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Old 04-19-2018, 06:33 PM
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Hello I'm Clayton sorta new to the forums and don't really have much knowledge but I'm willing to learning But anyways I bought a 2005 Honda cbr f4i for 700$ (supposedly 9k miles what the titles says) but it's been laid down pretty decent! Busted out the ignition cracked the spedo , fairings were cracked, head lights demolish shift lever and linkage gone along with the front brake

so now Im at the ignition part and there are two bolts that hold it and those bolts I believe have been stripped out and I order a used oem ignition on eBay and want to replace it with the old ignition since the whole thing is busted out and I can't figure out how I'm gonna get these bolts out

and then my headlights I have also order off eBay and I was wondering if anyone could give me link to buy some so I know which one to buy I believe I need the whole wiring and bulb stuff (sorry really not mechanically incline) because the thing I bought off eBay was just the head light case lol?

And does anyone know what bracket holds up the headlights also

and last i bought a set of fairing off extreme fairings so hopefully everything goes well












 
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Old 04-19-2018, 07:28 PM
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Also I have the top left one do I need any of these because there a piece that was attached to the top left in the picture and broke off and can't tell which one I need
 
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Old 04-21-2018, 11:44 PM
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The stripped screws should be easy to get out. take an allen key you wouldn't mind using a little smaller than what is normally used and jb weld it in the worn hole. Let it sit overnight to cure. Should be solid enough to turn right out. Be if you want to be smart about it cut the shorter angled end off of the allen key. then cut the longer piece in half then use a wrench or ratchet to turn it. This will also stop it from hanging on anything as you turn it, as well as let you use the same key for both bolt holes. This is obviously the cheapest way to do this they do make tools to remove stripped out screws you know.
 
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Old 04-22-2018, 11:27 AM
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Thank you and that worked now I gotta figure out the rest so if anyone can answer the rest of the questions that would be great
 
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Old 04-22-2018, 04:54 PM
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Default What are you looking for.

Are you looking for somethig a lottle more streetfighter or going back to factory?
 
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Old 04-23-2018, 10:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Mater13f View Post
Are you looking for somethig a lottle more streetfighter or going back to factory?
back to factory
 
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