here's how connector looks like:
  2. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Just finished wiring, hooked up GPS, cigarette/USB outlet, heated grips and vest connector. Here's how connector looks like:
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    Generic waterproof connectors sold on Amazon:

    E Support 2 Pin Way Car Auto Waterproof Electrical Connector Plug Socket Kit with Wire AWG Gauge Marine Pack of 10
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0144CFQFS/

    Fortunately I had 1 spare to make an octopus. No soldering gun will need to redo at some point.
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  3. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Any pointers on how to set time? Push and wait 3 second doesn't work for me.
  4. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    Not sure why your clock wont reset. Maybe disconnect the battery to reset it all. Both my bikes are the same. I just checked without the bike running. Kill switch on, press and hold to change hours. let go the button and wait for minutes to start flashing etc.
  5. icedvolvo

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    Hmm seeing as there are serious parts problems with the SWM (lack of availability of both genuine and OEM) I thought I would collect and post this thread. As you find a compatible part for the SWM 650 SuperDuals please add it to this post and REPOST so it keeps popping up in updated form. Also any major issues which need to be addressed are listed at the end. Keep in mind its based on the Husky TE630 up to 2011 so many parts may work from that as well

    Lamda defeat plug KTM690
    Front Brake Master Husqvarna 701
    Pivot Pegz DR650 model: PP-35MK3.
    Exhaust Barrett and Arrow
    Main Oil Filter KN 563 (same as TE630)
    Clutch MC parts Magura 860120 or 720543
    Rear Sprocket DR650 sprockets 520



    Problems:
    - subframe bolts replace with HT version (10 not 12 series) or bigger bolts
    - wobble at high speed rear spring soft/tyre pressures/front tyre type
    - fuel filters/pumps ALWAYS filter your fuel
    - airbox nuts strip DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN

    Useful Videos
    Oil Change
    Air Box Mod http://www.cafehusky.com/threads/630-airbox-mod.40285/

    OEM
    bags 3rd Gear Banana bags fit
    lights and tower Britannia Composites Lynx R for the TE630
    bark buster BARKBUSTERS BHG-152 Kit Tapered Handlebars
    In Tank Fuel Filter Silverline PF1415SL (Repco in Australia) + 6mm fuel hose
    Linkage Kouba link HL1

    Generic Parts List
    http://www.powerhousemotorcycles.com.au/partFinder/fiche/swm/2018/superdual-t#component
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  6. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Any aftermarket levers to fit? Something like Chinese Pazzo knockoffs?
  7. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Some xref numbers:

    Oil filter
    Aprilia 874081, 9150166;
    Husqvarna: 8000B0593;
    Piaggio: 880887
    HiFlo HF563

    Front sprocket: JTF707.14 (14t), .15 (stock) or .16 (case saver will not fit)

    Brake pads:
    F000P01167 xref to FA209 (EBC)
    8000A9231 xref to FA208R (EBC)

    Same set is used in 2010 KTM 690 enduro R

    Galfer #s
    FD172-G1371
    FD165-G1371

    These would fit:
    https://www.sixity.com/front-rear-c...nduro-r-set-full-kit-complete-2048234074.html

    I had used them on different bike and really like ceramics for soft initial bite, consistency over wide range of conditions and long life: 30k rear, 60k front on mostly road application. They are also soft on rotors especially compared to EBC HH. However they will likely be step down in power as most ceramic are G rated not H which I believe oem brembo are.

    Galfer makes HH rated ceramics (numbers above) but you pay EBC level prices
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  8. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    Maybe put a comment after the 16 tooth front sprocket that the case saver will no longer fit.
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  9. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Done.

    Which case saver did you use/fit? A couple years ago my son had a chain break on the way home from Alaska and it punched a hole in crankcase. That was in Canada we ended up leaving bike at dealer and riding home 2up some 2100mi+. Renting uhaul across border was not an option he had to come back and pick it up later in van. So for me it's a must have item now, along with spare front sprocket on long trip.
  10. DavAmb

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  11. cyclopathic

    cyclopathic Long timer

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    Question to community: which sizes of sockets, Allens, etc used on SD, including basic engine/suspension work?. I'm carrying full set and would like to loose some to reduce weight before going east.
  12. icedvolvo

    icedvolvo Adventurer

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  13. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    There is no room what so ever to fit any type of case saver with the 16 tooth front sprocket.
  14. cyclopathic

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    How about stock? I found some info on CafeHusky but it's dated back 2011 and you know how well people reply there.. no offense
  15. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    My took kit less tyre levers.

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    Left hand side all to suit T Bar in centre. All 1/4'' drive. Sockets, screw driver bits and Allen keys.
    Top in bag is numerous 6mm screws. Bottom is Allen keys starting with a 3mm to remove fuse cover under seat and working up to 6mm. 12mm nut welded to 1/4'' drive for front axle nut and short length of 12mm hex key for the same purpose and a spare spark plug.
    Left hand side spanner is 14mm, 27mm for rear axle (have extension pipe to go with it that lives with the tyre levers), spark plug spanner, pliers, 1/4'' T Bar, AAA torch, 13mm, 12mm 10mm and 8mm spanners finishing off with small cable ties.
    I also carry race tape and large cable ties with the tyre levers.
  16. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    The Husky has a cable clutch. This has lots of room. The slave cylinder for the SD hydraulic clutch gets in the way of fitting any type of case saver. Saying that I'd love to be proven wrong. :-)
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  17. mrsdnf

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  18. afordableperformance

    afordableperformance Been here awhile

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    My 2011 TE630 had a hydro clutch, no cable I only geared it down so I don't recall how much room there was, but definately a hydro clutch from the factory.
  19. mrsdnf

    mrsdnf Long timer

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    I posted this earlier. There is no room behind the clutch slave cylinder. If I could build something to fit in there I would have. Not smart enough I guess. :(

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