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August 9th, 2007, 02:12 AM   #11
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Re: RE: honda ???????

Originally Posted by I-pity-the-fool
you dudes need to harden up.
Give it a good service & set the valves. Then give it a good kick.
My FE650 motard has no starter & starts 2nd kick when cold with the choke on, & first kick when hot.
eeeuuuwww!

you're not just a pretty boy then you butch thing! (LOL!!)

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August 9th, 2007, 02:51 AM   #12
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I just like to save my hardness for something else

The Husaberg 650 e-start motor is a mitsuba sm-13. Honda have used slightly different motors along the years on the CBR. I ended up with a mitsuba sm-14 motor which is longer and has a slightly larger diameter so I had to grind a little bit from the engine cases and make up my own brackers.

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August 9th, 2007, 07:26 AM   #13
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Sm-14 worked from a CBR worked fine on my 2001 501, all I needed was a bracket.

Sometimes you need to look at the photo and make sure you do not take the one with the two rods along the sides, as well as the one with the bolt holes flushed with the side but flush with the "knob" in the back. Oh well, just look at the photo!!!
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Re: RE: honda ???????

Originally Posted by I-pity-the-fool
you dudes need to harden up.
Give it a good service & set the valves. Then give it a good kick.
My FE650 motard has no starter & starts 2nd kick when cold with the choke on, & first kick when hot.
I will tell my daughter who rides the Berg what you say . She had no problem starting my 620 KTM because the kick starter was lower on the bike and longer for some reason . But the Berg is higher and kicks harder. So I will tell to grow a pair, because I not giving her my 950 sm. Although she did just turn 16,yea she rocks the Berg and scares the crap out of me . So I guess i am a little soft. LOL
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August 10th, 2007, 01:36 AM   #15
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RE: Re: RE: honda ???????

HOW DO !!!

You can have a brand spanker of a starter motor, a battery of the QE2 and it will still be a barsteward to start if your valves and carb jetting is out . I have a leccy boot on my 05 FS650 and if ime honest i probabley kick it 70% of the time
(must be a macho butch thing). Get the pilot jet and mixture right do the valves and spend your well earned on something nice for her indoors or whatever
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August 10th, 2007, 07:51 PM   #16
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The thing that pisses me is the hit and miss.Put 2nd ground ,new relay ,new battery,newstarter ,so on. Still doesnt button start , I've watched other bike same as ours, button start time after time in the same shop.
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RE: Re: RE: honda ???????

all thing being equal, they should be no mechanical reason why it won't start. check that auto decomp, valve lash and jetting, it will go.
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RE: Re: RE: honda ???????

FYI:
I tried an Honda CB900RR starter. Big, strong, but small this rev, it's does not turn the engine quickly.
(the starter would have been needed for '03 FE650)
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