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SWM RS300? Cheap & solid donk but maybe a tad heavy. A lot of Husky gear fits.
Yeah...not a big fan. I heard rumors of a 2T though...

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Go for it Stu. I had problems with turning in, so slowing too much into the turn, then the instant response was a bit of an issue over "bumps"... likely a gumby rider issue...anyhows : I softened the front compression and slowed the rebound lots, then dropped (slid the forks up) as far as I had room and put the handle bars to the front . now I can chuck it into the turns and all the other issues disappeared.
If you think its riding a bit high like someone else did , give it a try.

(2017 standard 390 100 kg numpty on the back.)

Oh, and with the creek work you were doing the 390 would putt through that and give a measured dose of shove when you want it.
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Go for it Stu. I had problems with turning in, so slowing too much into the turn, then the instant response was a bit of an issue over "bumps"... likely a gumby rider issue...anyhows : I softened the front compression and slowed the rebound lots, then dropped (slid the forks up) as far as I had room and put the handle bars to the front . now I can chuck it into the turns and all the other issues disappeared.
If you think its riding a bit high like someone else did , give it a try.

(2017 standard 390 100 kg numpty on the back.)

Oh, and with the creek work you were doing the 390 would putt through that and give a measured dose of shove when you want it.
Awesome feedback mate!!!
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SWM RS300? Cheap & solid donk but maybe a tad heavy. A lot of Husky gear fits.
the seat and tank are a bit different though aren't they?
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the seat and tank are a bit different though aren't they?
Yep, rear sideplates too. Tank, seat and plates all fit the bike but are needed as a set, can't mix SWM and husky without it looking cobbled together.
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yes, the RR390 is perfect combo of grunt/revs...fit a 51T rear sprocket and go anywhere

Here's a shot of jallopy's speedo (2105 model) from last weeks ride....
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I have a Beta 300,350 and 480. I watched your vid and for that type of riding I would choose the 300 every time. Lighter,lower seat height and don't get as hot in the slow stuff. If you go the 390 consider fitting a rad fan.
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I have a Beta 300,350 and 480. I watched your vid and for that type of riding I would choose the 300 every time. Lighter,lower seat height and don't get as hot in the slow stuff. If you go the 390 consider fitting a rad fan.
Stu, I tend to agree with Jack. I am sure you have ridden your mate's 250 Beta so you'd know they are a completely different motor to the Husky you have in the vid. You can hear that thing needing to be wound up to get moving from a standstill where-as the newer 2T (Beta and KTM anyway) motors are far more "torquey" than that thing. I'd go a 2T too - I am a 250 man.
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I have a customer who has just sold his 2016 BETA RR300 Race Edition and bought a new 2018 RR390 Race and he's loving the 4T experience.
I recommend a fan kit for any of the 4Ts as well.

So to your original post, if you can get a 390 go for it !

Or wait 9 days and see if the MY19 BETAs have any significant changes, we should see the MY19 bikes in August, but most likely September.
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I've got a 15 390. You can rev it if you want to, I don't do it often, or just chug along,. Massive pull from idle all the way up. Super smooth, not as powerful as 450,which is a good thing I think, but lighter and much more manageable. No vibrations unlike 2T. I love mine 😍😍😍
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