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Classifieds / Re: Sherco Part Pricing?
« Last post by Rick on Today at 01:13:01 AM »
I heard that Sherco part pricing has increased dramatically? Is this true?
So, do you have many parts?
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Sherco Tech / Re: 300 sefr top end
« Last post by doh13 on January 21, 2021, 08:05:46 PM »
Are the cam lobes on these DLC coated? They look very dark.
They could be they are dark but im not sure.
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General Discussion / Re: 2021 300 SE-Factory coming to the stable on Mon!
« Last post by alang on January 21, 2021, 03:47:43 PM »
Beta Kyb
See Jonny Walker
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General Discussion / Re: Best after market piston 2t
« Last post by JS_MO on January 21, 2021, 12:56:15 PM »
vertex
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General Discussion / Re: 2021 300 SE-Factory coming to the stable on Mon!
« Last post by erdat on January 21, 2021, 11:05:50 AM »
Thank you for the info. by the way
https://www.rieju.es/en/hard-off-road

Also eurpean with KYB suspensions (old gasgas)
Specs, parts and price is extremly competitive
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General Discussion / Re: 2021 300 SE-Factory coming to the stable on Mon!
« Last post by Sfade on January 21, 2021, 09:53:40 AM »
Sherco actually just published a video on youtube with their general manager...like a re-launch video.  COVID has been the issue.  Manufacturing came to halt and parts supply became scarce.  France did a pretty good lock down so they are pretty far behind in production cycle.  Its rough.  If GAS GAS can take advantage with their great new platform then they should.  Sherco just seems that they were at the mercy of the logistical nightmare of COVID.  Each country handled it differently so effects vary. 

I am pretty sure that Sherco is the only company where you can get the European chromo-frame/geom with Japanese suspension (KYB)....and that is a winning combo in my opinion. 
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General Discussion / Re: SE 300 factory 2021 - Starting issues
« Last post by rkm on January 21, 2021, 08:46:50 AM »
The issue with the 2021 is not the same and not widely discussed on here as the previous poster claims. Something is wrong with the mapping leading to a loss of spark on cranking. The spark usually only happens when you first hit the starter button or when you let off, hence the backfire.

"rkm", you may be right. I have 2019 model and I had starting problems from the beginning. I thought I tackled them with better battery, new start button, new plugs, new wire harness, new relay or with new cdi ignition and updated ecu, but no. Now I have the same ignition system and updated ecu as new bikes (Kokusan cdi model, right?). Maybe now the reason for problems is different than at first, but the outcome is the same - bike starts up differently from time to time: not at all/poorly/with minor problems/normally  :( At this moment, the spark happens exactly as you are describing and then for no visible reason, it becomes normal.

"Trackdaygod", welcome to the club and hopefully you'll get problem solved faster!

Did you get the new GET box upgrade? If so, you need the new update. It wasnt released until the end of November so I doubt very many have used it yet.

If you have freespin sometimes but not all, I would start with cleaning and lubing the bendix. I like to soak them in atf for a while to do both jobs.

I always add an auxiliary ground from the battery to the subframe. Itll help/prevent all sorts of issues.
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General Discussion / Re: 2021 300 SE-Factory coming to the stable on Mon!
« Last post by erdat on January 21, 2021, 08:08:17 AM »
Congratulations. What's up with all this short supply. Turkey only got three new 2021 bikes, and the national distributor cannot confirm when new bikes will arrive! Is that true for other countries as well?
And with all this new GasGas stuff, in my opinion Sherco lost a lot potential buyers, at least here in my country. Any one care to comment.
Cheers,
Erdat
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General Discussion / Re: SE 300 factory 2021 - Starting issues
« Last post by erdat on January 21, 2021, 08:02:01 AM »
Dear rkm,
what's the likely cause of the freespin?
-erdat
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General Discussion / Re: SE 300 factory 2021 - Starting issues
« Last post by eralha on January 21, 2021, 07:10:13 AM »
The issue with the 2021 is not the same and not widely discussed on here as the previous poster claims. Something is wrong with the mapping leading to a loss of spark on cranking. The spark usually only happens when you first hit the starter button or when you let off, hence the backfire.

"rkm", you may be right. I have 2019 model and I had starting problems from the beginning. I thought I tackled them with better battery, new start button, new plugs, new wire harness, new relay or with new cdi ignition and updated ecu, but no. Now I have the same ignition system and updated ecu as new bikes (Kokusan cdi model, right?). Maybe now the reason for problems is different than at first, but the outcome is the same - bike starts up differently from time to time: not at all/poorly/with minor problems/normally  :( At this moment, the spark happens exactly as you are describing and then for no visible reason, it becomes normal.

"Trackdaygod", welcome to the club and hopefully you'll get problem solved faster!

what i do to not feel this issue and i almost dont see it as a problem is as rkm sayd, "short button presses ease starting." dont inssist with long button presses, if the bike does not start right away leave the button and wait a couple seconds then try again this will give time for the electric ignition to work properly. At least is what i do with success.

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