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So twin fields have u tried this plug n wats e outcome???
YES. I have had one fitted for all the time I've had my SM610. (All but a couple of weeks that is). The improvement is brilliant and a lot better than the standard fuel sapping, environmentalist's arse licking set up.

Throttle response is much, much better. it ticks over much smoother and more consistent. Until I fitted one of these oxygen sensor eliminators, I didn't realise how crap the standard factory fuel injected SM610 set up was.

Buy one. You will not regret it, believe me, I know! :thumbup:

I don't know what else you've done to yours, but I would also recommend getting rid of the catalytic converter equipped silencer.
 

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Just got over e phone by my mech and he say he has e plug in store but then i have to get the screw cap on e mid pipe also which he say will cost me a big price just for the cap.... I just installed e full ti leo vince wit carbon endcap.... Im just left with e 02 sensor and pc5 and autotune for power, slipper clutch and coolant hoses.... So far all are easy to get except for e coolant hoses which i think is quite x for just e coolant hoses.... I jux wanna do the bike for track and commuting and also some fun rides....
 

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From wat i read e flickering is due to e fuel pump but my fuel pump is kinda ok cos everytime i turn e key e fuel pump is making e normal noise but some of them say must check the fuse whether it is broken or not well mayb i jux bring e bike to e shop for a check up....
 

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610 Suspension settings

I'm looking for some advise on setting up the suspension on my 07 sm610. I feel like it's set up very soft right now. I'd like to stiffen it up some for the track. Any advise would be appreciated.
 

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Markmc90, what is your weight with full gear? I'm ~220lbs with full gear and notice the same thing, but there's little you can do when the bike is not sprung for your weight...

Have you tried to set the sag? Search this forum and do it - if you can't set the sag right then you need new springs in the front and rear.
 

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So. this is what I did to mine this winter (it was bone stock):

Probend handguards - great fit without having to cut the lever balls, but you do have to drill the bars. I did have to flip and remount the turn signals.

BRP chain guide - it is built much better than the stock one.

BMP case saver - maybe an overkill but I like it.

SME sliders - front, back and bar ends.

41T rear sprocket - had to cut the chain by one link but now I can cruise at 80 mph in mid 6th.

Uptite skid plate - it is pricey but worth the money...it is a freaking piece of art and it fits like a glove.

Uptite carb vent filter.

Two universal DRC heat shields from Magic Racing - the upper tab on my stock heat shield broke and I had to do something. The two DRCs are nice but the bottom of the pipe was still exposed and the heal of my boot could have touched it, so I added the black exhaust wrap to that section only and solved the problem.



 

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marcmc90 - you should not be far off with the springs then. Set your sag and go from there. Obviously, a street bike is a compromise between track and trail, so if you want it really firm you'll have to change the springs.
 

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Two universal DRC heat shields from Magic Racing - the upper tab on my stock heat shield broke and I had to do something. The two DRCs are nice but the bottom of the pipe was still exposed and the heal of my boot could have touched it, so I added the black exhaust wrap to that section only and solved the problem.
I'm really liking those two heat shields! :clap:
 

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problems problems problems 610 husky sms

I'm not sure if this is the right thread for this, but I need some help.

I've had my 06 610sm for about two years and other than changing the oil, I have not done much to it...for two years I put maybe 1000 miles (a shame really, bought it with 1,200 miles on the clock). This winter I decided I'd pretty it up a little, check valves, new tires, etc.

I pulled the tank, the airbox and this is what I see...I need feedback as I'm thinking this can't be right.



petrol coming flying out airbox??? seems to be coming from cylinder head vent/breather pipe????? helpppppppppppppppp
 

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Haven't posted any changes to my bike here in awhile and you may have seen this in my winter project thread but's worth making part of the database sticky I believe.

If you're going to change out your cam chain, which is inevitable, it's well worth your time to get some head work done since it's off anyway. On advisement I also changed out my exhaust valves because they're constructed of two pieces, SS and carbon steel, and can seperate at the worst possible monent once they have some hours on 'em. Now don't panic about the valves, it's just smart money if you're in there anyway.

Back to the head work. I took my head to a machine shop that specialized in motorcycle racing motors (in-line 4's mostly) to have the ports looked at for possible porting and polishing. His advice was that there's not much room for improvement there (Husky did a great job already) but having the valve seats properly cut would be smart. So for a mere $50 he dismantles the head, puts a 5 bevel multi degree cut on all 4 valves and seats and reassembles with new guide seals.

I wish I had dyno-ed the bike before and after because this simple mod woke up the mid range of this bike like I'd never imagined. 3rd gear power wheelies now are no problem and pulling through a corner while still in a high gear without downshifting is not only do-able but smoother than banging down too many gears and then hitting the rev limiter as you exit the turn.

So if you got the head off, go the extra $100 (valve seat cutting plus exhaust valves) and you won't be sorry.


Done exactly the same...
my gasket got melted into head because of overheating so machine guy have done skimming and valve seats plus valves. Difference is huge !
 

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A few people had asked me about part numbers.

BRP chain guide (black) from Hall's Cycles - (part #CGD-9220B)
SM610 Billet Case Saver( 2006 07 08 09) from Bill's Motorcycle Plus)
the handguards were from cycra.com
1CYC-1115-12 Low Profile Enduro Handshields, Plastic: Black:
1CYC-7500-12 Probend Bar Pack w/Black Enduro Handshields, (no clamps):
1CYC-1151-02 U Clamp Set: Standard
 
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