4 Stroke Husqvarna Motorcycles Made In Italy - About 1989 to 2014
Discussion in '4 Stroke' started by Coffee, Dec 28, 2008.
4500 miles zero issues.
PC3 w/ tune for arrow exhaust. Run 94 octane and have noticed a significant lower operating temp.
Still deciding if I like the all black..
Have a set of zeta handguards with blinkers im going to put on this weekend.
Just installed an LED rear blinker/turn/license plate holder. Made specifically for this bike pretty slick, and allows use of MX fender.
Gorgeous Bike!! PM me if your looking for any parts for that bike....i have full red carbon fiber for that bike that i am no longer using as well as tons of extra parts left over after i tore the bike down.
TXC doesn't play well with the GasGas
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Huskys always were a bully.
Here's a pic of my 13 TXC 310. Really love the yellow throwback graphics!!
Looks good! Who makes the graphics and the plastics?
Hilarious, me and the kids often comment on how the Italian girl is not friends with her orange stablemates. They just don’t stand well together. Looks like the Spaniard can join the “get away from me” club.
fire1998, that bike is very nice.
Got the white plastic and graphics on Ebay. # Plate backgrounds were done BikeGraphix. Ordered 2 sets of graphics by mistake. Paid $99 from some place in Europe. I'll sell the extra set for $60 shipped.
Sweet bike. Is that a clear petrol tank? How much does it hold? Where get? How much?
IMS tank. I think its 3.2 gallons. You can order it from rockymountainmc.com.
Still For Sale if anyone is interested!!
2010 TC250 with all the bells and whistles, I only run VP 110 in it.
Less than 30 hours on it.
Forgot to take a pic after finding the mud
It was a good day to stop and take a look first
Here is my 2011 TXC449 that I picked up in the spring. It is a super low hour one owner bike and was in great shape .... still has the OEM factory handle bar grips in great shape.
Since picking it up I have converted it to a dual sport using a TE449 headlight assembly, tusk enduro light kit and a sicass racing ignition key. I fit a used SMR akro muffler, did the danger mouse butterfly delete, new gearing/chain and a full service with new filters etc .... also tossed on a ricochet aluminum skid plate and some D606 tires and HD tubes (not shown).
I primarily ride fire roads and single track and the bike works great for what I do. Lots of power and very stable.
wow all of these looking sooo good
Had a fun afternoon ride in the Pacific Northwest, recent rain get the dust to a minimum.
careful... you don't want that log to break and your bike to fall over.
Lol, one of the downsides of not having a kickstand when you have to "answer the call of nature". I have a metal triangle stand that I sometimes carry in the backpack, but usually assume I can find something more natural to work in a pinch.
slip that log into you backpack so it's always there when you need it.
(no kickstand bracket?? ...or what?)
I like my 310 better than the '17 TE300 still.