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July 5th, 2009, 04:57 AM   #1
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Workshop manual FE450 2009 ?


I just picked up my new 09 450FE. Does anyone know if you can get or has a workshop manual for this bike as it would be real handy.


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July 5th, 2009, 10:51 AM   #2
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You are not the first to ask about this. It used to be that the manuals were posted for free down load at the .com site but that has happened, yet anyway.

You may have to check with your dealer about ordering one.

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July 5th, 2009, 11:10 AM   #3
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has spares manuals, owners manuals and stuff for the efi settings. unfortuantly no workshop manuel yet
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July 5th, 2009, 03:41 PM   #5
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Hi Guys

This was a posted a while ago by kxf440 "i've got one & i've turned it into an iso image so i can upload it as a torrent to mininova. i'll let you know when it's up.

it's up on mininova search software for "2009 Husaberg repair manual.rar""


I had a look a few times but could not find it.

I'll PMing him.

Regards Steve
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You can buy it from your dealer on CD for approx. $25.

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Thanks guys.

I appreciate your help and advice. I have downloaded data and will have a look when I finish work.

I manage to get out and start to run the Berg in this weekend with some supermoto wheels on her. She is feeling good. I can’t wait to get her on the dirt. The bike feels so light on the move and real smooth power.


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July 6th, 2009, 11:48 PM   #8
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try this link: ... manual.rar
pm me if you are new to this.
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Once again thanks for all your help.

I now just got to work out how much I need to strip off the bike to be able to check the valve clearance, as I not worked on the bike before. I assume you can get to them with the motor in the frame. I assumed once you got the tank, and air box off you should have enough room.

As anyone had much problem with valve need re-shimming on 3-hour service (or come to that any other time) ?

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Hi Mark,

The "hardest" job is to dismount and mount the reservoir.The smallest 1/4 inch ratchet set you can find would be very handy. Teng Tool makes a couple of very nice sets.

- take of the seat,
- take off the tank spoilers, or at least one side.
- dismount the black plastic sub-frame, six bolts.
the middle two bolts need special attention: start with the first two most forward
screws, than loosen one of the two middle screws, leave the two screws that hold the
sub-frame and rear-fender in place for the last.
Now move the arm of the black plastic support outwards so that you can put a 12 mm
spanner on the aluminum threaded tube and undo the screw on the opposite side.
If you don't do it this way it might happen the the aluminum tube will loose it's
embedded position in the tank.
- undo the electrical connection to the fuel-pump
- disconnection the fuel line quick-release
- take off the tank.

- now undo the left- radiator screws, the ones that mount the left radiator to the chassis.
you can leave the right-hand radiator in place.
- Undo the carter ventilation hose
- Take of the four screws holding the rocker cover, it is possible to undo the two M6 bolts
on the right-hand side with the small ratchet set.
the alternative is to loose the right-hand radiator to get better access.

-now follow the instructions in the repair manual to check the valve clearance.

My experience with the 4 FE 2009 bikes I use is very positive. They accumulated 42.000 km and adjustments are seldom needed and far apart.
I'm confident that the tappets don't need to be adjusted. Just make a note of the clearances for future reference.

hope this is of any help,
cheers, Adriaan
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