2004 Husaberg FS450E Supermoto/Dirt/Dual Sport

over 5 years ago
2004 Husaberg FS450E Supermoto/Dirt/Dual Sport
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This was primarily a track/race bike and it has way more potential than I have skills. I would love to keep it but over the last three years I have only been able to get to the track once a year so it needs to go to someone who will enjoy it more than I can.
This bike came from the factory in supermoto trim with top of the line components:
Supermoto specific lowered suspension
Behr 17in rims
Cush Hub
Beringer 6 piston front caliper, matching rotor and brembo master cylinder with brake light switch
Magura hydraulic clutch with ASV rotator clamp and ASV unbreakable lever
Brembo rear brake
6 speed transmission
Magura handelbars
Kick and e-start
Factory carb catch can
Factory wired for lights
I purchased this bike basically brand new in 06 and set it up for supermoto track days and racing with the following items:
Cycra pro bend handguards
Axle/Peg/Handguard/Muffler sliders
DIY radiator catch/recirculation tank
Full safety wiring
Works Connection holeshot device
Bar pad
Other extras include:
Ims rear disk protector
Reusable stainless steel oil filter
Uni filter and stock foam air filters
Aftermarket fuel mixture screw
Fresh battery
Fresh fork seals/oil by 707racer.com - one race weekend use since refresh, have receipt
+1 countershaft sprocket
Extra OEM top triple clamp with scotts bar clamp (never got around to purchasing the post or damper to complete the set)
Header and mid pipe wrapped for heat shielding
Muffler rivets replaced with screws for easier repacking
Spare swingarm with chain guide
Spare front axle
Factory service manual and parts book
NIB rear brake light swich
More information:
Jetting sorted, starts and runs great
I'm guesstimating under 60 hrs or so on motor, the hour meter I have installed died recently
All maintenance personally done by the book, I've used only Redline full synthetic MC specific oil, and the valves have never needed adjusting.
Before anyone asks, yes, the bike has been down, usually with me underneath it to cushion the fall.
Cosmetically the sliders have born the brunt of any contact with the ground however there are scratches on the plastics so it is not a showpiece, if that matters.
There is also a dent in one of the header pipes right before it goes into the 2-in-1. I did not notice any difference in power delivery so I have yet to get around to repairing.
Mechanically the bike has been meticulously maintained, is incredibly strong and frighteningly fast (for me at least).
If you did not know, the motor on this bike was the basis for the KTM RFS motor and has a reputation for strength and reliability.
Availability of parts has never been a problem as many are shared with KTMs, for anything else, MotoXotica in Vacaville is a great local resource.
Bike has never been registered so you won't pay any fees if you keep it as a track only bike.
I do have the MSO in hand though, if you play your cards right at the DMV you can walk out with a license plate.
Asking $4K as described above
For an additional negotiable amount, I also have a full dirt setup which includes the following components:
OEM WP Forks - tuned by Trailtricks for 180lb intermediate woods rider - I have the build sheet for reference
OEM WP Shock - worked fine the few times I used it so has not been revalved to match forks
OEM Rear wheel (silver Excel rim/OEM hub) w/brake rotor and Dunlop 756 tire
OEM Front wheel (silver Excel rim/OEM hub) w/brake rotor and Kenda Millville tire
OEM Brembo front brake master cylinder/stainless line/caliper/computer pickup sensor/ASV unbreakable lever
OEM KTM speedo/computer/thumb switch
OEM Black Front Fender
Aluminum skid plate
I've only ridden this bike off road maybe six times total, ended up liking a smaller displacement bike for trail riding.

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