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    Id like to add http://www.motosportz.com/HVA-SS/HVA-SS-Home.htm and email Kelly for a 530cc kit - ready to bolt on and go!

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    why does the 530rr come with a carb ? rather than efi , anyone know ?

    im asking because i want to convert my 510smr to a 530rr and want the same power. has anyone tryed this ?
    i think the 530rr motor with the fuel injection of the 510smr would mean huge power , obviously with remapping ,

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    Apparently for racing the carb gives better throttle control. Maybe it's also a weight issue I don't know.
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    Confusion: I want to buy the Vortex X10 CDI for my SM450R but they don't mention the SM... should I get the TC450 CDI then?

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    What year is your bike?
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    Well in that case I'm pretty sure those two bikes are practically the same, so the CDI should be a direct fit and function. Most huskies of the same displacement are the same across the different platforms. If I were you I would call Vortex to double check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sooperxtool View Post
    Well in that case I'm pretty sure those two bikes are practically the same, so the CDI should be a direct fit and function. Most huskies of the same displacement are the same across the different platforms. If I were you I would call Vortex to double check.
    That's what I figured. Any idea if that CDI will make a significant difference on the bike? Wondering if it's worth the money vs having some port/polish work done instead.

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    I'm not sure the CDI would add power... Would make it so you can choose how the bike works though.

    Since you have a carbed model, I would look into the Scary Fast Power Now valves. I don't think they make a Husky specific model, but maybe you could research what carbs the bikes they are made for have, and maybe your bike has the same carb? Idk. I have always read that is one of the best things you can do to a bike.
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    anyone know of any companies who make aftermarket cranks for our huskies? or where I can price out an OEM one?
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    pm juicehall, he is a new dealer for Husky and is very nice to deal with. Tell him SMJ sent ya!
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    I also found out from my local husky dealer that ARC makes shorty style adjustable reach brake and clutch levers for the SMR 450 and 510. Here's a link to ARC's website: http://arclevers.com/index.php?route=common/home
    I believe the brake lever is part number BR-103, the long style clutch lever is CL-103 and the shorty style clutch lever is CL-105. The levers come in either aluminum or composite (memory plastic) and have a lifetime guarantee so the website says.

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    Does any body have a fix for these threaded inserts on the gas tank.
    My left side shroud is just spinning. This one is pretty much done, as you can see.
    And no I did not any locktite on them.
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    Just straighten the nut up and pump some epoxy in there. should then stick nicely.

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    Anyone know where a good place to get OEM parts is?

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    Bump for me, does anyone know what size carb the smr450 is running? Is it a 41mm?

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    im new to the forum i figured this would be a good place to ask, but im looking for a stator for a 2007 husqvarna smr510

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    Ask this guy for a price quote "Jeff Kaylor" at jeff@halls-cycles.com

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    Where can I get the red billet axle slider/block combo from ?

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    @RHOK U 4got to mention what bike u wanted these sliders for but check out http://www.motostrano.com/Supermoto-Sliders-s/1879.htm or this guy from ebay http://www.ebay.com/sch/r1henri0_1/m...&_trksid=p3686

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Wolf View Post
    @RHOK U 4got to mention what bike u wanted these sliders for but check out http://www.motostrano.com/Supermoto-Sliders-s/1879.htm or this guy from ebay http://www.ebay.com/sch/r1henri0_1/m...&_trksid=p3686
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    They are SME sliders and are no longer made.
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    Thanks for the list/ info, guys
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    Default Power Upgrade - 2004 Husqvarna 450 SMR

    Hey guys! I am looking to do a power upgrade to my 2004 Husqvarna 450 SMR. I was told to purchase the Pro Circuit T-4 Slip-On. Available here http://www.procircuit.com/t-4-slnr-h...c450-ft05.html and that I might need to "richen up" Was wondering if this entailed purchasing a jetting kit? I found one available here http://www.ebay.com/itm/230680250107...84.m1438.l2649 but I was wondering if anybody had any experience with this item? Also it was also recommended that I can do the accelerator pump modification, what does this entail and how would it function?

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    Any aftermarket pipe will improve power. Yours is a 04 so it has a mikuni, no jetting kits available for these. I know halls used to do upgrades on these carbs.

    This one was missing from the list btw:

    http://www.ziptyracing.com

    they have some nice stuff.
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    For those with questions about chain adjustment on the 450/510... this sticker was on the swingarm of my 2010 SMR510. To me anyway, it reads that you put tension on the chain to make the lower section of the chain fully taut. Then, you take your measurement 145mm from the swingarm pivot axis. At 145mm from the swingarm pivot axis, the upper chain section should have 30mm of up-down movement.


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    Good thread to subscribe to.
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    Anybody knows if the plastic kits from SMR450/510 from 2008 will fit on a SMR450 from 2007? Especially the middle fender (between the upper radiator cover and the rear fender).

    Also, the step-up seat will fit on the 2007 model?

    What is the most comfortable seat (besides Renazco that is expensive)?
    Any european sites that are selling Husqvarna design parts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neal Caffrey View Post
    Anybody knows if the plastic kits from SMR450/510 from 2008 will fit on a SMR450 from 2007? Especially the middle fender (between the upper radiator cover and the rear fender).

    Also, the step-up seat will fit on the 2007 model?

    What is the most comfortable seat (besides Renazco that is expensive)?
    Any european sites that are selling Husqvarna design parts?
    LOL, sorry looks like me is maybe only ho read these in here......

    Did you mean that side panels/plastic panel...Whits are about before that back fender come???
    Somehow I feel that Renazco is the best in comfortable seat reconstituted in market now, ok you can go in your own upholsterers will prepare for you custom seat, which produces just the right seat for you. In that price that seatconcept is best option.
    Somehow i feel, ho want more comfortable seat in race track supermoto bike ME, but use this in street soo much even than on track.

    Ok, now my Husky importer say, that step-up seat, what they selling. Not fit 2007 model, in 2008-2010 models. Ok, in that way it will fit, you buy it and detaching that seat from the bottom/seat frame in 2007 model and same thing at that step-up seat, then put it on together the bottom/seat frame 2007.

    What you mean Husqvarna desing parts....??

    I dont know are you use that search, but here is some topic. I dont know are there any help
    http://www.supermotojunkie.com/showt...ermarket-parts
    Here is that early seat topic
    http://www.supermotojunkie.com/showt...ats&highlight=
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    Thank you for the links. The step up extra foam for 2007 can be purchased from here:
    http://www.blackbirdracing.com/grafi...UtMi0tLQ%3D%3D.

    The plastic parts I can purchase from a local site. The only thing that I can't find is the headlight plastic in black, but I found it in USA at motoplasticsus.com

    I would prefer to mount the side panels (the plastics that cover the exhaust pipe) from the 2008 model, but I don't know if will fit. The 2007 ones are more bulky.

    I would also like to replace the light bulb with a better one, but keep the same shape, not the ugly LED ones that I can find on ebay.

    First I will replace the tires, install crash pads, and after I will change the plastics with black ones, and get new stickers.

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    Nice
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    Default 510 Emissions question

    Hey guys, excuse me if this question is in the wrong thread, im a newb

    Looking to buy a smr510 from utah and bring it to California. I was curious if anyone knew if all 510's are 50 state emission compliant or are there also some that are only 49 state compliant. Thanks in advance for the responses
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    Quote Originally Posted by first chair last call View Post
    Hey guys, excuse me if this question is in the wrong thread, im a newb

    Looking to buy a smr510 from utah and bring it to California. I was curious if anyone knew if all 510's are 50 state emission compliant or are there also some that are only 49 state compliant. Thanks in advance for the responses
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    99% sure they're 50 legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by first chair last call View Post
    Hey guys, excuse me if this question is in the wrong thread, im a newb

    Looking to buy a smr510 from utah and bring it to California. I was curious if anyone knew if all 510's are 50 state emission compliant or are there also some that are only 49 state compliant. Thanks in advance for the responses
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    I think the answer to your question is "Yes". 50 state legal as long as the "power up kit" isn't installed. You should make sure the exhaust is not modified as they contain the factory cat. converters and your O2 sensor is still installed in the pipe and plugged into the harness. There is also an evap canister installed factory.
    Maybe some others can confirm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrrr1rob View Post
    I think the answer to your question is "Yes". 50 state legal as long as the "power up kit" isn't installed. You should make sure the exhaust is not modified as they contain the factory cat. converters and your O2 sensor is still installed in the pipe and plugged into the harness. There is also an evap canister installed factory.
    Maybe some others can confirm?
    Yep. Just so happens l still have my evap can and stock exhaust if anyone needs them to "pass inspection".
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    Are there any exhaust systems in production still for the 2006 SMR510? It was really hard to find options given the manufacturer list on 1st post of this thread.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimitry View Post
    Are there any exhaust systems in production still for the 2006 SMR510? It was really hard to find options given the manufacturer list on 1st post of this thread.

    Thank you.
    I am wondering the very same thing.. Except for a SMR450

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    I quess no...
    But there is maybe few little exhaust factor to do some exhaust systems to that year model. Ask there, iam not sure are those make any more
    http://www.xracing-exhausts.com/List...Husqvarna.html

    Maybe in some exhaust factor can work new exhaust system, but it will cost
    But allmoust all want cheap way, soo check now and then forums and ebay
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