Hi crazy, first of all here is a link to a Husaberg forum thats very good, this should drop you right into a post I made about my bike. http://www.husaberg.org/modules.php?...opic=2&forum=1
Also, here is the Husaberg web-site Husaberg
it has the dealers listed.
The FS650C is the stripped down bike and has the competion rear baffle, filled to the brim with gas and all the fluids, it weighs 258 pounds!
My bike is the FS650E and comes with an electric starter, signals, head/tail and brakelights, a keyed ignition, steering lock and yes a speedo with resettable trip meter. I weighed my bike, filled to the brim with gas and all the fluids, 272 pounds! So yes it's light. They also centralized it's tiny mass incredibly well. The counter-balancer is a marvel of simplicity and effectiveness, it is suprisingly smooth. It is a counter-rotating "lamb-chop" that also mitigates the gyroscopic effect of the crank. Translation, This sucker turns....Fast!
The stock bike, with it's restrictive but quiet baffle, puts between 52 and 54 HP to the rear wheel. Less than 100 bucks and some fiddling around (see URL above) has netted me at least 60 HP at the rear wheel. The front tire doesn't get much wear!
like a factory ride, unbelievable.
In Canadian funds, with 14% sales tax, it cost $13,000 (about 500 bucks U.S.
This bike is an addiction and like all addictions, it has its costs.
1) Oil changes every 500 miles. (1 quart of synthetic)
2) Sometimes slow for parts.
3) Hard to get one.
4) People are always stopping you on the street to ask questions!
These things generally need about 5 times as much maintainence as your average Japanese machine. But, they are far from average, this thing is waaay too much fun!