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A Dremel with a cut-off wheel and about 30 seconds of time and that sidestand will be just like a normal stand.

Only thing you need to remember is that there is no safety switch to kill the motor when the stand is down. You can ride the bike with the stand down.

I did that very thing at a track day. I was cruisin' around the pits and wondering why everyone was hollering at me. DOH!


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A Dremel with a cut-off wheel and about 30 seconds of time and that sidestand will be just like a normal stand.

Only thing you need to remember is that there is no safety switch to kill the motor when the stand is down. You can ride the bike with the stand down.

I did that very thing at a track day. I was cruisin' around the pits and wondering why everyone was hollering at me. DOH!
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Why does everybody hate the auto-flip side-stand. I love mine.
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I cant wait to get the bike on the track, ive ridden Laguna Seca, and Infenion with the Duke for fun, and I know where im at time wise on that bike, im curious if ill be faster on the Husky. The slight chance I got to ride the Husky in the canyon I laughed at how tall it was compared to the duke, I was going around a corner and put my foot out and thought wheres the ground, but it will be much better, I was constanly dragging the pegs and kickstand on the Duke, so I should be able to carry a lot more speed in the corners on the Husky. Im so bummed I was planning on riding the Husky all weekend, torchuring my friends on sportbikes, and i sold the Duke already so i have nothing to ride but an old vintage Triumph.


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"here's your sign"
Yeah yeah......smart ass.


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UPDATED NEWS ON THE ARROWS EXAUST SISTEM:

This morning,just 4 fun,I decided to put back on the original manifold and keep the arrow ex. can....guess what?
It run even better now
It turns out, other owners did that too,and they found that the bikes run better too.
All I need now,is to work on the carburator for jetting ecc..
Guess I'm gonna put that manifold 4 sale on E-Bay
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UPDATED NEWS ON THE ARROWS EXAUST SISTEM:

This morning,just 4 fun,I decided to put back on the original manifold and keep the arrow ex. can....guess what?
It run even better now
It turns out, other owners did that too,and they found that the bikes run better too.
All I need now,is to work on the carburator for jetting ecc..
Guess I'm gonna put that manifold 4 sale on E-Bay
What kind of jetting changes did you make?

Any pics of the slip-on?

Can't wait to see it!


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No jetting changes jet,but I guess it will need that as soon I open up the airbox

I'll post pics ASAP.
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No jetting changes jet,Ciao!!
That might be why you aren't experiencing bigger gains with the header.


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That might be why you aren't experiencing bigger gains with the header.
Just got mine back from one of the best tuners in the northeast. Little to no
improvments to be had with the airbox. Very little difference with no airbox
at all. Good improvment with the full Leo Vince system over the stock system
with the right jetting and 2 days of dyno time.
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Just got mine back from one of the best tuners in the northeast. Little to no
improvments to be had with the airbox. Very little difference with no airbox
at all. Good improvment with the full Leo Vince system over the stock system
with the right jetting and 2 days of dyno time.
Doubtless you have a dyno sheet. Snap a photo of it and share.
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Probably a dumb question, but with all the jetting #s going on this thread, im now curious what pilot and main are in the bike stock? Also do all the bikes have the Cat in them or is it a Calif. thing? And if its not just a Calif. thing and the whole US has the Cat in the bike, does Europe have a different muffler? Also, they claim a power # for the bike, is that the Euro model or the model with the Cat in it?

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Probably a dumb question, but with all the jetting #s going on this thread, im now curious what pilot and main are in the bike stock? Also do all the bikes have the Cat in them or is it a Calif. thing? And if its not just a Calif. thing and the whole US has the Cat in the bike, does Europe have a different muffler? Also, they claim a power # for the bike, is that the Euro model or the model with the Cat in it?

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I'm sure someone will chime in with the stock needle sizes, I know I have run across them somewhere. I don't think there is a CA model, they are all the same.


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I'm sure someone will chime in with the stock needle sizes, I know I have run across them somewhere. I don't think there is a CA model, they are all the same.

Mine came with a OBDVR needle, 50 slow fuel, 178 main fuel jet.
After spending a couple of hundred dollars on jets and needles
I ended up with the stock needle clip #4, 52 slow fuel and a
188 main fuel. The stock main air work the best too. Can't remember
the size. All of the work was getting the slow air jet correct.
I ended up adding the adjustable slow air jet to get it right.
Runs great now solid smooth power from 2500 rpm to 8000 rpm.
No stumble at all. I will look for the dyno sheet tonight.
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Cool, Thanks, I ordered slow jets today, ill have to play with it a bit, i live at 3000 ft altitude and ride only in the foothills up to 5000 ft of altitude.

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MTM100, tell me more about the "adjustable slow jet" , where did you get it and how much.

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Got rid of the funky stamped out footpegs and replaced them with Fastway pegs. I had to do some grinding since I ordered the pegs listed for husqvarna. Apparently the TE610 pegs are different from the other husky models. They were easy to fit nonetheless.
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Are those cast out of Ti?
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Are those cast out of Ti?
They're cast stainless. A little heavy. Ti would be nice but it would have cost more than I would be willing to spend for footpegs.
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Probably a dumb question, but with all the jetting #s going on this thread, im now curious what pilot and main are in the bike stock? Also do all the bikes have the Cat in them or is it a Calif. thing? And if its not just a Calif. thing and the whole US has the Cat in the bike, does Europe have a different muffler? Also, they claim a power # for the bike, is that the Euro model or the model with the Cat in it?

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Judging from the pictures, we have the same exaust sistem WITH CAT IN IT
We dont have all the emission plumbing that you guys have...
Maybe that's why with just an aftermarket can it run so much better....
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