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Not entirely clear but is this link saying a Cagiva impellar will work - looks like it has larger fins - a good thing I guess but does it clear? I am guessing so?
[/quote]No it's just got the Cagiva brand name on it, mine has it too. No aftermarket avaliable as far as I know.
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Wag net so 'n bietjie, die 54hp was wel op die krukas, maar toe power-up ons die bike, wat 'n GROOT verskil maak, sekerlik ten minste die 20% waarvan jy praat. So dan is ons weer op 54Hp op die agterwiel, maar dis net spekulasie. Het enige iemand al die 610 met P/U op 'n dyno gehad (met 'n gladde band, nie 'n knobbly nie, miskien 'n SM)
Forgive me for the side discussion here Jacques
54hp is 5hp meer as wat 'n 530ktm maak. HK het nou die dag nog beide die 610 en 530 gehad. Hy se self die 610 is heelwat papper as die 530. Soos in 'n ander liga wat krag aanbetref.
 

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Oh for noting there are high spec/volume impellers available that allow the bike to run cooler. Available from Halls if I recall.

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Not entirely clear but is this link saying a Cagiva impellar will work - looks like it has larger fins - a good thing I guess but does it clear? I am guessing so?
[/quote]No it's just got the Cagiva brand name on it, mine has it too. No aftermarket avaliable as far as I know.
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Not entirely clear but is this link saying a Cagiva impellar will work - looks like it has larger fins - a good thing I guess but does it clear? I am guessing so?
No it's just got the Cagiva brand name on it, mine has it too. No aftermarket avaliable as far as I know.
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OK - what does Prim want to hit you for a new one?
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If getting stuff from Halls maybe worth seeing what they want for their high flow impeller?
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FWIW if you didnt notice the water boiling (which is difficult to miss due to it spraying out the cap etc), then I dont think you have an issue.

If the water didnt boil then it didnt get that hot.

TK's fan burnt out after a wire got caught in it, he only noticed a few rides later in Dewildt that his fan wasnt working, and we had been on quite a few techical rides before that.  

I think these engines are quite resistant to overheating.
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FWIW if you didnt notice the water boiling (which is difficult to miss due to it spraying out the cap etc), then I dont think you have an issue.

If the water didnt boil then it didnt get that hot.

TK's fan burnt out after a wire got caught in it, he only noticed a few rides later in Dewildt that his fan wasnt working, and we had been on quite a few techical rides before that.  

I think these engines are quite resistant to overheating.
I think you are missing the point here.
The water in the radiator will be ambient, while the water in the motor is at boiling point.
The continuous flow of air over the same "volume" of water in the radiators will see to that.
 

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Hell only saw this now!

FWIW if you didnt notice the water boiling (which is difficult to miss due to it spraying out the cap etc), then I dont think you have an issue.

If the water didnt boil then it didnt get that hot.

TK's fan burnt out after a wire got caught in it, he only noticed a few rides later in Dewildt that his fan wasnt working, and we had been on quite a few techical rides before that.  

I think these engines are quite resistant to overheating.
I think you are missing the point here.
The water in the radiator will be ambient, while the water in the motor is at boiling point.
The continuous flow of air over the same "volume" of water in the radiators will see to that.

Ja but the pressure in the system will rise regardless of where the water boils, so it should spray out when it exceeds the radaitor cap spring rating.
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Ja but the pressure in the system will rise regardless of where the water boils, so it should spray out when it exceeds the radaitor cap spring rating.

Hmm you have a point there.
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Klink of jy die 610 met die 510 verwar. Die 610 is n average performance bike. Daai 54hp is op die crank gemeet: trek 20% af.

Biggest thing in the 610's favour is the fact that there are almost no alternatives to them..especially at their price!
Oh and that awesome 6th gear.

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Wag net so 'n bietjie, die 54hp was wel op die krukas, maar toe power-up ons die bike, wat 'n GROOT verskil maak, sekerlik ten minste die 20% waarvan jy praat. So dan is ons weer op 54Hp op die agterwiel, maar dis net spekulasie. Het enige iemand al die 610 met P/U op 'n dyno gehad (met 'n gladde band, nie 'n knobbly nie, miskien 'n SM)

There are alternatives, for one the X-Challenge. but having said that I won't easily swop my 610 for another adv bike, it spins its wheel everywhere I go on dirt and goes fast enough on tar to overtake safely.
at the end of the day everything is an trade-off, the 610 hits the balance for me.
Hier is n 610 met Leo Vince op see vlak op agter wiel. Check the extra torque the pipe gives !
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Re: Sidetracks not so boring life with a ...... the mods continue -> WATERPUMP !
« Reply #171 on: November 14, 2013, 01:39:50 pm »
Leen my so lank jou Leo vince pyp
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The Husky will rise from my garage like a Phoenix, a silly impeller won't get in the way. Wrenching tonight can't wait  :3some:
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The Husky will rise from my garage like a Phoenix, a silly impeller won't get in the way. Wrenching tonight can't wait  :3some:



I must say Sidetrack's bike pulls really strong , I believe its better to know every inch of your bike , so what better way of learning it than to spend some wrench time on it   :3some:s

Nee regtig Sidetrack jy het n great fiets  , ons gaan nog great rides doen met die husky's   :thumleft:
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Re: Sidetracks not so boring life with a TE610 ..the mods continue -> WATERPUMP !
« Reply #174 on: November 15, 2013, 11:52:30 am »
Sidetrack, dankie vir die dyno resultate, sien hoe lieg die vervaardigers, amper soveel soos 'n Yamaha R6 speedo! :o
Bly jou Husky is weer aan die herstel, alles wat jy regmaak sal nie weer breek nie.
Eks in vir daai ride waarvan julle so spog!
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Re: Sidetracks not so boring life with a TE610 ..the mods continue -> WATERPUMP !
« Reply #175 on: December 08, 2013, 07:34:14 pm »
Sidetrack, dankie vir die dyno resultate, sien hoe lieg die vervaardigers, amper soveel soos 'n Yamaha R6 speedo! :o
Bly jou Husky is weer aan die herstel, alles wat jy regmaak sal nie weer breek nie.
Eks in vir daai ride waarvan julle so spog!
I have double checked everyhting - loctite on the impeller nut, torqued and loctite on the camshaft sprocket bolts. Bike is sitting at TDC just waiting for new bushes, gonna be fun to ride again  :ricky: Was a learning curve for me doing the cam chain on my own and I made some mistakes first time round, should have changed more parts when I did the camchain just to be sure. I would say anyone installing a new chain should replace the following as well :

- Cam chain guides
- Check impeller
- New waterpump gasket
- Rocker bushes
- Might as well change the cam bearings while you are at it
- Most read valves gets damaged by a stretched chain, not sure if the valve needs replacing as well ?
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Re: Sidetracks not so boring life with a TE610 - Parts arrived
« Reply #176 on: December 22, 2013, 11:47:14 am »
Pressed the new bushes into the rockers using the vice. Bit fiddly, you can buy the complete unit rockers and bushes for about R1500-00. Bushes only is about R200-00 for four.
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Re: Sidetracks not so boring life with a TE610 - Parts arrived in time for Xmas
« Reply #177 on: December 22, 2013, 01:58:15 pm »
Great man so nou kan jy weer gaan explore !!


Jy raak nou n Husky expert !
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Sidetracks not so boring life with a TE610 - Parts arrived in time for Xmas
« Reply #178 on: December 22, 2013, 01:58:16 pm »
Is hy darem nou bietjie stiller ?
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Re: Sidetracks not so boring life with a TE610 - Parts arrived in time for Xmas
« Reply #179 on: December 22, 2013, 02:26:30 pm »
Een aand het ek hom gestart en hy was so stil soos XRL125, so minuut daarna toe begin hy weer tik. Weet nie hoe ek dit reggekry het nie ! Hy is verseker beter en ek vertrou alles is nou reg. Hulle is nogal gevoelig vir valve clearance ook. Ek het myne op 0.05mm. Blazes hardloop 0.04mm op syne so dalk nog iets om te probeer vir later.
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