I’m sorry to hear you were in heavy traffic ! That sucks ! I was in light traffic and going downhill mostly so I could coast in neutral for a ways traffic lights were brutal - had to kill the ignition and hold the bike with the brake until engine died.Yah. It was the sketchiest riding I've ever done on this bike. Trying to get home was a real nightmare in heavy traffic and red lights.
I'm fairly alarmed here. I was just reading a thread on the Vitpilen forum (link below) and some are saying Husky knows about the issue and have improved the part. I dunno.
22mm by 2.5mm Oring?Guys I race with, just buy a pack of various sized “Hydraulic O rings” from the auto parts store.
Each pack has 3? that are the correct size.
My Husky dealer has obviously found a source (Not genuine) he gave me one for my 701, and one for my FS450.
Unfortunately, I’d left them home when my clutch failed at the races. I fixed it with an O ring I had in my spares kit. It worked perfectly. I’m not sure of it’s long term suitability (regards “Hydraulic” rating) so intend to replace it with the supplied O ring.
Great photo’sSeason is almost over here, here's some pics from the last supermono-race over in scandinavia. I placed 4th in the wet-race! :bannana: Soon it's off-season and the hunt for 90hp starts!
I’m away working.22mm by 2.5mm Oring?
I have some viton in the garage is that really all that goes wrong ?
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Bike/Rider/ Action all look fantastic.
What are the plans in your quest for another 10hp?
YES! So excit3d for you!!Thanks!
Today it's putting out 80hp on the rear wheel at the dyno i always done the testing, a stock bike in the same dyno makes 70rwhp.
Goal is 85rwhp. That should be 90hp ish @ crank.
733cc, cylinder head porting and a custom intake setup is my plan.
4 choices for big bore, Josef Frauensheh from austria, Chopperworks in sweden, HKR Krämer ( i guess they use Josefs kit) and some company in the usa that i dont remember right now. I haven't checked out all alternatives yet. But my plan is to have a complete engine before christmas.YES! So excit3d for you!!
Hey is it a linden poskitt engine ? porting ! How does the new head work with the second counterbalancer?
I recently learned how to use a lambda data log to generate a average smoothed fuel map. it’s pretty fascinating experience working with the 625cc injector.
What are your plans for fuel injection?
Thank you! I have similar hopes and dreams ( large bore 701 dual counterbalancer ) ..4 choices for big bore, Josef Frauensheh from austria, Chopperworks in sweden, HKR Krämer ( i guess they use Josefs kit) and some company in the usa that i dont remember right now. I haven't checked out all alternatives yet. But my plan is to have a complete engine before christmas.
I'm gonna rebuild my current engine and modify, Lyndon builds on the older engine.
I have a bigger fuel injector already, it's a 550cc. Dream would be a standalone EFI instead of stock with piggyback, maybe next evolution. :rolleyes2:
Cool with some outex parts! I use his cylinder headgasket and engine under frame. His own 690 build is sick!
I sold the bike and the Akra is just sitting there, selling for $460 shipped, PM me if you're interested.I need this beautiful Akrapović exhaust gone, get it for $525 shipped.
You will save over $500
The baffles are out so its essentially an unrestricted muffler.
Two hoses - one that used to go to the emissions pump, one that goes to the side panel of the bike - I leave this hose open ended (goes to left/clutch side of bike panel)Well, now I'm thoroughly confused.
When you remove the stock air box from the 701SM there are two hose which are plugged into the bottom. That leaves two hoses open-ended but there is only one hole on Rott. Air intake to plug the crankcase breather into.
So..... just leave the one hose open ended?
So you leave your crank case breather (connection is under left front fairing) open ended?Two hoses - one that used to go to the emissions pump, one that goes to the side panel of the bike - I leave this hose open ended (goes to left/clutch side of bike panel)
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