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November 23rd, 2005, 09:42 AM   #1
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Hello from Germany

Hello,

i'm new in this froum and want to say hello. I'm from southern Germany Ingolstadt and working at audi.
Last week i bought an fe 600 98 and now i' searching for help.

Because this bike was out of use for 4 years and now i cleaned the carburator and also the spark plug is working also but the engine will not run (but outside temp about 0°C).

Is there anything else what i have to look for or has somebody of you an repai or owner's maunal ?

Are there any parts in the engine which will be better replaced befor i change to supermoto?

This time i'm riding an Yamaha tt600R SM but thats not enough power

So i changed to swedish power

THanks for your help

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November 23rd, 2005, 10:03 AM   #2
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Re: Hello from Germany

Good choice,I changed my TT600R-SM also for a Husaberg.
Big change ,for the good!!!For your engine problems,There are plenty of people here with great Berg knowledge who can give you some tips.
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November 23rd, 2005, 10:08 AM   #3
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Re: Hello from Germany

And you don't have any problems with your engine?
For special valve aktuator bearings?



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Re: Hello from Germany

Welcome sir!

Have you gapped your valves?? Is your carb adjusted to the proper specs, regarding Idle speed and Idle air mixture?

You can find the Hard starting guide in the downloads sections. Read it, it has lots of good stuff in it.

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November 23rd, 2005, 10:39 AM   #5
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No i don't because i've no adjustement values.

But the engine ran 4 years ago without problems. Do you know how many turns the air valve must have and the stand speed screw?

Sorry for my bad english but i don't know how all the word are spelled correct but i hope you understand me..

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Re: Hello from Germany

Hey buddy,

Honestly, I'm not so sure. I have only had smaller bikes. BUT, like I said, head to the downloads section, and you should be able to download the manual for that year. In it, will be all the settings for the carb. Good starting point. The "99 workshop Manual" page 22 is what you should look for in downloads.

After you have tried these things, and read through the Hardstarting guide, and STILL can't get her fired up, come back and drill us with what you have found.

Good luck!!!

-Parsko

PS- How's your leg feel

Also, check your signature at the bottom, I don't think you are saying your third line quite right.
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Re: Hello from Germany

The valve lash is 0.1mm or .004"..........

Go here for the 1/8th turn method which will be the easiest way for you to get it spot on.

The carb setting for a '98 Fe600 are:

Main Jet: 195
Needle Jet: DR268
Needle: K51
Needle clip posn: #3
Pilot Jet: 35
Throttle: 40
Float valve 300
Starter jet: 45
Mixture screw 1 1/2 turns

First thing you will need to do is go to the "downloads" section of the site.
I have link HERE to get you there and you should be able to get a copy of a workshop manual or go to the www.husaberg.se website and they have a downloads section for you to download a manual. Happy husaberg fixing and welcome to the site!

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Re: Hello from Germany

Wiekommen Sei! Ich bin Doctor Corey . Welcome and congratulations on your trade-up. You'll get that bike running soon enough with some good technical help from the UHE. Regarding your English, it is about as good or better than some of the scholarly compositions posted by our rocket scientists. Auf wiedersehen, Corey
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Re: Hello from Germany

Thanks so far,

on saturday i'll trie it again because today's about -5°C. I checked the carb settings and they are correct.

Have you guys some other tips for changing the engine to Supermoto. Are there any problems with the oil (pressure, temp)?

So again thanks for your help and i think this forum is a good one.

If the engine is running at saturday i've another few questions, but more on sunday.....

Schönen Abend noch......

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Re: Hello from Germany

Originally Posted by Suicideracing

So again thanks for your help and i think this forum is a good one.


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