Husqvarna Lets see your Husky

I just left Up-tite, sold the last 610 last week. The TE630 is only 5,999.00, you better get on that now. Loose the twin pipes and loose 30 lbs. Better move slow boy!
As much as I'd love to...no can do. Still catching up on the bills from when I was laid off...once my trucks paid off it's a go!. I'll have to take my chances with the deals.

What do you think...the 511 or 630?
 
511, just sayin since they are both big and heavy. :P
As much as I'd love to...no can do. Still catching up on the bills from when I was laid off...once my trucks paid off it's a go!. I'll have to take my chances with the deals.

What do you think...the 511 or 630?
 
As much as I'd love to...no can do. Still catching up on the bills from when I was laid off...once my trucks paid off it's a go!. I'll have to take my chances with the deals.

What do you think...the 511 or 630?
Never road either or with you, I like the 630 and dump the pipes.
 
Those are completely different bikes....
I know........which is making it a tough decision...I don't have the luxury of having something for each occassion so I want to make sure I make the right one. I'm used to the BIG bike feel so I'm leaning towards the 630 PLUS it has a normal tank location, size is 3+ gals, softer seat but the weight is 330...I like the 511 because it's lighter (260ish), but that's about it.....They kind of trashed it in DB for being sluggish, flames out on occassion... :thinking: :thinking: :thinking: That's on the new bikes...I may consider (as you mentioned) an older bike...a TE610/510, e start, O/S tank, etc...I've seen several...so by the time I'm ready to buy I should know for sure.
 
I know........which is making it a tough decision...I don't have the luxury of having something for each occassion so I want to make sure I make the right one. I'm used to the BIG bike feel so I'm leaning towards the 630 PLUS it has a normal tank location, size is 3+ gals, softer seat but the weight is 330...I like the 511 because it's lighter (260ish), but that's about it.....They kind of trashed it in DB for being sluggish, flames out on occassion... :thinking: :thinking: :thinking: That's on the new bikes...I may consider (as you mentioned) an older bike...a TE610/510, e start, O/S tank, etc...I've seen several...so by the time I'm ready to buy I should know for sure.
That is "out of the box" conditions, once you break it in, power it up you will need to zip=tie or glue your hands to the grips. Any new chocked up Dual Sport bike is going to be like that out of the box. Remember Rez, loose the dual pipes (added wieght no bennifit) and put the power up on it after break in, heat cycles, 600 miles w/low RPM gains and it will fricken rip! That is if you get the new 630 in time for the deal of 5,999.00
 
That is "out of the box" conditions, once you break it in, power it up you will need to zip=tie or glue your hands to the grips. Any new chocked up Dual Sport bike is going to be like that out of the box. Remember Rez, loose the dual pipes (added wieght no bennifit) and put the power up on it after break in, heat cycles, 600 miles w/low RPM gains and it will fricken rip! That is if you get the new 630 in time for the deal of 5,999.00
That price is to hard to pass up......Apparently it is a manufacturers authorized discount. I've seen others from cycletrader, Moto Forza, GPmotorcycles, MSR that have similar pricess but none lower than $6000. You're right about the duals...that will go.
 
There are cats in "each" pipe, WTF. Lets add 40 pounds to the bike. The R&D guy for Husky should have his head examined. Not a rider for sure.:banghead:
 
There are cats in "each" pipe, WTF. Lets add 40 pounds to the bike. The R&D guy for Husky should have his head examined. Not a rider for sure.:banghead:
They mentioned something about the duals on the vid CDA loaded but I couldn't hear it here at work...had to have the vol down. How easy is it to "strip the Emiss shizzle off and "adjust" the EFI for more power?
 
They mentioned something about the duals on the vid CDA loaded but I couldn't hear it here at work...had to have the vol down. How easy is it to "strip the Emiss shizzle off and "adjust" the EFI for more power?
My 610 was good for just the strip. No need to adjust. All that stuff just fell off. :prof: :devil: :thinking:
 
My 610 was good for just the strip. No need to adjust. All that stuff just fell off. :prof: :devil: :thinking:
When I was at MS on 3 seperate occassions I got 3 different stories...1st one (last year), once I bought the bike I'd have to take delivery (drive it off the lot) bring it back and they'd take care of it, 2nd one (1 month ago) buy it and they'd furnish the info on the "how to" remove, adjust, etc, 3rd (last week) said they can't tell me anything....BUT there are ways! I've seen some write ups on CH where they've unhooked, capped off, plugged in, tightened, loosened, etc...VEE HAVE VAYS TO MAKE IT SCREAM YA...:prof:
 
When I was at MS on 3 seperate occassions I got 3 different stories...1st one (last year), once I bought the bike I'd have to take delivery (drive it off the lot) bring it back and they'd take care of it, 2nd one (1 month ago) buy it and they'd furnish the info on the "how to" remove, adjust, etc, 3rd (last week) said they can't tell me anything....BUT there are ways! I've seen some write ups on CH where they've unhooked, capped off, plugged in, tightened, loosened, etc...VEE HAVE VAYS TO MAKE IT SCREAM YA...:prof:
What do you expect from zit-faced kids selling bike for MC. :thinking: You need to talk to the right person. GEORGE, Dam it! Here is how it went: Took delivery of my bike from Halls (they shipped it, 610 not the TE450) I un-crated it, put it on the stand a lubed all the bearing points (swing axle-linckage, steering head, wheel bearings) Re-tork all bolts to spec. I did 5 heat cycles, 1st and 2nd for 5 minutes, 3rd and 4th for 10 minutes and the 5th one for 15 minutes. Heat cycle is let it warm up at idle first 2, cool for 15 minutes, second 2 at idle with a little RPM gain, cool down the same, 5th time was idle to a higher RPM and flex up and down until fan turned on. Let it cool for about 1/2 hour. Then I gave it a run through the gears out on the street and never ripped up on RPM on it for 200 miles I think and changed the oil (not filter). At 600 miles I gave it an oil change with filter and pushed it hard. At 900 miles I gave it to George and he did the pipe and parts removal. no need to tune the FI because it all fell into spec. Yes, it "was" still under warranty 1 year on the 610 and 6 months on the 450, but it is voided as soon as you do the power up regardless of what or who at MC tells you. Period!
With the TE450 I got from George, he does all the un-crating, lube, and heat cycles. You do the first 600 and he helps with the first oil change before you get there. It was the hardest thing to do the first 600 miles and not want to push it hard. After over 5,500 miles on my 450 I firmly believe that his break in procedure is key to a long lasting motor. You will hear other claims to ride it like you stoled it nut after laying over 8 grand on a bike I was not about to see failure in the first few years of operation. Now that I have had it for three years with nothing but a batterie and fork seals I would do it the same. I have over 3,600 on the 610 and no problems. So, there you have it! :blah: :blah: :blah:

Oh ya, the 450 needed a little tweak on the FI but not since then. OMG just seen this: http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/mcy/2529122419.html
 
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