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Husaberg FE 650 E

2006 Husaberg FE650E – Rider Magazine

Tuesday, 24, 2009

After our raving of the ‘Berg 650 (April ’06), we literally shaking in our boots Husaberg representatives asked us if we to throw the bike into our Haul fleet. We were because we were sitting on the and it was idling. Yes, Husabergs are and exclusive, and now we are going to find out for about their durability.Our good time on the bike during our test.

And yes, we joke about the vibration we’ve shaken every clich out of us. There isn’t to do when you cram such a piston inside such a motor. But all of the riders became to the vibes pretty easy; in they are only bothersome you really rev the bike, which to happen only when

The downfall is that the shakes taken their toll in a of ways. First in loosening the screw. Then vibrating the mount bolts loose.

The nut holding the primary gear was followed by one of the bolts holding the motor. Could we have this stuff if we checked things more? Yes, but not used to doing that. But the 650 is us.With this bike you to change the oil every ride. is very little in the motor (1 and it gets hot and the motor actually a bit.

Although the filters do a good it is just plain simple to it often, especially considering this bike costs in the place. We are doing an oil filter every three changes to be safe. Another thing we are is there isn’t much stuff available for the Husaberg and includes things like skid plates, chains and pads.

And even if parts other bikes fit, as a lot of the is the same as on a KTM, it isn’t as fitting. Plus, the specific is so specialized that it is in demand and on backorder.Even though we were hard on the bike in our trail we wanted to really throw a on it, so we entered it in the Six Hours of Glen

Basic prep included the headlight lens (we’ve broken one from roost) and a set of Michelin tires, an M12 and an S12. We the stock bar with a Fasst Flexx Bar for more comfort, a cracked radiator shroud and up. The race was a muddy mess turned into perfection by the end of the

Together with Ryan I finished third overall and have won it had we not suffered a flat which we changed (not wheels like some guys might have-we have a spare in the first and that put us a lap down. We unlapped and got back in the game but never striking distance of the lead. The surprised a lot of people by finishing and more by running so strong the time.After that, it was time for maintenance.

Husaberg FE 650 E

The biggest issue was it had used up most of its coolant mud-clogged radiators. Second was …-knock coming out of the motor. was traced to the loose primary nut by Rick Bozarth at BOSS And the sprocket and chain were

We’d also eaten up set of rear brake pads (I brake-dragger Orr).We replaced the radiator shroud and matched it a fresh one on the other side and put on an MSR Parts Z-ring chain with stock replacement Now it’s back to more riding because I have a of kids who don’t think an old guy on a can keep up with them. I to make kids suffer, but have no idea!Running Tally #1

Hours on Bike: 45


Sunline Pro Grip Kit:

Fasst Company Flexx $299Maintenance and Repairs: $565.10 including tires)

Husaberg FE 650 E
Husaberg FE 650 E


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