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December 19th, 2014, 07:45 AM   #1
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Header pipe replaced, bike dies when throttled

I recently replaced the header pipe for my Husaberg 2013 FE 501 and now it dies whenever I push the throttle.
I was wondering if anybody has had the same problem and whether it's normal. Also if anyone has any possible fixes.

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December 19th, 2014, 08:06 AM   #2
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most probably the pipe change has nothing in common with the problem. I would say, something is stuck in the fuel intake system, e.g. screen before injector or something like that.
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Someone told me when you change the exhaust you have to change the mapping system. Could that be it?
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its more fine-tunning compared to your situation, when the engine dies. in my opinion, that could not be it. chanching just pipes can lead to change in power in different revs compared to what it was, but not what your bike does.
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I thought the 2013 Husas and KTMs all had bog issues due to the TPS calibration. Most folks had very good luck with calibrating their TPS (volt meter and torx to set voltage for closed throttle, etc.).
Maybe you've upset this even further with the header change.
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