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General Discussion / Re: Trailtech endurance II
« on: January 17, 2021, 09:12:26 PM »
Usually the speedo continually resetting is a symptom of a flat battery.Take speedo off and youll see a Round cover, undo it with a coin.from memory its a cr 032 ( 3 volt) or similar .Costs about a buck.

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News / Re: Low Seat
« on: December 11, 2020, 04:05:25 PM »
Modify the seat you have.Remove cover and cut down foam .I just rounded the edges off. Bought a air staple gun to refit cover .Easy job

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Sherco Tech / Re: Sherco 300se-r regulator
« on: October 10, 2020, 04:54:23 PM »
It may be crap but heres my theory on failing rectifier /regulators  and its not entirely Ducati's fault I'm not sure re the 2 strokes ,but the 4strokes have a 220w stator and its real only job is to charge the battery.So the regulator is working hard to dissipate excess voltage (Via heat) I always run with the headlight on and use a fan override switch to run the fan .This seems to keep the reg a little bit cooler.Havent had a problem so far and the battery always seems to have plenty of charge.

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General Discussion / Re: Comfortable seat? 2017 SER 300 6 Days
« on: September 21, 2020, 11:15:11 PM »
 LOL, You guys buy a race bike and complain the seat is too hard.. anyway easy to round of edges with a serrated knife (yes really).Remove stables levering up with a screw driver then remove with pliers.Mark foam with a sharpie and carve off edges with bread knife. Take small pieces at a time .Finish off with sand paper ,working down to smoother grit as you go.Leave your  seat cover in the sun prior to fitting as it will soften it.Start at the front ,put a couple of staples in then do rear .Once that is secure do the  sides I used a air stapler using 5mm or smaller staples or they will protrude into your ass. Its very easy to do I'm sure there will be something on YouTube ....good luck

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General Discussion / Re: 2020 SEF 300 50T Rear Sprocket & Stock Chain
« on: August 26, 2020, 03:03:47 AM »
A stock chain is long enough for a 13 x 50 .Wheel all the way forward and turn chain adjusters around and you will have ample adjustment.

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Sherco Tech / Re: 14 300serf TPS adjustment questions
« on: June 18, 2020, 04:20:17 AM »
Obviously disconnect   the plug  from TPS before attempting to set ohm reading

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Sherco Tech / Re: 14 300serf TPS adjustment questions
« on: June 18, 2020, 04:02:54 AM »
The reading between Blue signal and Red should be set at around 5 .3K ohms  + or - .5  NOT voltage .Set your meter to the 20k range and I think it is the 2 outside pins .This is when the throttle closed.The reading between Red and Black will (should) be 5 vdc. Don't pay any attention to the way Ktm tps is adjusted. This will get you going

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General Discussion / Re: 2020 sef 300 factory suspension
« on: June 09, 2020, 07:35:24 PM »
Don't take the lines at the top of the fork to be accurate .Remove wheel and slide axle into forks to adjust fork height.When least resistance is felt when rotating axle equals aligned forks

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General Discussion / Re: 2020 sef 300 factory suspension
« on: June 09, 2020, 07:29:10 PM »
The obvious question is ,Have you fitted the correct size springs for your weight??Makes a big difference

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Sherco Tech / Re: Se r 250t factory 2018 fan installation
« on: May 31, 2020, 11:19:25 PM »
 I have a  2017 Sefr and the fan plug was shoved into the wire loom underneath the tank.It was clearly marked FAN.I didn't use the factory kit but bought a spalls fan and a relay and harness from aJaycar (Australia).The ECu turns the fan on.The plug wires will have 12v,Earth and nothing.I connected the relay coil to the 12v and the wire with nothing on it to the other side of the relay coil.Run a heavier wire from the battery to on side of the relay contact and the other side of the contact to the fan .Run a the neg of the fan back to the battery.The temp sensor tells the ecu to switch to frame which pulls the relay in in turn feeds the fan.I hope this is as clear as Mud . lol.Good luck

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Sherco Tech / Re: Engine rattle in neutral?
« on: April 24, 2020, 02:52:49 AM »
Hi There,
I have owned a few Euro bikes and they all rattled (clutch) but they would quiet down when I pulled in the clutch.The opposite to what you described .These rattles appeared from new and was apparently normal.These were KTMs and Gas Gas bikes.I have a SEFR 300 and the clutch makes no rattle at all . If it doesn't slip ,I would just keep an eye (or ear )out and just keep riding

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Sherco Tech / Re: 2019 SEF 300 Fan (temp sensor)
« on: April 18, 2020, 02:13:15 AM »
I would expect if the temp sensor was no good you would have other problems such as a check engine and a motor that would be running like a hairy goat. Relay for sure

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Sherco Tech / Re: 2019 SEF 300 Fan (temp sensor)
« on: April 13, 2020, 08:30:03 PM »
The Fan is turned on via ECU. I believe The ECU fires relay to switch the 12 volts to the fan .So I would suspect the relay.If it is a sherco relay they're very exxy. When I fitted my fan to my sef I just bought a spal fan and went to Jay car bought a relay for 10 bucks .Youll find the  plug marked  Fan in the wire loom under the tank.I just wired the relay to the two outer terminals to the relay, then the relay contacts switched 12 volts.The fan plug will measure 12v on one term of the plug and nothing on the other.The ECU switches to frame to turn on relay in turn turns on fan. If it does turnout to be relay don't get ripped buying overpriced Sherco shit Good luck

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Sherco Tech / Re: rubber bits found inside oil filter
« on: April 10, 2020, 08:26:16 PM »
I'd guess that the motor has been apart and this Prob just sealant.Change oil ,run for a few hours and change again.I wouldn't worry about it too much

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Sherco Tech / Re: Very difficult starting (high compression?) '16 SER300
« on: November 20, 2019, 07:46:01 PM »
I too have been looking for a solution,which I dont believe can be totally eliminated but  looking at the circuit diagram there is no direct earth to the frame from the battery ,the frame is earthed thru the engine mounts etc.I have added a short cable from battery to the frame .The  neg cable from the battery goes all the way to the starter motor(prob around 450mm long) anyway doing this(cheap) and adjusting TPS to 0.52 vdc (was factory set at 0.4vdc) ,motor spins and starts very easily.Still hesitates  but very rarely tho

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