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Items For Sale / Wanted / Re: 2019 CR front sprocket
« Last post by Corringdon on Yesterday at 09:34:41 AM »
Many thanks for the info, Thunderguts.
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Items For Sale / Wanted / Re: 2019 CR front sprocket
« Last post by ThunderGuts on Yesterday at 07:45:25 AM »
*Originally Posted by Corringdon [+]
Out of curiosity has anybody fitted a plain steel front sprocket to their CR and, if so, how did it perform with reference to noise and chain wear?

Can't speak for the CR, but I installed a plain steel front sprocket on my old ER5. Can't comment on chain wear as I didn't have it on long enough before selling to tell, but I'd be surprised if it had much if any effect. It was noisier though - a whine could be heard frequently, particularly when off the throttle slowing down. It made me paranoid something was wrong at first until I realised what it was, then I eventually got used to it. If you have a noisy can (or maybe even the standard one as the ER5 wasn't exactly vocal) you might not notice it so much though.
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PM'd you for further details. I'll have them if suitable.
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Items For Sale / Wanted / Re: 2019 CR front sprocket
« Last post by Corringdon on December 05, 2021, 05:44:06 PM »
Out of curiosity has anybody fitted a plain steel front sprocket to their CR and, if so, how did it perform with reference to noise and chain wear?
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General Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Service manual
« Last post by Haddo on December 05, 2021, 06:07:54 AM »
*Originally Posted by ramski [+]
Thunderguts there is a Genuine Honda service manual available, I have a copy,

Part No 62MJM00 (800f)
Part No 62MJM00Z (the 800X addendum)

They cost about £50 each plus post(search on David Silvers) but cover every nut and bolt, the part numbers above are the english versions,

I have a brand new pair for sale totally unused, but I have offered them to someone foe £55 posted(both manuals)
I will post up here tomorrow if the person decides not to buy them, for me its a no-brainer if you work on your own bike,
 all the best Steve





Hey Steve. Just to check before I order is this manual for 2015 on. Or is there even a difference in manual v model? I have to order from US to Aus.  :031:
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VFR800X Crossrunner - General Chat / Re: High level exhaust
« Last post by Bikespod on December 04, 2021, 04:39:59 PM »
I’ve tried recording one, but doesn’t do it justice. Sounds lovely when riding it though 😉
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VFR800X Crossrunner - General Chat / Re: High level exhaust
« Last post by panagos on December 04, 2021, 04:35:57 PM »
How about a video with sound  :007:
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VFR800X Crossrunner - General Chat / Re: High level exhaust
« Last post by Bikespod on December 04, 2021, 09:16:23 AM »
a couple of better pictures



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Lighting, Electrical, and Wiring / Re: 12v POWER SUPPLY
« Last post by Hanger17 on December 03, 2021, 10:18:14 PM »
if you have a charge link onto your battery for a winter charger, just get a extra lead,(mine came with 2) for that very option, charger for winter and a bike supply out live, which could be used for a pump.

iv since learned and tried a 4x4 can of repair sealant by auto extreme, can fix a puncture and inflate a 4x4 tyre to 40psi
thats pretty much twice on a bike,
which does all for me for £4.99 a can.
it got me home 130 mls , after a puncture. and iv chanced a couple of runs since and its still holding.
MOT is soon after christmas,  so its packed away/winterised to then, and it will get 2 new ones.
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Items For Sale / Wanted / Re: SW Motech - Tank Ring Bracket
« Last post by Goggins on December 03, 2021, 07:27:19 PM »
Yeh, that’s fine. Private message your details to me for a BT payment.
Regards
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