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Instrument panel removal - 89-91 1000F

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Old 04-17-2009, 09:33 PM
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Default Instrument panel removal - 89-91 1000F

How to - clock removal CBR1000F

How to remove your clock panel on the Mk2 CBR1000F (89-91)
Later models may vary slightly.

Summary -
1 Remove the panels covering your fuse box and radiator cap 3 screws each. (Pic 1)
2 Under the fuse and radiator panels, you will see screws securing the windscreen infill panel. Remove them . 1 screw per side (pic 1 above)
3 Remove the screws holding the screen/instrument infill panel (Pic 2 below)
4 Remove the infill panel (may require some "jiggling and bar movement, but comes out) (Pic 3)
5 There are two connector blocks for the gauge panel, located under the right radiator panel - disconnect them (one black, one red) Pics 4 , 5 and 9)
6 Pic of infill panel removed (Pic 6)
7 Remove the bolts securing the gauge panel to the fairing frame, don't lose the rubber grommets ! (Pic 7and 8
8 Remove speedo cable (Pic 10+11)
9 Lift gauge cluster out of the frame.
Done !

http://photobucket.com/shadowCBR1000F Pics 1-11

Details below :-)

1 Remove the panels covering your fuse box and radiator cap 3 screws each. (Pic 1)


2 Under the fuse and radiator panels, you will see screws securing the windscreen infill panel. Remove them . 1 screw per side (pic 1 above)

3 Remove the screws holding the screen/instrument infill panel (Pic 2 below)



4 Remove the infill panel (may require some "jiggling and bar movement, but comes out) (Pic 3)



5 There are two connector blocks for the gauge panel, located under the right radiator panel - disconnect them (one black, one red) Pics 4 , 5 and 9)







6 Pic of infill panel removed (Pic 6)



7 Remove the bolts securing the gauge panel to the fairing frame, don't lose the rubber grommets ! (Pic 7and 8





8 Remove speedo cable (Pic 10+11)



9 Lift gauge cluster out of the frame.



Done !

Replace in reverse order. Don't overtighten bolts on gauge cluster or you may break plastic lugs !

Bulb holders can be clearly seen.
Remember - These bikes take Honda bulbs which have different "lugs" to std bulbs !
Either use Honda bulbs (expensive) or buy adapter rings on e-Bay Motors, or just trim the tabs on std bulbs - the spring will hold them in place anyway.
 

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Old 12-03-2012, 09:10 AM
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I can't see any pictures
 
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:20 AM
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The link works for me Sergio, it may be because of your location or something?

You can download the workshop manual from here, might help.Workshop Manuals - CBR Forum - Enthusiast forums for Honda CBR Owners take your pick there are plenty to choose from.
 
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:15 AM
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Yup

Linky still worky from the good ole USA too
 
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pics aren't coming up for me either , but if u click onto the photobucket link you can see the there
 
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Originally Posted by sergio3d View Post
I can't see any pictures

I'm with Sergio and OzzyAl,

The inserted pictures I cannot see, but the link to Shadows Photobucket works

Great 'How To' Shadow by the way.

Cheers, SB
 
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:38 AM
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I thank you good Sir - I'll see what I can do about the pics.......
 
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Old 11-12-2013, 04:56 PM
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Excellent How To Shadow.

That takes care of that job on my bike when I get home, it will be a huge help.

Thanks
 
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