Discussion in 'Older Single cams' started by Fritzcoinc, Jul 9, 2010.
No pix. That one was a wiring rats nest. I already have a project Husky.
Well, my first Husky. A 2000 TE-410. I'm on the hunt for a higher capacity tank. I just hope parts availability holds out.
That is one clean looking 2000! She was well cared for.
I just realized, I never posted a pic of my '93 WXC350 in this thread....
Will, what are your wiring problems ? What are the 610 issues ?
Here's my '01 te570 up about 7,000 ft off the Rubicon Trail looking into Union Valley last weekend during the King fire. Great bike! Best I've ever ridden... still need a kickstand though
Here's my 2000 sm610e the photos kept loading upside down so this was the best I could do.
front rotor is huge!
Are they not supposed to be that big?
well, its big compared to dirt machines... thats a good thing on the street
Arite I thought they were all the same just the wheels where smaller than the dirt wheels. It stops well :-D
You have a Supermoto/motard sized front rotor mounted. The stock dirtbike rotar are smaller :-)
Ah I see I just thought it was the different sized rims made the rotor look larger
looks like a very comfortable seat
If I was a few stone lighter I'm sure it'd be more comfortable .
It's just a standard seat. Fine for short spins. Anything over 45 min to 1 hr then numb bum.
I put a Seat Concepts seat on mine and rode a 6.5 hr dual sport Saturday with no issues at all.
Before the Seat Concepts seat, it was painfull within the hour.
Now, if I could fix the suspension and find a Fast by Feracci exhaust system, it would be the perfect DS for me.
I thought fast by feracci exhaust was a standard item. My 570 I thought was bone stock, and
d thats what it has. Sounds great too
Does this count?
My TE410E has dual catalytic converters on it.