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May 29th, 2014, 01:37 PM   #1
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hello,

i'm looking for a conrod for my 2000 husaberg fe400.in pic there are the measures of it.can please someone help me?

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May 29th, 2014, 05:01 PM   #2
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Hi Rui

thanks for the picture

if you measure or calculate the length from center to center and also the width you could ask about a KTM 400 rfs rod on the KTM RFS forum .. I can do that for you if you measure the width and length centre to centre.

you may also find something about right from Carrillo catalog or prox

Carrillo rod listing is on page 64 of the powersports catalog found here

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http://www.pro-x.com/downloads/technical.pdf

however what I would do if it happens that I ever can't find a genuine rod is to have Carrillo make one from scratch and use a prox big end pin/ bearing then you know its right.
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May 29th, 2014, 05:24 PM   #3
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see in the picture if that's enough..if you can help i would appreciate.thanks a lot
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May 30th, 2014, 12:32 AM   #4
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he's wrong again! DO NOT LISTEN TO BUSHMECHANIC.

don't listen to the man!

do not use a Prox pin on this occasion.

I have genuine pins in stock. A REAL MECHANIC KNOWS WHY YOU CAN'T USE THE PROX PIN FROM ANOTHER BIKE ON THIS OCCASION..............

I can repair your rod. and i think that this is the cheapest and best option for you. I think it'll be around 200 with a new pin and bearing as well as little end bush, Rui. OK?

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Hi rui yes I got your PM

still need the width .. at both ends

there is a 1mm longer husqy rod in the Carrillo cat that is 18mm wide at the big end and 22mm wide at the piston end pg 70

HU-610<-04999N

127.00 long

22.02 piston end width

17.98 big end width

38.000 big end ID

small end ID 22mm

you would need to fit a bushing at the small end and perhaps reduce the width at the little end and it is heavy .. 361gm

if you need a special pin for some reason trick titanium can make them but lead time is rediculous. there are other places to get new pins

I would not trust a rod repair .. just MHO ... not an attack
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Hi Rui

I asked on KTM talk for you

there is a 126mm rod for a KTM stroker build of some configuration

will find out more dimensions on it later

if the "real mechanic" would explain why the pins are different a real engineer and machinist can tell you how to make it work.

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from the real mechanics:

its very similar to a 2006 ktm 560 rod with a bushing added to the small end, 126mm long 20mm pin end 38mm big end

can only get it via ktm if you buy a complete crank

they also suggest for a new rod then Carrillo is recommended, further if you want someone to organise it and a new pin contact Travis at thumperracing ThumperRacing

the KTM 560 now relies on carillo rods to rebuild the crank so they definitely can make you one

Travis has let me know he has 3 KTM 560 rods in stock

there are also Arrows custom conrods but there is no feedback on them

you haven't given the specifics of your pin and Taffy isn't going to share the required information that could help you but very generally speaking it is most always possible to modify a pin for any required application. he claims it can't be done but does so with all the mechanical dexterity and machining experience of an impotent cane toad.

from the real machinist:

if the big end oil holes do not align take a 3mm diamond coated spherical burr in a die grinder and grind a 1-2mm deep groove in the ID of the crank pin bore to connect the oil passages. if the oil passages require enlarging use diamond coated burrs, if the pin is too long grind it down, if the pin is up to 4mm too short split the difference either side and weld the pin ends.

I hope you can get something sorted out and get your bike running again .. no bike = no good.

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Originally Posted by bushmechanic View Post

from the real machinist:

if the big end oil holes do not align take a 3mm diamond coated spherical burr in a die grinder and grind a 1-2mm deep groove in the ID of the crank pin bore to connect the oil passages. if the oil passages require enlarging use diamond coated burrs, if the pin is too long grind it down, if the pin is up to 4mm too short split the difference either side and weld the pin ends.
someone else tell him. I'm still laughing too hard

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if the OD isn't right that's fixable too

the only joke is that a "real mechanic" can't make it work
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Hi all

I must leave a message here

Taffy asked me to tell you BUSHIE, that the 2000 and prior have no oil feed into the crank.

So message delivered


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