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January 3rd, 2021, 07:50 AM   #1
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I Ride: FE 650 (2005)
automatic decompressor - starting problem Husabrg FE 650 (2005)

Hello community and Husaberg motorcycle fans. For a long time (after the total GO a year ago) I have a problem with starting. In the brand service, they did a complete repair of the engine, starter and gave me a new battery. However, the technician dismantled the automatic decompressor (allegedly no longer used in new models and said it was not needed). I have destroyed several batteries since then and it is still a problem to start with an electric starter. I'm buying more and more powerful batteries. This winter I want to buy and refit an automatic decompressor. Do you have any experience with operation with and without automatic decompressor?
I have an ignition from the Czech company Ignitech and a caburator Dellorto.

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January 3rd, 2021, 12:54 PM   #2
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surely is not a 2005 then?

you must have the auto decomp fitted. the mechanic is 100% totally wrong and is responsible for your empty wallet.

call him a tit and ask for some money back.

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