CBR 600F2 1991 - 1994 CBR 600F2

'91 F2 Project.........

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Old 09-15-2016, 03:21 PM
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Hello all, Just picked this up at my job, 1991 Honda CBR600F2, 25K on the odo, runs ok, needs a little work. This winter I have list of things I'm going to do to it:

Carb clean & Sync [DONE]
Spark plugs [DONE]
Chain & sprockets
Tires [DONE]
Braided lines & pads [DONE]
Mirrors (from '00-'01 VFR) [DONE]
Fender kit [DONE]
Adjustable levers (PSR GP) [DONE]
Bar ends [DONE]
Windscreen [DONE]
Fluid flush & replace [DONE]
Air cleaner [DONE]
Pegs (PSR) [DONE]
New paint, Italian Red with white graphics
Black powder-coated wheels [DONE]
Koso DB02R Speedometer (I put the same unit on my '98 SuperHawk 996) [DONE]

I plan on keeping it as a 2nd bike, back in the day this was the 1st sportbike I ever had, a '94 model, was blown away from it's speed and handling coming from a '74 CB750. Anyways, I'll update this with pics as progress is made.

1st pic is the CBR on the left, my current bike on right.......







 

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Old 09-16-2016, 04:26 PM
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Dug into the bike at lunch today, found a few things that need fixing, broke off stud and broken exhaust stud mount. Previous owner tried fixing the exhaust header flange plate, found a few full systems on Ebay if I can't fix it, although this one is nice, it's a full D&D system, doesn't weigh anything. Small oil leak on the clutch cover, new gasket on the way............

New mirrors from a '01 Honda VFR800 came today to replace the aging stock units along with updated newer footpegs.......









 
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A little bit more work and disassembly going on. Honda's placement of parts drive me crazy sometimes, I need to get the water temp sensor out to replace it with a new one from Koso for the new dash, pretty much mangled it as you can see from the pic. Ordered gasket sets for the carbs, gonna take them apart and clean them.........







 
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Carbs all cleaned, ready to be put back on. Waiting on brake lines and fittings. Changed out the front pegs, have to do the rears.



 
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I covet your stable of bikes.
 
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Originally Posted by Chad Brenno View Post
I covet your stable of bikes.
Lol, I only have 2, the SuperHawk 996 and the 600F2. Planning on adding an RC51 later this year.
 
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Video link below...

Koso DB-02R digital dash is all wired up and functioning, gotta sync the carbs to fine tune the idle speed, check it and coolant temp. The dash has 2 pieces, the outer trim with indicators and the main unit with the display. The outer trim comes with a selection of custom indicators you can use depending on your setup, car or motorcycle. I used the L/R turn signals, high beam, sidestand, oil pressure, and neutral.

Display can be completely customized for 10-15-20K rpm, just about any cylinder config, temp, wheel size (for magnetic speed sensor), mph/kph, backlighting, and list of other things.

 
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is that YOUR garage or a shop?!!
 
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...Display can be completely customized for 10-15-20K rpm, just about any cylinder config, temp, wheel size (for magnetic speed sensor), mph/kph, backlighting, and list of other things.



can you post a pic of the dash after the install? very cool.
 

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