Question about 1988 Honda CBR 1000 F
Hello to everyone
I would like to describe you my problem and if anyone can help me with some how it is welcome . I bought a new cbr 1000 at june . I performed the first service at 1000 km and at the 6000 km before my second service sudendly a noice was heard from the engine . it was like somthing broke . i took the bike to the mechanical engineer and he told me tha the machine is off !!!!
How that happend??? is this hapen to anyother ? it is unacceptable 2 months bike with 6000 with the engine off . i dont know excactly what element went off but the result is that the engine iss off.
they told me to replece only the broken elements . is that write ????
Sounds like your biggest problem is your english. What did the noise sound like and what did the bike do when it started making the noise. We need more of a description.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
First you must check if your oil lamp is working. Normally after you start your machine and it reaches the minimum pressure above 1 psi, the oil lamp Will light off.
So if you had a problem with your oil pump and it burned you’ll not have information about your lubrication system.
I think you have a problem with your oil pump.
When you open your motor check the color of the pieces when they are blue means that they work with high temperature.
This machine is a good one and if you drive normally it won’t fail.
Please check this and let me know.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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