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Try out the possibilities of this board here / Readme
« on: January 30, 2021, 23:32:06 PM »
Everything you post in this topic can be deleted by admin at any time so use only for testing purposes

Important news / Bookmark the CBR 750 Hurricane Facebook page
« on: January 26, 2021, 23:39:10 PM »
Just in case this site dies or has maintenance be sure to bookmark the Facebook group called : Honda CBR 750 Hurricane
The adress is :

Humour Cafe / test
« on: January 19, 2021, 16:18:15 PM »

Important news / Not possible to post/react
« on: January 10, 2021, 13:01:51 PM »
Apparently it was no longer possible to react or post on this forum. I fixed te problem, one file was damaged on the server that caused this to happen.
Thanks to xpd153 and Rob for reporting this.

update 1. The problem with not being able to react/post is not yet over. From several hours to several days it happenes again.
I am monitoring it at the moment and looking into what's causing it.

update 2. Last couple of days I've been looking for a new company to migrate the website to. I have aquired webspace at a new company and currently testing that environment.

Once a copy of this site succesfully works on that host, I will migrate the forum.

update 3. The website is now running from a new server. No data was lost, however I had to migrate in order to make sure no data was lost hence still some minor problems..

I am gonna get some sleep but put "maintenance mode" off, so you can play around to see if it's working ok.
Ill do some tests later myself also

Attachments don't seem to display correctly at this time..

update 4. The existing links in the forum don't all work cause the mappings on the new server are different. Looking into it and putting the site back in maintenance.
Also deleted the reactions in this topic that have been dealt with.

update 5.  Fixed existing links in the forum linking to other topics and fixed the links to the Hurricane manuals. Pulling the forum out of maintenance mode

update 6. Mail not working yet

Update 7. Working on security at new registrations

Update 8. Implemented security features for bot registrations.

Update 9. Got mail working on the new host, so new registrations are now possible again! Deleted all non activated bot accounts and converted the entire site to SSL (more secure)

update 10. Added test board should you wanna try out features (this one)

Important news / Website hacked
« on: February 13, 2020, 23:46:17 PM »
The website got hacked, been working on trying to shut down the security holes but not succeeded yet. Site may be unavailable from time to time.

Important news / Website crashed due to servercrash at the host
« on: December 09, 2019, 23:31:29 PM »
it's running now but not sure yet if everythings working..

It's fixed now.

Thank you Rob for notifying me  :respekt:

1987 press release (translated, might contain errors)

1988 press release (translated, might contain errors)

All Technical Issues / Specifications (copied from the old website)
« on: June 02, 2019, 18:00:17 PM »
Some important specifications were put in a seperate file for your convenience

Important news / Site information has been migrated to the forum
« on: June 02, 2019, 17:59:05 PM »
Hi All,

All technical information from the 'old' website has been migrated to the forum.

pros :
-no dual login needed anymore to get to the manuals and/or the forum
-ditched the Donate button at the top

cons : might have to update your bookmarks ;)

All technical info including the manuals and press releases are now available as sticky topics in the Technical board.
Registering is not necessary to view them anymore.

Should you miss something important from the old site, leave a reaction please.

All Technical Issues / Derestricting (copied from the old website)
« on: June 02, 2019, 16:54:58 PM »
The restrictor is fitted within the speedometer, after removal of the speedometer cover you will find a thin circular disc which is driven by a magnetic field produced when the cable drive turns. (the faster the drive rotates the further round the disc moves.) On the disc are 2 high spots, the first causes the red light to come on at 95kph when it passes between a small circuit board. As speed is increased the second high spot comes into a position between what looks like two transistors, that is the speed regulator. All you need to do is to slice this second high spot off the disc as cleanly as possible keeping the uniform circular shape of the disc. The disc is very thin so it can be done with a pair of sharp scissors - taking care not to distort the disc or leave any burrs on the edge - the speedo can then be re-assembled and your 'Hurricane' is up to full power.</p>

The de-restricting info above was sent to me by Jeremy, thanx again buddy.

All Technical Issues / Dynojet-run (copied from the old website)
« on: June 02, 2019, 16:19:48 PM »
Although a bit blurred , this is the result of a dynojet run with my  bike. I had it done at a 'motoport' in lelystad.Since there are no  technical details in the bike shops or on the net on the CBR 750  Hurricane , this was very illuminating to me because I finally learnt  what its max speed was :) ps. The speedometer on my bike doesn't go beyond 180 km so I had no idea  how fast I was going top , that is , untill this run.

Important news / Website has been offline
« on: December 04, 2018, 22:52:39 PM »
Unfortunately we had some downtime while the website was migrated to another server by my host.
It's back online and should you nptice anything out of the ordinary, please let me know.  smile1004great

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