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General Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Oil filter removal
« Last post by Skids on Today at 12:44:41 PM »
*Originally Posted by CBM [+]
I've serviced mine myself twice now and changing the filter was a doddle with a "Lid" style removal tool.
I take it that the pre 2015 models are different to the later ones then, is it the filter that's in a different place or the rad?

Yes, pre-2-15 models were based on the previous model VFR800 with side-mounted radiators. The 2015+ models are based on the revised VFR800 from 2014 onwards with a front-mounted rad as Si Click says.
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General Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Oil filter removal
« Last post by Si Click on Today at 12:35:08 PM »
*Originally Posted by CBM [+]
I've serviced mine myself twice now and changing the filter was a doddle with a "Lid" style removal tool.
I take it that the pre 2015 models are different to the later ones then, is it the filter that's in a different place or the rad?

The radiator is not an issue on mine as the early model is basically a VTEC VFR800 and retains the two side-mounted radiators.  I assume the newer models have a single front mounted one?  Fortunately the tightening steel band tool works a treat.
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General Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Oil filter removal
« Last post by CBM on Today at 10:57:29 AM »
I've serviced mine myself twice now and changing the filter was a doddle with a "Lid" style removal tool.
I take it that the pre 2015 models are different to the later ones then, is it the filter that's in a different place or the rad?
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VFR800X Crossrunner - General Chat / Re: 2017 versus 2019 model differences
« Last post by CBM on Today at 10:49:48 AM »
Mine is a late 2016 model registered 1st March 2017, it came with Akro can, Tomtom, full luggage & a centre stand but no adjustable screen though.
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 I think it came in on the 17 model, but I could be wrong. I was once, 1987 iirc.  :038:
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I have a 2017 model,it has an adjustable screen😊
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General Maintenance and Servicing / Re: Oil filter removal
« Last post by Crosspurpose on Yesterday at 04:51:14 PM »
I’ve just done my first annual service. I used the Honda filter removal tool and followed the instructions in the owner’s handbook regarding what to remove. Using a Honda filter it was simple enough to remove and replace once the radiator had been pivoted forward sufficiently. I did find it best to use a 1/4 inch drive socket as it allowed more space.
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My 2019 CR has an adjustable windscreen. I know that the earlier mark 2 bikes didn’t. Whether or not the 2017 models had this feature I don’t know.
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I’ve had those on my Honda CB1100 EX.They are excellent.
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The grips on the CBF are none standard and are manufactured by a company called Oxford and the model name is Hotgrips I would highly recommend them
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