Question about 1988 Honda CBR 600 F(1)J
Hi! Brake issue should clear with use however as it is a floating caliper you may want to strip it and cleaning out any **** from behind the pads, alternativly and being carefull use a quality rubber mallet and tap the outside of the caliper a few times apply the brake and do it again until the resistance is lost when pushing the bike forward and applying then releasing the front brake.
Sounds like clutch problem regarding No gears, if it has a duplex or even triplex chain these can break. If direct drive then clutch centre may have detatched leaving plates in limbo. if the plates were stuck together you would get gears. Without engine running push into any gear rock bike forward and backward if engine turns then keep clutch lever in and keep rocking this may free em off if not take cluctch cover off and release them.
Hope this helPS! Good luck!
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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