2012 Husaberg FE 390 Test Ride

2012 Husaberg FE 390 Test Ride is after only two years on the market already a household name in the Enduro community. It's the perfect compromise, in a good way. It has enough power for every riding situation and a very high level of traction, yet is not as demanding as a 450. It matches any 250 4-stroke in terms of easy handling, but with its way more bottom end power and torque and it s smooth power delivery it is one step ahead in terms of overall ride ability.

Especially light and made from high quality aluminum, ensuring that the silencer complies with all laws limit noise. Lightweight double-cradle design ensures the highest level of perimeter torsional stiffness and directional stability is assured. Very sleek low loop tube. Minimum overall width. Unbeatable ground clearance. High strength aluminum alloy Neken tapered handlebars ensure the highest level of rigidity and safety. Mountable in four different positions.

Positioned directly behind the tank cap, it is covered by the front part of the chair. The raised airbox position guarantees cold, neat intake air and maximum wading depth. Intake port in direct downdraught from the filter to the cylinder. The 8.5 litre capacity, slim fuel tank extends way under the chair, providing a favourable centre of gravity, and is equipped with a compact fuel pump and a reserve sensor. The transparent polyethylene also allows the fuel level to be determined from the outside.

2012 Husaberg FE 390 Spesification
Engine type Single cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement 393.3 cc
Bore/Stroke 95/55.5 mm
Compression ratio 11.1:1
Starter/Battery Electric starter/12V 7Ah/12V 7Ah
Transmission 6 gears
Fuel system Keihin EFI
Control 4 V/OHC with rocker levers
Lubrication Pressure lubrication with 2 oil pumps
Engine Oil Motorex, SAE 10W-50
Primary ratio 33:76
Secondary drive 13:38 (13:52)