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May 16th, 2018, 11:34 AM   #1
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Husaberg FS650 - 2003 Electric starter


Is there any solution to fix Husaberg 650 bad electric starter?

The model on the starter is: Mitsuba SM-14 12V
I have a spare starter as well: Mitsuba F.N.E 12V (I have never tested it).

The starter can crank the engine when i pull the decomp wire, but when I let go, it doesn't have enough power. Not even when I used a car battery.

Previous owner did change the stator.

The bike starts easy with kick starter.
The valves are correct, 0,10 mm.

Please give me some tips or a guide for a solution.

Best regards
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May 16th, 2018, 12:12 PM   #2
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Hello Robert

make sure the white wire into the 'coil' is live when you press the starter button. this boosts the coil spark.

there are many stronger starters of which I sell one with a mounting bracket.

make sure you have a CTZ7s or YTZ7s battery.

the starter is likely ther problem.

the other thing can be an over advanced ignition timing. I have a video about the timing in the taffmeisters FB page.


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