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Emiiilz July 31st, 2016 09:55 AM

650 FS, eat oil - little valve noise and hard to start.
 
Husaberg 650fs 2002. I buy it for 2 week ago.

The engine eats oil, after riding around 1 hour and it has takes around 2-3dl of oil. Not smoking, and no leaking? Dont se oil in the engine glass when the bike is off and straight.

I have adjust the valves to, with 1/6, but i think i have little valve noise, or maby these engine just sound like that?

And i have hard to start the bike to, i think its because the ignition system, my flywheel dont look very nice, normal problem? I dont always get ignition at the sparkplug when i turn the engine over, but when i got it looks nice, but with my ignition tester it will not fix 5-7mm, more like 3-4mm..

When the bike is running its run very nice!
Emiiilz

Taffy July 31st, 2016 01:19 PM

200-300dl? what is 300dl? is that 300ml? same as 300cc?

realistically, the onloy way you can lose that oil is to misunderstand what is happening or that the pistonm is badly worn and you cannot see the oil in the exhaust gases!

regards

Taffy

Emiiilz July 31st, 2016 02:14 PM

200-300ml of oil i mean!

helithumper August 4th, 2016 03:19 PM

either your rings are shot, or your getting tons of oil through your engine breather. remove the air filter and see how much oil is sitting in the frame.

My 2005 650 was the same thing and it ended up being a warped cylinder and oil going through the engine breather.

Taffy August 6th, 2016 01:50 AM

all those 2002s are worn right out inside. a rebuild is easily 1,000. it's a job to know where to stop with them. you need to be a very good mechanic with them.

if you ever to take it to a shop - get it here to me in the UK.

regards

Taffy


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