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March 15th, 2019, 11:36 AM   #11
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Copper or brass looking particles are the small guide Bush for the clutch pushrod inside the gearbox input Shaft. Older bikes than yours have bushes inside the rocker arms too but they don't chunk like that
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Check the copper with a magnet if it sticks it’s not copper
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July 18th, 2019, 06:52 AM   #13
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Same thinking with my 450, nothing in the oil filter. Always have those debrit. I play lot with th clutch in technical trail.
Can some one tell me if it's clutch partical?
Th clutch was very hot dit make some noise few minutes after hard muddy ride.
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July 18th, 2019, 07:35 AM   #14
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please measure the length of your oil straibner? is it 83mm or longer?

Metal like that can still be from anything. it is important that you know your bike and keep cleaning the magnet. by the third oil change if you still have that you have an ongoing problem. main bearings are the usual culprit.

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Same thinking with my 450, nothing in the oil filter. Always have those debrit. I play lot with th clutch in technical trail.
Can some one tell me if it's clutch partical?
Th clutch was very hot dit make some noise few minutes after hard muddy ride.
looks like your bike ate a spring.
my guess it is the spring in the oil pressure relief valve.
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Hi Taff,

The part size is 81 x 14 mm.
Yes the engine overheat and stall for minimum 30 min. My radiator seems to have a small leak when it's hot and I was riding with maybe half of the prestone needed. The mud under the engine and the guard didn't help.

It's seems like a small spring destroyed by compression.
It's there a way to inspect the bypass oil pressure spring?

The bike start at the first or second crank when cold.

The partical are there at least since 2 old change change every 10-12h. I'll make a 4h ride this week-end. Maybe I'll flush the oil and see if it's coming back.

If still there, I should split the engine? New bearing in prevention?
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August 8th, 2019, 09:58 AM   #17
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there is an oil drain UNDER the engine. this can be seen on page 20 of the engine parts book and item number 42; 58038023300

I suspect this spring is missing. if not tthis spring then look through the parts book and chase for others.

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Hi,

3h ride, flush oil, again small parts. See image.

Is it normal that oil strainer is a bit loose? The rubber seems not to make any difference.

No drain plug under the engine. See image, only a small hole.

Should I remove the hydrolic clutch system the reatch the oil pressure spring, I guest it's that bolt? See image

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don't touch that screw under the engine.

the drain is on the right hand side at the bottom but most definately not underneath.

not sure what the problem is but just keep riding it and changing oil. to check the mains you can put it on the sidestand, take the ignition cover off and grab the flywheel, try and clonk it up and down...other than that, keep riding it. it's going to go one of two ways isn't it?

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August 14th, 2019, 11:17 AM   #20
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Greetings from NH. I am new to the forum and this is my first post. Riding a 2014 Husaberg FE350 that I picked up used at about 3000 miles and 130 hours. I put around 500 miles and 25 hours on it over the past year. Recently noticed some tough upshifts as well as some "strange" noises. I'm new to 4 strokes so unsure if normal noises or not.
Anyway, just changed oil and found metallic slivers on magnetic drain plug. Screen was clean and no significant debris on my oil filter. Running Bel Ray 4T Thumper 10w50. How alarmed should I be?
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