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December 11th, 2017, 04:03 AM   #1
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From: Poland

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Hi for all!
I Love my KTM 950ADV but I need something more quaint
Now I wanna have fe570 but first I must know everything about it. I hope I will find with yours help!
Best regards for all crazy users!!

Lerzak from Poland!
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December 13th, 2017, 11:59 AM   #2
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I Ride: FE450, LC8
to pisz do mnie, mam LC8 i FE450 a kiedyś był 570

then write to me i have LC8 and FE450 befor 570
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January 12th, 2018, 12:26 AM   #3
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Hooooo Rumpel! Nie wiedziałem, że masz husaberga, a już absolutnie że miałeś 570. Nic się nie chwaliłeś! Pozdr Lerzak vel Wibciu!
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January 12th, 2018, 04:53 AM   #4
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I Ride: '07Exc 525 & '07 FS 550.Just sold ' 08 Ktm 450 sxf.
Hey dude! Andrzej here. Between my son and I we have two 450's two 550's. They are fantastic bikes. 2009 on motors were more forgiving design but heavier. You have found truly great place for information here. All useful information is in English. Private message in Polish is fine. If you use other language on main forum people just don't understand and 99% of information will not open up. I'm Polski too.
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January 18th, 2018, 10:52 PM   #5
Joined: Dec 2016
From: Port Moody, BC, Canada

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I Ride: Husaberg 400 FE
Husabergs away

Hello Lerzak. You think you need a Husaberg, to keep the KTM company. I get it. Plenty of fun time is spent fussing over my FE 400 E. Husabergs are always ahead of their time. I suspect that the three or so companies that bought Husaberg over the last 14 (?) years used it as a prototype test base. Such as, let them make anything. We will then use the best ideas for our mass-produced bikes. Plenty of recent big dirt bikes look like they use Husaberg engines, pipes, geometry, etc. Why not? They sure go good, usually.
On many bikes repairs are a bit optional. Husabergs will never fall into that group. All the things you know about repairing and riding bikes will be used, plus a lot more. Point 9 litre of oil. Not much is it. The book says change it following every ride. Well yes and no. Change it a lot, use real full synthetic bike oil. Do the filter a bit less often, if it comes out with zero particles in the pleats. Lots of non-scheduled stuff to do; clean petcock filters, set float level, remove, polish and grease every thing that moves, tug on ALL the wires next to the connectors, lots are loose and routed wrong. And so on. If it appears about to go, change it.
I don't know much about Poland beyond the nice amber jewelry from there. James Mitchener`s book was great. Hope you are doing well. Good luck, Leon.
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January 22nd, 2018, 05:55 PM   #6
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From: Northern CA

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I Ride: FE 570S, Husky TE310, cannnondale 440 st lgl, Beta trials
FE570 quick thoughts: lots of torque, turns better than you think it would but it's heavy when you drop it, tank not huge, not a lot of them around, durable motor with valves that don't move much, nice gearing for dual sport and single track, not super easy to work on but doesn't need lots of work
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