Question about 2011 Husaberg FE 570
Sounds like you have the common problem of a plugged fuel pick up. You need to remove the fuel pump, pickup, and sender unit deep in the fuel tank. Its quite common for these bikes to come with a substanitial amount of junk in the tank. There are fuel pickup sceens available for the pickup that seem pretty good at preventing this problem form reoccuring. once you remove the pick up unit, clean the screen (usually plugged with plastic mold remnants. You may want to check the injector if it doesn't run 100% after reassembly. Injector fouling is rare nut not unheard of. Husaberg.org is a good forum for owners
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think you are quite correct. The neoprene rubber oil seals like to be warm to grab the bearing properly.
Keep your eye on it though.
If your bike were a 1959 650cc Triumph Thunderbird, like mine, I would have said you have run out of oil!
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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