Husqvarna was established over 100 years ago in Sweden and is the world's first motorcycle manufacturer. The brand is world famous due to participation in global racing competitions for many decades. Husqvarna dirt bikes, also known as "husky," have won 78 world racing titles for three of its lines of motorcycles. Husqvarna manufactured motorcycles from 1903 until it was sold to Cagiva of Italy in 1987. Cagiva was part of a company (MV Agusta Motorcycles S.p.A) which was acquired by BMW in 2007. The BMW Group currently manufactures Husqvarna motorcycles under 21 brand models divided into four categories: Enduro, Supermotard and Motocross and Dual.
The dual purpose engine is liquid cooled with a 410cc capacity. It has four valves and four cylinders. The bore by stroke is 91.5-by-60.8mm. The compression ratio is 11.4 to one. The engine dimensions are 91.5-by-60.8mm.
The twin factory mufflers are approved by Australian Design Rules (ADR). ADR sets standards for the safety, theft and emissions of vehicles based upon performance criteria. This criterion includes noise, braking and occupant protection. Vehicles that are ADR approved are identified with a plate attached to the frame which includes its VIN.
The 1999 Husqvarna was improved from the previous year with the addition of triple clamps along with new castings that mount the leading axle. This change allowed the motorcycle to turn sharper and permitted the rider to push the front end of the bike downward with little effort when coming out of a turn. The 1999 TE 410 model was manufactured with a dedicated mechanical oil pump to work with the bike's vacuum system.
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