New 2010 Husqvarna TE310 Dirt Bike Review 05:04 by admin ·

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The TE310 is “for riders who want a powerful, easy-to-ride 4-stroke with a sweet spot displacement.” Well, that’s exactly what Husqvarna riders will get with this machine. We enjoyed the TE every time we rode it, regardless of conditions. The market for true dirt bikes with licensing ability is becoming more popular and more important for the health of our sport. Not only does the 310 expand the available options with a lovable displacement, but it also proved willing and capable for off-road racing. It falls short only on fuel range, but we’re willing to sacrifice some of that or deal with a larger aftermarket tank for the sensation of freedom and constant urging to take the hard route. Husky does offer a 3-gallon tank in its Special Parts catalog, which also features a host of other aftermarket items like full-coverage skidplates to replace the stock aluminum unit placed between the steel frame rails with separate plastic protectors to extend around the engine
The 298cc motor uses an 83 x 55mm bore and stroke to produce its smooth, linear power.
MotoUSA’s V.P. of Design and regular off-road tester, Bria
2010 Husqvarna TE310 Dirt Bike Review Picture n Chamberlain, rode the same minute on his 450 and was able to watch the Husky from an outsider’s perspective. He commented that while I was riding very aggressively when running our fastest pace, he was able to lug his larger-displacement machine to achieve the same speed. Not necessarily surprising, but it confirmed that the 310 is best ridden high in the revs like a 250F in order to get the most out of it. It just doesn’t have the brawn to pull that heavy front end over obstacles in low rpm. It also proved that the Husky is capable of running near the top of our comfort level without any serious personalization; remember, it carries a plate
Specification
Engine: 4-stroke, 4-valve, liquid-cooled Single
Displacement: 298cc
Bore x Stroke: 83 x 55mm
Transmission: 6-speed
Starting: Electric and kick
Ignition: Digital
Fueling: 42mm Mikuni Fuel Injection
Front Brake: 260mm wave rotor, dual-piston Brembo caliper
Rear Brake: 240mm floating wave rotor, single-piston Brembo caliper
Front Suspension: 50mm Marzocchi fork, compression and rebound adjustable
Rear Suspension: Sachs shock, preload, high/low compression and rebound adjustable
Claimed Dry Weight: 245 lbs
Curb Weight: 275 lbs
Wheelbase: 58.4 in
Ground Clearance: 11.8 in
Seat Height: 37.9 in
Fuel Capacity: 1.9 gal
MSRP: $7999

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