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Wrenching / Re: What to do with the fuel system for LONG LONG term storage
« Last post by leusent on November 09, 2017, 04:48:44 PM »
Wow, i didn't realize this forum is 100% dead. Used to be good. Oh well.
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Wrenching / What to do with the fuel system for LONG LONG term storage
« Last post by leusent on November 09, 2017, 03:24:05 PM »
I love my CBR, but with two children between 0 and 1 year old... I can't find the time or justify the risk at the moment.

I want to store my bike for about 5 years. Clearly, draining the tank dry and putting some desiccate inside is a good idea. I'm unsure what to do about the pump, lines and injectors though. Should I try to get all the gas out of them? Presumably I could force the injectors to fire by putting 12v to them, so I could try to blow the system dry with compressed air and open injectors.

I can't find a damn thing about how to store any fuel injected vehicle long long term, because searching for "long term" results in details for storing your vehicle for the winter. A few articles about how badly messed up an FI system can get if you store it without proper prep... about ziltch on how to do said proper prep.

I welcome ideas on the subject!

Thanks.
Craig
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Wrenching / Indecatiors
« Last post by Cluck46 on August 27, 2017, 05:48:46 PM »
Hi I've wired the turn signals up live to bulb earth to earth.live to L on relay earth to B.bike had no relay or turn signals green and yellow to L on relay and gray to b on relay.relay don't click or flash when I test it I'm lost ya
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Hi. First post so please be gentle. Iíve recently bought a new 2017 CBR600rr and Iím REALLY REALLY struggling to find an exhaust like a Moto Gp style. I love the Dellevic (think thatís how itís spelt) but they donít cater for the 2013> CBR, neither do lots of sites Iíve tried recently. Iím after a particular style like a large bore single round tail, probably slashed and stainless steel not the carbon type but would have a carbon box and stainless tip. Rather like the MGP Growler etc. Hope someone can help.
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General Motorcycle Discussion / Re:600RR long distance touring
« Last post by trd2000 on August 01, 2017, 01:45:53 AM »
I guarantee you that not a single owner of the RR has even had a sliver of a thought of touring with it!! There is no way in hell that someone could make it more than 200miles in a straight line on the RR. Yeah we might lie to ourselves and say that the seat is comfortable enough but we all know the seat SUCKS! Forget the RR and the F4i both of them aren't good for touring. Now the best Honda for touring and being able to rock through the twisties is the Interceptor. Comfort is great and you can get hard saddlebags for it, but they are expensive around $1000. I myself almost got the Interceptor instead of the RR. Have fun with whatever you get.

LMAO....  i know this thread is ludicrously old but i wonder if this guy ever re-thought his "guarantee"? i did 30,000km (18,000 miles) within 3 months of buying my RR back in 08. I'm actually looking at how to set it up for a round australia ride next month (which is how i found the post) .... and theres plenty who have adventured further and wilder than me.
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For Sale / 2007 CBR 600 RR Track Bike For Sale
« Last post by TonyVO on July 24, 2017, 11:46:30 AM »
11,018 Miles, Greater Orlando Area FL, $4,000
call 407-463-4583 if interested

This is a track ready bike with many extras:
- Sharkskinz race fairings - There is some damage to the throttle side but they work fine.
- Woodcraft frame sliders, swing arm spools and 1.5" riser clip ons
- GB Racing engine covers
- Dynojet power commander
- Dynojet quickshift
- Hindle Titanium full exhaust and Dyno tuned
- Steel braided front brake lines
- Safety wired
- Dunlop Q3 tires
- Sprung for a 200 lb rider

Stock Body Work is also available to make the bike street legal again including a fender elimination kit.

For pics see https://orlando.craigslist.org/mcy/6228026731.html
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Wrenching / Is there a prefered slipper clutch?
« Last post by skiman on July 03, 2017, 09:41:15 AM »
Need to install a slipper clutch since a missed shift last July caused me a nasty crash. The only ones I've found are STM & Yoyodyne. Any input will be appreciated. For 2011 CBR600 RR. Thanks.
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For Sale / Re: WTS '05 CBR Sprockets
« Last post by DEREKDLF on March 09, 2017, 12:39:37 PM »
sprocket pic
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For Sale / Re: WTS '05 CBR Sprockets
« Last post by DEREKDLF on March 09, 2017, 12:38:07 PM »
sprocket pic
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