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February 20th, 2010, 08:51 AM   #1
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'09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

Hi guys. This is my first post here. Iíll be picking up my í09 FE570 within the next 2 weeks, and I need to setup the bike to be street legal. I would like to avoid buying the OEM Husaberg light kit, since I feel I can do better with my own parts: Trail Tech X2 halogen headlight, LED tail/brake light, LED flush mount rear turn signals, and stalk mount front signals. However, I would like to utilize as much of the factory wiring harness as possible, for a clean install. I did a lot of reading and searching here, but I still have a bunch of questions.

1. Multi-function switch: Has anyone used a switch that controls the headlight (hi/low/off), turn signals, and horn? Will a switch like this off a KTM í08 450/530exc plug into the OEM Husaberg harness? All I see discussed here is the Husaberg OEM switch (part number 50311070000) that only controls the headlight and kill switch.

2. Turn Signals: What additional wiring harness parts do I need to add turn signals? From the parts diagram http://www.husaberg.com/fileadmin/user_ ... _EU_EN.pdf on page 25, I see harness numbers 4 and 5 are part of the circuit. Are these already on the stock US bike, or do need to purchase them? Harness number 4 has five plugs on the front. I assume the 2 smallest ones are for the front signals. The one closest to the front number plate might be the power supply to the circuit. I guess the other 2 plugs are for the switch and for the flasher. Is this correct? Also, do I need to purchase the OEM flasher, or is it already on the stock bike?

3. Horn: where is the plug that the horn connects to, and where is the plug that goes to the horn switch/button?

4. Rear brake light switch: is this all I need for the rear brake light switch? http://www.bobscycle.com/browse.cfm/4,1 ... AFF=690FGL

5. Headlight: I plan to use the OEM headlight wiring harness (part number 54811001050), and soldering the connections directly to the Trail Tech X2 headlight for high and low beam. On page 31 of the parts diagram, I see the harness has 4 plugs on the front side. What are all these plugs for? BTW, Iím aware that I shouldnít run both beams simultaneously since it will draw more than the 10 amps the circuit is rated for.

6. Connectors: does anyone know what specific connectors I will need to plug my own tail/brake light and turn signals into the factory wiring harness?
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February 20th, 2010, 10:36 AM   #2
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Re: '09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

I can't speak to the specific parts or connections since I went with the kit that my dealer installed, but I can give a few clues:

1) There is indeed a part for the all in one headlight switch that is the Euro type in that it turns off the headlight. That is what I have.

2) As far as I know the wiring harness has all the points to plug into, but you may need to get some additional wiring for certain things, but you should not need to do any custom wiring.

3) All of the parts I have seen come in KTM boxes, so they seem to be KTM parts.

4) You will probably also want the front brake lever switch. The connection point is under the gas tank.

5) There is a retrofit for the low fuel warning light. While you are putting this together you might as well do that too. This is a thirsty beast.
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February 20th, 2010, 03:14 PM   #3
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Re: '09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

Thanks CodeMonkey. Any chance you can post a photo of that headlight switch?

Can anyone else offer some input? I have no idea what harnesses I need to buy.
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Re: '09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

Maybe in a day or two. I am stuck inside with the crud.

I thought maybe it would appear in one of the other pics I have taken, but I can't find one.

I did find this though - maybe it will be helpful:

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Re: '09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

Better yet, there are several decent photos of the switch on page 11 and page 12 of the user's manual.


If you don't have the manual, you can download it from Husaberg, or I think from here.
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Re: '09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

Ah yes, that helps a lot. Thanks! I see that the flasher switch attaches to the headlight switch via a bracket, making it essential one big switch.

I just noticed that I have been looking at the EU spare parts diagrams. When I look at the US diagrams, all the lighting harnesses are missing. However, from what I've read here, the '09 US bikes do seem to have at least the main lighting harness (for the headlight and tail light), correct? If this is true, then that's a huge error for the US parts diagram (or an oversight for not pulling the harnesses off the US-bound bikes).

Can anyone confirm that the US bikes also have the turn signal wiring harness?
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Re: '09 FE570 Dual Sport Setup

IIRC, my dealer said that an additional harness was needed for the turn signals.

I decided not to install any because in WA state, if they don't have them from the factory, turn signals are not required. Also, they would just get torn off on the trail anyway.
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