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Offline On Tap

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Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
on: December 08, 2015, 01:18:06 PM
I'm a fan of the Honda Crossrunner and hope Honda will bring the bike to the USA soon!  It sounds like they might bring it over to the US for 2016 under a different name.  Not sure if it's the exact same bike as the crossrunner though.  Until they do, I'll keep riding my Honda Interceptor.

I'm wondering if a Crossrunner Owner could possibly help me with a modification I want to make to my 2007 25th Anniversary Honda Interceptor please?  I want to order a set of stock passenger foot rest assemblies for a Honda Crossrunner to install on my Honda Interceptor.  They look much better than the stock Interceptor passenger foot rests.  Unfortunately, these parts are rather expensive, so I'd like to confirm they're going to fit my Interceptor before I order them.  Could someone be so kind as to measure the distance between the bolt holes on their Crossrunner passenger foot rests and tell me what that measurement is?  My stock Interceptor bolt holes are 3 inches (or 7.6cm) apart.  That is from center to center of the bolt holes that attach the foot rests to the frame.  If the Crossrunner passenger foot rest bolt dimensions are the same, they should bolt right on.

Thank you in advance for any help with this.

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #1 on: December 14, 2015, 06:53:37 PM
Just a follow up on my original post here...

Could someone possibly please help me out by measuring the center-to-center of the bolt holes of the passenger footrest assembly where it attaches to the rear sub-frame?

I'd really appreciate it.

Thanks.

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #2 on: December 14, 2015, 09:22:43 PM
Hi On Tap,

night time over here, will have a look tomorrow for you in daylight. Quick look under rear end suggest the bolts appear attached to be inner side of the rear subframe, covered by inner mudguard. Does that similar to yours? May need some dismantling to see. 21.35 took photo see attached
Rob
Last Edit: December 14, 2015, 09:35:49 PM by tiggy

Offline On Tap

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #3 on: December 14, 2015, 09:38:23 PM
Thanks very much Rob!  Anytime in the next few days is fine.

Should just be able to measure the outside bolts to get the dimension.  Shouldn't have to take anything apart.  The picture below has a yellow circle around the bolts I need the dimension from.

Thanks again!

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #4 on: December 14, 2015, 09:43:44 PM
On Tap, did you get the photo? My bolts appear to thread from the inside. In your pic they screw from the outside in?

I'll check in daylight tomorrow for you, no problem, but they look different beasts. I'll take a few more photos so we can compare.
Rob

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #5 on: December 14, 2015, 09:48:36 PM
Rear footrest picture.

On Tap, check out the images on Google or somewhere, pre-2015 VFR800X Crossrunners appear to have the rear hanger bolts exposed, whereas 2015 models have these hidden and appear to be tucked out of sight by panels both outer and inner. Guessing they changed the design. Sorry mate but I will look at mine in more detail tomorrow.
Rob
Last Edit: December 14, 2015, 09:54:06 PM by tiggy

Offline On Tap

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #6 on: December 14, 2015, 09:53:31 PM
Sorry Tiggy, I didn't notice the photo at first!  Those are "different beasts".  I wouldn't be able to arrange fitment onto my Interceptor for those.  I'll need the passenger footrest style in the photo I posted.  Maybe the footrests in that photo are from a different year than yours.

Thanks very much for trying to help me!
Last Edit: December 14, 2015, 10:02:49 PM by On Tap

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #7 on: December 14, 2015, 09:55:59 PM
Hey, no worries mate, anything and anytime, we try to help. If they do let you guys in the US have the same machine then you'll love her. Much refined and a real hoot, not bad for touring either.

Good luck with your quest, Rob
Last Edit: December 14, 2015, 09:59:10 PM by tiggy

Offline On Tap

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #8 on: December 15, 2015, 02:38:11 PM
Thanks again Rob.

Hey...one more question.  What year is your CrossRunner?

Thanks.

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Re: Help with Passenger Foot Rests Please
Reply #9 on: December 15, 2015, 04:39:44 PM
On Tap,
mine is September 2015, there are a growing number now buying these bikes here. Honda were doing a deal throwing in for free:- the Akrapovic can, heated grips, centre stand, TomTom 400 sat-nav and top box and carrier, all for £10299 on the road. I had R&G crash bungs fitted and went for the side panniers too and exchanged the small top box for a double size, so get both f/face helmets stowed. Other mods are the taller screen so far.
We passed very close to Franklin, NC last year, road through Knoxville to Asheville then along the Skyline route on way back to Newark NJ. We completed a coast to coast to coast of your fantastic country August/September. We were riding a Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere, albeit I'm sure had I had the CrossRunner then she would have done just as well.