Husaberg’s TE300 is a great all-around trail machine for the masses. With an easy-to-ride, mellow power off
the bottom, it has a strong pull through the midrange and
just enough revs on top without going overboard. The sus-
IM P ROVEMEN TS
Hinson Racing’s billet-aluminum
inner hub and pressure plate can
handle hours upon hours of repeated
abuse but still come out looking like new.
The clutch cover, also made from bil-
let aluminum, not only looks trick but is
stronger than the stock piece.
Dunlop’s Geomax MX51 tires get
good traction in a wide variety of
conditions. The front is 80/100/21
and the rear is 120/80/18.
Regina’s lightweight, high-tensile-strength, gold
O-ring chain adds strength
and durability, because it’s never good to be
stuck on the trail with chain issues.
SuperSprox’s Stealth hybrid sprocket was
developed for riding in extreme conditions,
combining a lightweight aluminum inside
riveted to a steel outer ring containing the
drive teeth. The Stealth is lighter than a
steel sprocket and stronger than a standard aluminum sprocket—the best of both
pension is soft but very manageable on the trail. Making
this bike better took hours of research and countless
hours of testing. Here are 12 bolt-on items we’ve found
that made our Husaberg TE300 better than stock. o
Making the best better
T.M. Designworks’ Slide
’N’ Glide kit consists
of a front swingarm
slider, rollers and rear
chainguide made with
just like the skid plate.
The non-linkage kits
are specially designed to
keep undue tension off
the chain for better sus-
pension action. These kits
are a staple item for most
off-road factory teams.