Question about Husaberg Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds to me like it could be a few things... pretty interesting that it runs and shuts down...sits for a little while then fires back up. Could be something as simple as a bad ground.. maybe it needs cleaned.. if the ground is making very little contact.. the bike would run bad, and because its direct current it has to flow. The metal in the motor frame etc will hold so much DC current.. but *** soon as it load up the bike would stop sparking. Let it sit for a while, DC trickles into the battery through the slight contact, bike fires back up. OR could be bad venting of your fuel tank, or a partial clog at the pet ****.. the first is pretty easy to check, open your fuel cap and start the bike..if it does the same thing then its not a vent problem. One thing that does happen on the Radian, is the reserve fuel screen inside the tank comes loose, and then everything inside the that has built up over the years either partially clogs the pet ****, or the hose, or both. Take the tank off, pull the pet **** off..if it still has two intact tubes with good screens..you probably don't have any junk in your line..but I would pull the line off and blow through it any way... it could be some type of blockage, when the bike sets the fuel seep through, but when it runs it eventually creates a vaccuum that stops the fuel flow. Those are my two first thoughts... good luck!!
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Because the problem you describe is intermittent, it is almost certainly fuel related, either the fuel itself or the carbs on your bike.
Before taking it to a dealer or mechanic (or trying to fix it yourself), get a can of Seafoam (I know Autozone has it) and add it to the fuel. It seems to do an excellent job of cleaming out whatever bad stuff accumulates in fuel systems over time, especially carburetors.
There's an interesting review of it at: http://www.webbikeworld.com/sea-foam/
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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