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August 3rd, 2021, 02:11 PM   #1
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2010 Husaberg FE390 subframe tank problems

I have a 2010 FE390 with the 70degree tank. The green/blue original fuel line ruptured last week so I replaced it with regular fuel line and reinstalled the check valve as I found it. It also had a shut off valve installed that was partially melted from the exhaust heat so I removed it. Prior to all of this the bike idled/ran fantastic. Now it wont idle very long and when riding feels horribly fuel starved. There's no kinks in the other clear line back there either. Where are all the inline fuel filters? I've yet to find a single one. Anyone have any idea of what may have gone wrong here?
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August 3rd, 2021, 02:53 PM   #2
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try to separate failure origins.
- any of the fuel filters full of debris
- injector still working properly
- are grounding connections (battery’-‘) making good contact
- ignition still working properly (electrical contact, timing)
- does the tank stil allow for enough air intake
- are the fuel lines running free; no kinks, no heat build up
- is wiring seated properly and still well insulated
And probably other possible causes should be checked too.
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August 4th, 2021, 10:13 PM   #3
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The usual suspect is the small, ~13mm long conical filter in the black fitting that is screwed to the throttle body on the left side, that the fuel line is fitted to. Take off the fuel line, undo clamp on line, pull off line, filter will usually fall out or be stuck in the black fitting. Replace, it's the same as all later '12 on KTM Husky etc that fits in the fuel line quick connect. Or blow out backwards with air or contact cleaner at least. Then the big 50mm long cylindrical Mahle branded filter in the tank on the fuel pump output line, and also screen on the bottom of the fuel pump that can be removed and blown clean. Also screen on the injector- you need to remove injector, open with 5 volts, spray clean with injector cleaner.
Whatever anybody else says, I DO NOT agree with removing small filter.
Profill in Australia makes a great fabric filter for the tank filler and the fuel pump that I thoroughly recommend, they will solve most problems with dirty fuel.
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