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February 2nd, 2012, 06:57 PM   #11
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

The dyno run just shows the gain after finetuning the 1% richer mixture, yes ?

Do you know what the stock 565cc bike did on the same dydno before the 610cc kit went in ?
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

yes that is correct, unfortunatley the $300 and 350km round trip was a bit too much for my budget. Wierus did one on his stock '10 FS 570 here http://husaberg.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=15388. Comparing the two it would seeem that I have blown my dough on face value but I don think there are two dynos that read the same anywhere. It is interesting to note the my peak figures arrive earlier and max torque for the 610 is higher.
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

FE570 stock with just Akra slip on and seat on we have consistently got 55-56 rwhp on our local dyno, compared to 59-60rwhp on the same dyno for '07-'08 FE650's

Seem like the 610 kit should bring it close to the 628 stock.

Opening the air box is the key to unlock about 4-5rwhp is my feeeling, then bolt on the Dakar rally header and that will be good for about another 2-4rwhp

so a 610 with all the above should get 65rwhp is my expectation
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

I think you are on the money there gazza, I just spoke to the operator who did my bike and he advises that in the 8 years he has had his Dyno dynamics dyno you can add 10% to his figure to compare to a DynoJet. For example a CR 500 would crank 50 hp, 52hp for a fit example on his dyno. So I should have around 63 Dynojet hp.
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seat on and seat off was worth 2 hp on the dynojet dyno that was used first or about 4%. Cant figure out how to resize the sheets to get them on here.
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

Berglsmerg what about a bergos throttle body? or bore out the current one.

i think a cam would be worth looking at too
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yea yea cam would be the go any suggestions ? They seem to be a bit thin on the ground.
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

something that closes the intakes early and still has mega long duration above 3mm lift

I have a "hammer of thorr" on order, don't see why the profile wouldn't be a good thing in your engine too, i'll let you know how it goes, I reckon Travis might have already tried one if not in the berg in the katoom
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

I was really keen to upgrade my 570 to 610 as I needed a new piston and bore for my bike. I emailed thumper racing asking about the kit and how I go about getting one to Australia and received no reply. I even mentioned that I read about it on this site. In the mean time Husaberg Australia have supplied me with a new piston and bore under warranty ( long story! ) so i no longer require the kit. Their loss and perhaps mine too, for now.
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Re: Thumper Racing 610 kit.

Originally Posted by akshun
I was really keen to upgrade my 570 to 610 as I needed a new piston and bore for my bike. I emailed thumper racing asking about the kit and how I go about getting one to Australia and received no reply. I even mentioned that I read about it on this site. In the mean time Husaberg Australia have supplied me with a new piston and bore under warranty ( long story! ) so i no longer require the kit. Their loss and perhaps mine too, for now.
Travis from thumper racing is having some health issues at the moment, this could be the reason for not receiving a reply.
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