Question about 2006 Honda CBF 1000
I am unable to remove the side fairings using the owner's handbook. I have removed all the bolts and clips but am unable to locate/undo the plastic clips it mentions. Can you advise, please? Nic Ashmore @
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Posted on Feb 20, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There usually are additional fasteners that can be found when the headlight assembly is removed, I have an older model and there are four nuts on studs that are attached to the outer fairing tightend onto a frame work between the two halves. Once these are loosened the front assembly slides forward.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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try this site: www.cyclepartsnation.com then look up oem parts for your E1. look under cowling and cowling lowers. it will give you a list of all parts and screws associated with the fairings for this bike. it will tell you the length, diameter, thread and type of head for each screw and tell you where it goes via diagram. hope that helps you out brother. ride safe!
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
ello mate,, well theres some basturds about ay,, this happened to me once,, any way,, to bond a crack or build up a hole, turn the fairing round so u r lookin at the back of it, rough the crack or hole up with some sand paper,, then get your self some fibre glass matting wad,,and some resin, and hardener, using scissors cut the matting out to shape mix up some resin and apply to the back of the fairing,, this is messy stuff ,,but will bond it well,,then turn it over ,,if u still have a visible crack and want to repair that,, then run a grinder down the crack ,,so it widens the crack just a bit ,,and fill it with isopon filler,, just the normal kind of filler, for dents etc,,
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
You can pick up a complete owners/service manual as well as the parts manual on cd. I got mine for my GL1100, then when I upgraded to my GL1200, I picked up another set from the same person.
Contact Wanda G at firstname.lastname@example.org. I believe she still sells the cd's for around $7.00 including the shipping anywhere in the US.
When I got mine, she included both the owners/service manual and the parts manual. Pretty big to download, at around 200mb.
Manuals are good enough, I just rebuilt my engine, and all 4 carbs and I'm no mechanic.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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