Husaberg Motorcycle Battery Replacements
When the motorcycle division of Husqvarna was purchased in 1987 by Italian brand Cagiva, some of the Swedish engineers stayed behind in Sweden and founded Husaberg Motor AB in 1988. The name for the new brand was only made official when founder Thomas Gustavsson entered an enduro on one of his hand built machines. He was forced to declare a brand for his machine and the name chosen was Husaberg. Building lightweight, high performance 4 stroke machines in an era completely dominated by 2 stroke bikes, Husaberg struggled until it was bought by KTM in 1995. Many of the designs and innovations first seen on Husaberg bikes now show up on KTM’s a few years later, making Husaberg the de facto mule brand for the Austrian manufacturer. Some recent innovations include fuel injection and a laid over, 70-degree engine with the crankshaft stacked on top of the transmission and an under the seat fuel tank.