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Leo Vince has both a slip on and a full system. The full system is just over $900. Puts out 98db/102db. A few will be available in a couple of weeks. I've got one coming.
 

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The stocker is around 98db. To me it feels corked up over 6k rpm but it could be that the engine is still a little tight after 500 miles on the bike. Probably going to have to play around with the jetting with the full system. I've got a JD kit for the 450/510 around here somewhere so I'll have some needles/jets to play with too. I'll post updates here as I get to it.
 

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If you would kindly direct me to where I could get my hands on one of the all ti full systems shown in the above photo, I would greatly appreciate it, and would order tomorrow.
 

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Contact Dan at Motoxotica, www.motoxotica.com 707 446-4282 (Vacaville, CA). He might be able to score one for you. He is planning on stocking the slip-on. He is also an excellent source of parts for Husqvarna, VOR, TM and Husabergs.
 

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toxic said:
How many SM610s in Italy?

I think I saw that there are only 28 in the USA.
Well, I don't know the exact numbers,but they are becoming very popular, so I'll say more than 28 for sure.....may be about 100 so far.
Just in my Italian forum there are about 10-15.....and the baby is farely new here too.
 

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Well, I just saw Dave's new Husky last night, and I have to say I'm impressed! It looks much nicer in person, especially the exhaust and heat shield, than it did in early pre-production photos.

Compared to my '04 625 SMC, he's got some cool features: a tachometer, fuel light, passenger pegs, and a helmet lock! I'm jealous!

Now I have to ride it (hint, hint) to see how it feels on the road versus the KTM!:rockon
 

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Dave said:
Dukepilot, have you removed the emisssions junk yet?
Yup, it's history. Pretty easy to do.

  1. Disconnect the carb vent lines/fuel lines and remove the tank and the headlight unit.
  2. Take a look at what goes where... where the hoses go.
  3. Remove the manifold that is zip tied by the ignition switch
  4. Remove the small cannister attached to the lower triple
  5. Disconnect the hoses that connect to the pink carb vent lines and reroute the vent hoses
  6. Disconnect the hose from the nipple on the intake side of the head, near the carb boot and plug it up with an automotive vacuum plug
  7. Remove the large cannister and attached hoses.
  8. Install one of those little aluminum no spill fuel vent fittings to the top fuel vent nipple on the tank.
  9. Reinstall the tank and headlight and you're good to go. Don't forget to plug the nipple on the side of the head. It is a vacuum line and will suck air otherwise.
I routed the top carb vent lines to a location under the seat and used one of the left over T fittings to connect the lower carb vent hoses (not the carb bowl drain line) and installed a filter and one way valve to keep shit out of the carb. Also rerouted the crankcase vent from the airbox, plugged the hole left in the airbox and capped of the vent hose with a K and N vent filter. Took about 30 minutes to do in total.
 

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Thanks for that rundown, I printed it, I also got the order done with dan today on the pipe.
Now I just need to get that carb dialed.
 

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OMEGA said:
Thanks for that rundown, I printed it, I also got the order done with dan today on the pipe.
Now I just need to get that carb dialed.
Anyone else experience a "stumble" when trying to hold it steady at about 4300-4900 RPM?
 

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dukepilot said:
Yup, it's history. Pretty easy to do.
  1. Disconnect the carb vent lines/fuel lines and remove the tank and the headlight unit.
  2. Take a look at what goes where... where the hoses go.
  3. Remove the manifold that is zip tied by the ignition switch
  4. Remove the small cannister attached to the lower triple
  5. Disconnect the hoses that connect to the pink carb vent lines and reroute the vent hoses
  6. Disconnect the hose from the nipple on the intake side of the head, near the carb boot and plug it up with an automotive vacuum plug
  7. Remove the large cannister and attached hoses.
  8. Install one of those little aluminum no spill fuel vent fittings to the top fuel vent nipple on the tank.
  9. Reinstall the tank and headlight and you're good to go. Don't forget to plug the nipple on the side of the head. It is a vacuum line and will suck air otherwise.
I routed the top carb vent lines to a location under the seat and used one of the left over T fittings to connect the lower carb vent hoses (not the carb bowl drain line) and installed a filter and one way valve to keep shit out of the carb. Also rerouted the crankcase vent from the airbox, plugged the hole left in the airbox and capped of the vent hose with a K and N vent filter. Took about 30 minutes to do in total.
Thanks dp, I was planning on taking on this project soon. Your advice will surely make it easier.
 

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Dave said:
Anyone else experience a "stumble" when trying to hold it steady at about 4300-4900 RPM?
You have to be kidding me? My 2000 did that. I thought that problem would be long gone.

If I rememeber correctly you will need to dial in the carb. If it is a pumper you can also make sure that circuit is on also.

I worked on it for a little while with mine, but then just learned to live with it. Too bad my stumble was right about 55mph in 6th gear.

The alternitave fix is to chuck the stocker carb and get a different one. Not much help out thier for Husky owners because they are few and far between. I like how that bike looks. :rockon
 

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You have to be kidding me? My 2000 did that. I thought that problem would be long gone.

If I rememeber correctly you will need to dial in the carb. If it is a pumper you can also make sure that circuit is on also.

I worked on it for a little while with mine, but then just learned to live with it. Too bad my stumble was right about 55mph in 6th gear.

The alternitave fix is to chuck the stocker carb and get a different one. Not much help out thier for Husky owners because they are few and far between. I like how that bike looks. :rockon
I'm pretty sure that the '06 has a different carb than the '00. The '06 comes with a 41mm Keihin FCR. I'm hoping that it will be easily solved with some different jetting. I'm just such a moron when it comes to jetting.
 

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Dave said:
I'm pretty sure that the '06 has a different carb than the '00. The '06 comes with a 41mm Keihin FCR. I'm hoping that it will be easily solved with some different jetting. I'm just such a moron when it comes to jetting.
Dave you're not talking about the bog off of idle are you? If so, slap on a Boyesen Quickshot on. I slapped one on my FCR and it sorted my bog/stall problem off idle.
 
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