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Old 07-12-2012, 06:07 PM
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Default CBR1000f oilpans '95 to an '87

Addendum: Apparently, for those in the World and possibly in the U.S., there are two different oil pans fitted to CBR 1000's. It is important to remove your old pan to see which type you have. Externally, one type will have a cast in feature that resembles a dog-bone, the other will not. Internally, one without the dog-bone feature will have a raised circular well cast in. This I can only surmise has to do with regulating the flow of return oil to the sump. The bikes that use the oil pan with the dog-bone will have a fitting from the bottom of the engine that has a large barrel shaped mid-section with a smaller opening for the return oil.

Extensive research of parts supplier microfiches in the U.S. have shown that the oil pan without the dog-bone feature is more common to the CB1000 models of the early 90's.

All oil pan gaskets are indeed, common to all

Look carefully before buying any oil pan.

Good Luck,

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Yes, the '95 pan does bolt up. Identical markings and everything.

11398-MW7-790. Honda part number for Oil Pan Gasket. Common '87-96

11210-MM5-000. Honda part number for Oil Pan '87-'88 (discontinued)
11210-MS2-305. Honda part number for Oil Pan '90-'91 Approx. $140.00 U.S.
11210-MAZ-010. Honda part number for Oil Pan '93-'96 Approx. $142.00 U.S.

Above part numbers for '90-96 are replacement numbers. Original part number is, 11210-MZ2-610 for those years.

These part numbers were gathered from cheapcycleparts.com fiches. My own practical experience is fitting a '95 pan to my '87 motor on a U.S spec, Non-CA bike.

JDM and World bikes may differ.

Please take this info as advice and not necessarily gospel

Special thanks to:
PMCG, for the donor pan
Sprock, for the research
TK and Everyone Worldwide, for trying to source me a replacement.
To the Brilliant Engineers, who invented swivels and wobbly extensions because there was no way in hell I was going to pull the rad to get to the header nuts
 
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:48 AM
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This info we'll stick as it has been a talking point for a month or two
and is quite a valuable piece of verified multi generation parts interchangeability

Looking forward to the comparative pics there woofer
 

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Great to hear that you're now sorted and back on the road
 
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:16 PM
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Great thing when a plan comes together with success there Woofer pics look good.
 
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I'm curious. There was no CBR1000 fiches for the '89 and '92 years.

Anyone?
 
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Just thought I'd throw this one into the thread .... here's what my mate with the 94 sent me ................
 
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Old 07-15-2012, 09:51 AM
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That's interesting!.

The other differences I see are the little studs that stick up from the deep part of the sump. My pan has 6 of them and they appear to be shorter and are not siamesed to the main casting. Also, the tab that you can see (about the 7 o'clock position) on your thumb. Both my pans, that tab protrudes out from the side near the next bolt hole to the left

Went back to the '94 fiche that I took the part number from and their illustration shows none of the features your pan does. Though that might only mean they didn't bother to update the drawing.

It raises the question. Is what I received off of a '95 bike but not a '95 pan?

I did also offer the disclaimer that world bikes may differ
 

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Old 07-15-2012, 10:06 AM
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Nope I think you got a 95 pan Woofer and that 94 pan of Shakeys Mate I'd be having questions about ?

Per your request I'm going to reach out to Malbo and ask him for a pic of his 94
pan now that the bike is in bits - but he may have the engine still complete and
may not want to drop the pan on it

I'm thinking Shakey's one could be from a very late model european 99 or something

Noe of the fiches I look at from a dozen or so sites show pans like shakeys
 

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Old 07-15-2012, 10:23 AM
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All figured out - Shakey that sump is from a CB 1000 !!!!!

LINK to fiche
 

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Following Sprock's info I went to ebay UK. The only oil pan I could find there was an '89. It's identical to both of mine

Honda CBR1000F CBR1000 CBR 1000 F 89 'FK' Sump | eBay

Good sleuthing, Sprock!

Edit: The above link is A CBR1000 pan
 

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