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Bikers Cafe / Re: Floods in Japan.
« Last post by robvangulik on July 13, 2018, 01:42:19 AM »
Good to hear all is allright, and ofcourse the CBR is better.
Mine is 31 years old now, is over 321.000 km on the clock and still going strong.
Keep on riding!
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Bikers Cafe / Re: Floods in Japan.
« Last post by xpd153 on July 13, 2018, 01:18:24 AM »
No problem at all. I live in Nara Pref.
That heavy rain assaulted mainly Hiroshima,Ehime,Okayama,Yamaguchi, Hyogo and Kyoto.
Nara got relatively light damage.

 And now, it is quite hot summer. Too hot. Today, it will reach 37 Celsius degree.
 I have serious concern about Tokyo Olympic 2020.. Because it will take place two year later July.
 Japan's July is quite inappropriate time for such sport events. But IOC decided that schedule because of TV
broadcasting.

 Anyway,my CBR750 also has no problem. No news is good news.
 As you may know, I have BMW K75S and Honda CBR750. K75S is 32 years old. CBR is 30 years old.
 However, K75S has many maintenance problems. Currently it has after fire problem. I have to check intake system. In contrast, CBR750 has very few problem.
  So I can say CBR750 is more economical vehicle than K75S.

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Bikers Cafe / Floods in Japan.
« Last post by robvangulik on July 08, 2018, 11:46:03 AM »
@Xpd, do you have any troubles with excessive amounts of water?
As far as I know you live in the danger zone.....
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All Technical Issues / Re: Does not run well at 5500-6000rpm
« Last post by robvangulik on May 04, 2018, 11:36:15 AM »
Maybe, maybe not, Berra, the TS, lives in Sweden, and the riding season is short there.
So in the 5 years since posting he had only some 25 months to ride, he still might have his Hurricane winkywinky
I still have the CBR i bought in 1989....
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All Technical Issues / Re: Does not run well at 5500-6000rpm
« Last post by xpd153 on May 04, 2018, 02:06:35 AM »
In this case, rob is right. There is no sub cdi in the gauge.
The speed restrictor is designed for Japanese market model and all CBR750s are basically JDM(Japan Domestic Model).
  If your car or motorcycle is gray imported one, it may have similar speed restrictor. Even it is Nissan Skyline GT-R(R32,R33,R34).

 However, low powered vehicle which can not reach 180km/H, does not have such restrictor. Like K-cars, single cylinder motorcycles. I think.

Anyway, I guess original topic starter does not have this problem and RC27 any more.
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All Technical Issues / Re: Adjusting carb mixture setting
« Last post by robvangulik on May 03, 2018, 15:22:52 PM »
Do you have a replacement K&N filter in the standard Honda housing or 4 separate round filters?
For a replacement filter you usually won't have to alter the mixture screw settings.
In my opinion 3,5 turns out is very (too?) far, Honda recommends 1 and threequarter turn out, a large difference!
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All Technical Issues / Re: Does not run well at 5500-6000rpm
« Last post by robvangulik on May 03, 2018, 15:10:19 PM »
smile1004kno behind your tachometer you have a second small Cdi  unit its charging the timing of your spark after 5.500 rpm...if it has a problem you will fell like its working with 2 cylinders after 5.500 rpm.I hope I helped!!!
Hi Dawid, I think you mean the restrictor that for the Japanese market limits the topspeed to 180km/h, unfortunately that is actuated via the speedometer, and has nothing to do with the number of revs the engine makes.
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All Technical Issues / Re: Adjusting carb mixture setting
« Last post by Dawid on May 02, 2018, 21:32:53 PM »
 :bikeroil:Hallo guys ...in my situation is 3,5 turn's out the mixture BUT I have a K&N air filter and a muffler from a Z750 so every think needs to be wrong to work correctly ahhhahha  so the mixture is a tricky think it depending of all the rest on your hurricane!!!
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All Technical Issues / Re: Does not run well at 5500-6000rpm
« Last post by Dawid on May 02, 2018, 21:00:22 PM »
 smile1004kno behind your tachometer you have a second small Cdi  unit its charging the timing of your spark after 5.500 rpm...if it has a problem you will fell like its working with 2 cylinders after 5.500 rpm.I hope I helped!!!
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All Technical Issues / Re: cdi hurricane 750 1989
« Last post by Dawid on April 13, 2018, 20:24:11 PM »
 :Good-Post:Hallo guys im Dawid,I had a big problem with mine Cdi so I tried to replace it with a sc21 ,everything will work correctly if you take out the wiring of the extra Cdi you have behind the tachometer and then but the one of the 1000f,mine is working fine I don't have the firing extra from 5,500 rpm but I don't need it she is going smoothly until up rpm and a very smooth work on neutral 1000rpm now and works perfectly, I hope I helped with my post....every week past's its more difficult to find parts so we need to help each other. My regards hurricane raiders....
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