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All Technical Issues / Re: cbr750 Manual
« on: July 26, 2019, 00:35:06 AM »
 smile1004up
You know you don't get paid for this work?

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All Technical Issues / Re: cbr750 Manual
« on: July 22, 2019, 23:09:20 PM »
That BMW made a very un-BMW sound...!

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All Technical Issues / Re: cbr750 Manual
« on: July 22, 2019, 01:48:50 AM »
As it is I am in awe about the speed you're going, I hope it will be much used by folks all over the world!
And I bet xpd153 is keeping a close eye on the proceedings winky5a

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All Technical Issues / Re: cbr750 Manual
« on: July 20, 2019, 00:41:49 AM »
Like i wrote earlier, experienced bikers only need manuals for the exact numbers and data like wear limits and bearing clearances, maybe some torque settings.
Your knowledge of Japanese will increase too, I imagine :winknudge:

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All Technical Issues / Re: cbr750 Manual
« on: July 18, 2019, 22:40:06 PM »
One big advantage is that by the time you finished the manual you won't need it anymore, you'll know that bike inside out by then gasdrop

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All Technical Issues / Re: cbr750 Manual
« on: July 18, 2019, 00:02:13 AM »
It looks great, but you are aware of the amount of work involved in translating the whole book?
I think that most people who buy this bike now are old hands at motorcycling and maintenance of bikes, and can manage quite well with the Japanese manual, augmented with the 1000 manual for more difficult tasks. I admire your diligence in taking it on, but have no idea how many will really appriciate the amount of work involved.

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All Technical Issues / Re: Moto manual download site
« on: July 15, 2019, 22:41:42 PM »
Wow, that is a lot of manuals!
Must be (almost) all the bikes Honda made, just a shame the CBR750 isn't in there.
I keep looking too, some time ago I read somewhere that the 750 manuals should be obtainable in Spanish, but I haven't found any evidence of it on the internet yet.

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Photo of (you (and) or) your bike :) / Re: Project CBR
« on: July 14, 2019, 01:25:58 AM »
Let it soak in a good rustbuster for a few days....

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Photo of (you (and) or) your bike :) / Re: Project CBR
« on: July 13, 2019, 10:53:54 AM »
Don't forget the VFR750, early models, mostly concerning wheels, frame and frontfork parts! The '87/'88 1000f for fairing seat and tank, AND those small rubber caps for the vacuŁm connections on the carbs.
The 600 doesn't have so many parts in common....

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New Members please introduce yourselves :) / Re: Hello
« on: July 12, 2019, 01:32:16 AM »
Welcome, let's hope it runs so well you want to keep it anyway winky5a
What part of the world are you situated?

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All Technical Issues / Re: cdi hurricane 750 1989
« on: July 06, 2019, 18:52:55 PM »
Yes I know them, that is just 150km from here.
They do alternators and dynamo's too, do excellent work, BUT they are quite expensive.
I know, better expensive (and with guarantee!) than not available, but a simple 2nd hand ecu from a 1000F is far cheaper, and seems to work okay.....

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Bikers Cafe / Re: Super Blackbird was sold at $1700 in Japan
« on: July 03, 2019, 16:04:10 PM »
Well done, that is quite extensive!  :bow:
 So it seems the SC31 designation is specific for Japan, although it could well be possible some of those got sold over the rest of the world like the 750 Hurricane

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All Technical Issues / Re: Normal operating temperature
« on: June 18, 2019, 22:53:04 PM »
Let it idle for a while to get the temperature up and see if the ventilator kicks in, if it does there's nothing to worry about.

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All Technical Issues / Re: cdi hurricane 750 1989
« on: June 16, 2019, 16:22:34 PM »
Now you're making me curious :upset:

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With speed warning you mean the little red light?
Easiest way is to take the bulb out :winknudge:

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