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Sherco Tech / Bump Starting A 2020 300 SEF Factory?
« on: March 23, 2020, 09:18:31 AM »
I just noticed I can't bump start my 2020 Sherco 300 SEF Factory on a hill. WTF? It will do it if you try it within a few seconds of killing the engine while the relay is still powering up the system. (Indicated by the headlight still being on) I guess I need to study the wiring diagram for a way to work around that stupid design.
Scenario: The starter dies but the battery is still good. No kickstarter. So I have to bump start the bike. I assume hitting the starter button will wake up the system to provide power to run the fuel injection and ignition so the bike will start?

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Classifieds / KYB Shock Spring 54 N/mm - 5.5 KG
« on: March 17, 2020, 05:03:00 PM »
I have a new take off KYB shock spring for sale. Sherco part number 7747. KYB part number 12053500010.
$60 plus shipping to your location.

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Rally / Sherco Dakar 2020
« on: December 12, 2019, 06:21:28 PM »
I found this pic on ADV. That is the extent of my knowledge about Sherco in the Dakar Rally.  :)



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General Discussion / Show Us Your Farkles
« on: December 05, 2019, 06:27:41 PM »
I can't find a place to post up pictures of things you have added to your Sherco. So this is the place. Post up pictures of things you have added to your Sherco. Please post up the link so people can find out more about it.

FARKLE
accessory.
The word is generally accepted to mean a combination of "function" and "sparkle", hence, farkle.
Motorcycle enthusiasts may install accessories, called farkles (also spelled farkel), to customize their machine.

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Sherco Tech / 2020 300 SEF Factory coolant boiling/recovery tank
« on: August 26, 2019, 08:56:57 AM »
New owner here.  Coolant should expand into the recovery tank as it heats up. I can hear mine boiling in the radiators and the coolant level never changes in the tank. I  checked for a kinked hose and it looked fine. I can get a little flow through it with air but not much. My guess is the recovery tank barb is restricted from the molding process or the crimped clamp on the hose was crimped too tight.  Anyone have this problem before? I guess i will cut off the clamp and check when i get home from camping.

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