When riding my 1994 CBR 600F everything seems fine until I hit about 5,000 revs, I can't get it over 5,000 revs. Sounds like the limitor kicking in, or something like that. Can you help or have an idea what could its problem. Thanks Russell
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The 1991 Honda CBR 1000F uses an in-line four cylinder, four-stroke engine that produces 36.5 cubic-inches of displacement. The engine uses a dual overhead camshaft system and has four valves per cylinder. The maximum power of the CBR 1000F is 93 horsepower at 11,000 rpm and the max torque is 45 ft-lb at 8,500 rpm. The motorcycle's compression ratio is11.3:1 while the bore by stroke ratio is 2.5 by 1.9 inches. The engine is liquid cooled. The transmission is a six speed and is chain driven. The top speed of the CBR 600F is 141 mph. Dimensions and Features
The overall weight of the 1990 Honda CBR 600F is 460 pounds. The total fuel capacity is 4.36 gallons. The seat height is 32 inches, and the wheelbase is 55 inches. The front tire dimensions are 110/80-17 and the rear tire dimensions are 130/80-17. The front brakes are dual 276mm piston caliper disc brakes while the rear brake is a single 220mm pistol caliper disc brake. The suspension system uses a mono-shock swing arm design. The power to weight ratio is .44 hp/kg. This bike can go 0 to 60 mph in 3.8 seconds. Appearance and Design
The 1990 Honda CBR 600F features a compact design. Close side mirrors flank a compact instrument panel and tight handlebars. This motorcycle sports a partial fairing that is designed for better aerodynamics. To reduce wind resistance, the legs and feet are fully positioned behind the motorcycle body. Like most sport bikes, when riding at fast speeds, the rider is intended to lie across the fuel tank to reduce drag. No chrome is visible on the bike, as the motorcycle body fully covers the chassis. The display panel features three gauges: a speedometer with built in odometer, a tachometer and a fuel gauge. The 1990 Honda CBR 600F is produced in various combination colors, including white, blue and red or black, purple and orange.
sir,there are 2 reason
1. please check bolts of small fuse connecter near the battery ,sometimes it get loose ,ectually that is main positive connecter to battery
2.please replug the rectifier-regulater cuplers ,otherwise you need to replace the regulater
hi,i dont know a lot about this particular bike,but,as with any high revving sports bike you will need to keep the revs up before changing gear,an 883 sportster has a lot more torque than your bike and you can "short shift "them and let the torque do the work,however on a cbr i think you will need more rpm before you shift as they dont have the torque of your old harley,a friend of mine has an r6 yamaha,that thing revs out to nearly 17000 rpm he doesnt change untill about 9 or 10000 rpm,from memory your bike should be capable of nearly 60mph in first gear..hope this helps...cheers
If all the electrics go off then :-
A) Check tightness of battery terminals & condition of battery
B) Check for dodgy fuse or dirty connections
C) Check voltage across battery terminals when engine running - should be at least 12.5v rising with increasing revs to 15v max - if not then suspect the regulator/rectifier unit or the wiring from it to battery
I hope this helps, if so please mark as helpful.
Positive comments always appreciated
Seaform will fix this trust me...go to autozone oickup a can put in 1/3 of can into approx two gallons off gas and ride at least fifteen miles hard and it will run alittle rough at first but it should kick in while you ride.
its quite normal for these bikes to scream at high revs its what they do at the high revs though it becomes more apparent with engine age and thrashing into the high revs maybe a good service is due hope this helps