The perfect balance between power, weight and ease-of-use! The epitomy of versatility, the FE 350's engine has delivery and throttle response similar to a FE 250, but with broad tractable 450 rivalling performance. For 2017, the engine weighs 0.7 kg less than the old design and is also 20 mm shorter. With improved performance, mass centralisation and weight reduction, ride-ability has progressed to new levels. The FE 350 features a new six-speed gearbox with specific wide-range enduro type gearing. A low-friction shifter fork coating assists with shifting precision, while a new gear sensor allows the engine management system (EMS) to select a specific engine map for each gear. The smart new gear-lever design prevents dirt build-up, springing back into position for perfect control.
The new DOHC 350cc engine is second to none in terms of versatility. Sharing much of its architecture with the FE 250 engine, the FE 350 is delivers a significant boost of power and torque giving its lightweight character 450-rivalling power. The new design is now 20mm shorter and 0.7 kg lighter than its predecessor weighing in at only 28.5 kg with an electric starter.
The new crankshaft is not only stiffer but also features a shorter connecting rod. The shorter stroke allows the engine to rev more freely resulting in a quick and responsive power delivery. The plain big end bearing features two force-fitted bearing shells ensuring maximum reliability and durability, guaranteeing long service intervals of 135 hours.
The crankcase is engineered to house the shaft arrangements at the ideal centre of gravity. The clutch shaft position has moved 11.1mm back and 26.9mm up making the engine 20mm shorter in total. The casings are manufactured using a high-pressure die cast production process, resulting in thin wall thickness while retaining exceptional reliability. The iconic Husqvarna logo adorns the bronze finished crankcase covers.
Integrated cooling system
The radiators are expertly crafted by WP Performance Systems using high strength aluminium. CFD (computational fluid dynamics) is utilized to channel air through the radiators more efficiently and provide optimal cooling in all conditions. The cooling system is integrated into the frame increasing heat dissipation by channelling coolant through the frame while eliminating the need for additional hoses. Additionally, the radiator protectors do not only protect against flying debris but also act as a brace divert any energy from an impact around the radiator and into the frame.
1-cylinder, 4-stroke engine
Bore X Stroke
88 mm x 57.5 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity
Brakes Type Front
Brembo twin-piston floating calliper, brake disc 260 mm
Brakes Type Rear
Brembo single-piston floating calliper, brake disc 220 mm