Good thing you did not force it. Glad to hear you got your problem sorted.
This forum and the Husaberg Forum on KTMTalk are fantastic resources. These new bikes seem to be inherently reliable but they do have some common bugaboos that are well discussed in the forums.
These are in summary:
1) The stock fuel filter may not stop all the debris, resulting in injector problems. Addressable by replacing the stock quick connect under the tank with an inline canister filter.
Newer bikes can get a white film on the fuel pump filter screen. Something to do with mold release or something in the tank when new from the factory. Mine did not have it, but some really get plugged up.
2) The exhaust pipe gets hot and can cause the gas to boil in the tank. Addressable by lining the bottom of the tank with heat reflective tape and wrapping the rear section (ahead of the silencer) with DEI header wrap, available at Autozone type stores. Ceramic coating is a good idea too that I want to pursue.
The stock exhaust has 2 discs in the end held on by a star nut. These are purposely restrictive. Restriction in the exhaust builds heat. Get rid of them.
3) The gas cap has a gray ball inside to seal it off. It is suggested to get rid of that too, so the tank does not pressurize if the gas gets hot and boils. I also drilled the vent out too while I was at it, as it has a wee tiny hole. Also threw away the 3 pronged thingie in the cap so it twists off easily and normally, without having to push down on the gray vent part.
4) The fuel pump electrical connects inside the gas tank can disconnect, safety wiring these on is a good idea.
5) The rear end like more sag than normal. Set race sag around 120mm (around 4.5") instead of the usual 4" (100 mm). The stock springs are soft if you weigh more than 180 or so.
Sounds like i am bitching - I am not - these are amazing bikes. They are even better with some setup though