INDEX INTRODUCTION Page 2- SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS Page 4- GENERAL INFORMATION Page 6- MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Page 9- CONTROLS Page 12- STARTING PROCEDURE Page 15 A LUBRICATION SYSTEM ENGINE Page 16- B IGNITION C AIR FILTER D VALVE ADJUSTMENT FUEL & COOLING Page 20- A CARBURETTOR B FUEL...
The material and information included in this Owner’s Manual are all of the latest editions available at the time of the printing. Husaberg Motor AB reserves the right to make changes regarding the products at any time without prior notice.
Husaberg dealer take care of at least the parts we’ve mentioned under: Also, part of the maintenance has to be performed by an authorized dealer in order to fulfill the terms of warranty.
MOTORCYCLE: The motorcycle may become dangerous to ride if it is modified or if any other parts than original Husaberg parts are used. The use of other parts than original makes the warranty no longer valid. Always keep your motorcycle in a safe state and in the best of conditions.
SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS PRE-RIDE INSPECTION CHECK LIST Engine oil Check the level and fill up if necessary. Check for any leakages in the casing. Ignition Check the sparkplug cap/HV lead for damages. Radiator Check the coolant level and fill up if necessary. Check for leakages and/or damages of the cells and hoses and attachments.
GENERAL INFORMATION CARBURETTOR STD. JETTINGS MODEL/SUBJECT Main Needle Needle Needle Pilot Throttle Float Start Mixture clip pos. valve screw Exploded view number # 26 # 33 Enduro FE 400 e DR 270 K 51 2 turns FE 501 e DR 272 K 51 1½...
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Engine - FC, FSc and FX models Please observe: Riding under hard conditions demands more frequent maintenance 5 5 5 5 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R l i o C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C R R R R R...
CONTROLS IDENTIFACTION NUMBERS Fig. The Vehicle Identification Number is placed on the right side of the steering head (Fig. 5A-1). The Engine Number is placed on the right side of the engine, just below the cylinder (Fig. 5B-1). STEERING LOCK The lock (if incl.
CONTROLS Fig. 5E Combination switch Type I: Fig. 1- Headlight switch (Off - Low - High beam) 2- Turn signal switch 3- Horn button 4- Engine shortcircuit button 5- Clutch lever Fig. 5F Combination switch Type II: Fig. 1- Headlight switch (Off - Low - High beam) 2- Horn button 3- Engine shortcircuit button...
CONTROLS Fig 5I 1- Twistgrip Fig. 2- Front brake lever 3- Electrical starter button (if it is an electrical starter model, otherwise the button having no function) 4- Dual ignition curve switch Fig 5J Low- Normal conditions Fig. High- Starts and heavy conditions Fig.
STARTING PROCEDURE Kick starter models: Fig. Follow the checklist on page 5. Turn the fuel taps (Fig. 6A-1 & 6B-1) to position ON (Fig. 6D). Cold engine: Turn the choke lever (Fig 6A-2) to position ON (Fig. 6C-1) by pulling it downwards and twisting it 90°...
ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEM: Fig. Always use a synthetic oil of a well-known brand, viscosity SAE 5W-50. Depending on the basic design of the engine; competition purposes = equal to a small sized engine thus giving a small capacity of oil, it is vital that the oil is frequently changed.
ENGINE IGNITION: Fig. The ignition system is a CDI-system without any contact-breaker to change or any other moving parts apart from the flywheel. However, the system has to be frequently checked and cleaned for a maximum of durability and performance. The inside of the ignition cover, the stator, the flywheel and the surroundings are preferably cleaned after every time the motorcycle has been...
ENGINE AIRFILTER: Fig. To avoid any engine damages or lack of power the air filter has to be frequently cleaned or replaced. Always use a well-known brand of filter oil after cleaning. Use an airfilter cleaning solvent of a well-known brand. Always check the surface of the filter attachment and the filter basket for any damages.
ENGINE VALVES: Fig. The clearances between the valve adjustment screws and the valve stems have to be checked after 2 hours of operation if the engine is brand new or any parts of the valves, valve seats or rockerarms have been changed. The interval between the checks of the clearences is after that every 10 hours (Motocross, Super Motard Competition and Cross Country models)
FUEL & COOLING CARBURETTOR: Fig. Always make sure that the throttle (Fig. 8A-1) returns to a fully closed position. Always make sure that the twistgrip and cable move easily. Always keep the twistgrip and cable well cleaned and lubricated. The tube on top of the carburettor (Fig.
FUEL & COOLING 8 B/C FUEL: Fig. The Husaberg motorcycle is developed and designed for competition use and this makes a high compression ratio a necessity. In order to avoid any damages caused by too low grade of octane we highly recommend you to use a fuel of minimum 98 octane.
CLUTCH & DECOMPRESSION CLUTCH: Fig. Check the hydraulic line for any leakages or deterioration. Always check the level of fluid in the reservoir. The cover of the reservoir has to be removed in order to check the level (Fig. 9A-1). Adjust the pressure point of the lever according to your own preferences with the adjustment knob (Fig.
WHEELS & BRAKES 10 A FRONT WHEEL: Fig. Always check the front wheel for any damages regarding the rim, the spokes and the nipples. Check the bearings for any wear and/or damages. Tighten any loose spokes (spoke wrench No.5.5). All spokes have to be equally tensioned. Removal of front wheel: Remove the hexagon nut (Fig.
WHEELS & BRAKES 10 A WHEEL BEARING RENEWAL: Fig. Remove the wheel (see previous page). Position the wheel so that the bearings (Fig. 10D-2) are easily removed from the inside of the hub. Remove the radial sealing (Fig. 10C-1) in order to be able to remove the circlip (Fig.
WHEELS & BRAKES 10 B CHAIN: Fig. The Husaberg motorcycle is delivered with a chain of X-ring type. If properly serviced it will last for a long period. Always keep the chain well cleaned and lubricated and make sure that the chain is Maximum 272 mm properly tensioned.
WHEELS & BRAKES 10 C FRONT BRAKE: Fig. The Husaberg motorcycle is equipped with a Brembo hydraulic disc brake. For your own safety it needs to be frequently serviced and checked. Always check the level of brake fluid in the reservoir.
WHEELS & BRAKES FRONT BRAKE: Supermotard. The supermotard models are equipped with guarantee. During the running in period, Beringer hydraulic front brakes. Fluid level and braking power will be reduced safety check are carried out in the same temporarily. manor as on the enduro brake. The brake 3.
WHEELS & BRAKES 10 C REAR BRAKE: Fig. The Husaberg motorcycle is equipped with a Brembo hydraulic disc brake. For your own safety it needs to be frequently serviced and checked. Always check the level of brake fluid in the reservoir (Fig.
SUSPENSION 11 A FRONT SUSPENSION: Fig. The Husaberg motorcycle is delivered with an adjustable front fork from WP. For a maximum performance it needs to be adjusted according to the riding conditions and the rider's weight and preferences. The front fork is pre-adjusted...
SUSPENSION 11 A REAR SUSPENSION: Off road. Fig. The Husaberg motorcycle is delivered with an adjustable shock absorber from WP. For a maximum performance it needs to be adjusted according to the riding conditions and the rider's weight and preferences. The shock absorber...
SUSPENSION Fig. REAR SUSPENSION: Supermotard. The Husaberg motorcycle is delivered with an adjustable shock absorber from WP. For a maximum performance it needs to be adjusted according to the riding conditions and the rider's weight and preferences. The shock absorber...
SUSPENSION 11 B/C STEERING HEAD: Fig. The clearance has to be checked frequently. Put the motorcycle on a centerstand with the front wheel fully off the ground. Turn the handlebar in both directions. It should not be either too easy nor too hard to move. Also move it front and backwards in order to check the clearance (no "clicking"...