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April 10th, 2017, 08:24 AM   #11
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I Ride: '08 HUSKY te610
"nobody ever listens to the old guy"
i think you should leave it at my house for a year or two and let me see what the problem is.
fwiw, i have NEVER had to use the hot start on any of my bergs.
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April 23rd, 2017, 10:56 AM   #12
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I Ride: 2004 Fe550e
I pulled the carb out again reset the float past spec.(more fuel in the bowl)
Cleaned everything up backed off the squirt, ckecked the new plug=dark and sooty...adjusted valve clearance..backed off decompression cable to make sure it wasnt partially engaging..same result under hard engine braking it dies. It feels like it ran out of fuel. It will start up only after it comes to a complete stop. Talked to the previous owner again, he only used it for trail riding, mostly just second and third gear so he never experienced a stalling problem. I have to find another bike that i can ride for now. I will come back to the Husaberg soon and try to sort it out. If anybody runs across a similar problem any solutions would be appreciated. Thanks for everybody's help sorting out water pump seal/left case/kickstart problems
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