CBR 600F2 1991 - 1994 CBR 600F2

engine spacer dimensions

Old 04-09-2014, 10:26 AM
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I have put the new F3 motor into the bike and after trying to put the fuel tank on i noticed it was sitting high on the left hand side (when sitting on the bike).

I have a little problem with the spacers as a rogue one has shown up in the garage and been thrown into the pot with the others by my buddy (looks like its off the VFR 400).

This means I now have 6 spacers and only 5 locations, unfortunately just sitting the engine in and putting spacers in has given me this high position so it cant be right. I will try to make it simple so hopefully someone can put me straight.

I have the following spacers installed:
1 extra long (upper rear mount)
3 long (left front and right side hanger) with one left over
1 medium (left side engine hanger)
1 small (front right)

this is a pic showing on of the three "long" ones.

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I know measurements would be useful but i am in windy stockholm at the moment and dreaming of riding the bike

If anyone knows the sizes of the spacers i will be able to get my good lady to measure for me and help me understand (isn't she a cracker).

Last edited by JamieDenny; 04-09-2014 at 10:32 AM.
Old 04-10-2014, 08:14 AM
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the spacer in the pic that i have 3 of measures 4.3cm, anyone know if i should have 3 or two of these on the bike ?.

oh man
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