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Slowly kick the starter untill it stops, pull in decomp lever and slowly turn kickstart over a bit more (over TDC) release decomp and then bring up the kickstart to the top and jump on it.
Hi to all again. I've given in and admitted defeat, the husky is too difficult for me to start so i've bought an 04 husaberg 650 which luckily for me starts on the second (hard) kick and also has the bonus of a starter motor!
So this brings me to say that i'm selling the husky if anyone is interested. I will also be selling the new mag and stator seperatley as it turns out the original one wasn't at fault.
I'll be putting an ad up and will have some pictures available in the next week or so.
sent you a message.
That was interesting to read, I never thought it would be so hard to start!. what a shame.
I've never touched the decomp lever on mine, as I don't really know what to do with it!.
I'd have added that whilst pushing/towing it, you'd need to be in 3rd or 4th gear, otherwise it would just skid the rear wheel due to the compression.
Ran out of fuel on my husaberg last night- couldn't believe how much it uses compared to my nc30. By the time i'd finished kicking it back to life I was nearly too exhausted to ride it home. I've now worked out how the taps work in order to get a reserve (you don't leave em both to on).
Got some prices in mind for husky...
£600 for the bike, with nearly new knobblies and i've got some supermoto wheels for it with newish tires- want about £350 for those. £250 for the mag (cost me over £300)...
Any good to anyone?
Hi all, sorry for delay- my girlfriend broke her wrist snowboarding in tamworth snowdome on monday so i've been up ther for a few days waiting with her whilst she had an op to have it re aligned and wired.
Back to something more interesting.....
I had a fiddle with the husky on sunday and decided to check a few things, one being the nut holding the stator on.
I put a socket on it to check it was tight and it wasn't, it wasn't loose but it wasn't as tight as I had done it initially so I took the nut and stator off with the intention of re seating it and re fitting it only to find the woodruff key (half moon shape locating piece) had snapped leaving half in the slot on the shaft and the other half in the stator wheel.
I'd hazard a guess that this was the problem- i obviously hadn't done the stator nut up to the right torque, it had worked slightly loose and the woodruff key snapped causing the timing to mess up and the engine to stop- nothing to do with the carb and fuel. trying to start it with timing out would give all the symptoms i've had- pops and bangs etc.
I've ordered a new key from huskysport and shall fit it when i get the chance to see if my theory is right!
Wheels are on ebay by the way if you search this number 140225560120 you'll find em. I put a buy it now of £320 if you haven't got an ebay account then you can message me with an offer.
Over the weekend I changed the woodruff key and tightened up the mag cover using the proper tool- On the second kick the bike fired up and ran perfectly. All that grief for the sake of not tightening the mag wheel properly.
The bike is still for sale if anyone wants to make an offer.....
Does somebody know where can I buy replacment stator for husqvarna sm610 2000 year..or can somebody repair my broken?
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