Question about 1987 Honda CBR 750 Hurricane
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check on the sidewall, should be like 42 psi max. have local tire store fill them up and ask what pressure they put. it will probably be manufacturers suggested pressure.
Posted on May 23, 2009
Jack up the front end until the wheel is off the ground, then slowly rotate the bars from one stop to the other. If you hear noises or it feels rough, take the forks and wheel off, disassemble the fork head and inspect the upper and lower bearings and races for damaged surfaces. Clean and repack bearings with fresh grease. Reassemble the fork head and adjust the bearings to just remove slop. Recheck the rotation. When putting the forks and wheel back, check the shock action of each fork individually. If the machine has a lot of miles, drain the fork oil and recharge. Make sure that the axle is clamped tight as well as the fork head clamp and top bolts. Has the bike ever been hit hard in the front? If yes, it could have changed the fork angle making it unstable.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Perhaps you could give a little more information? Because a 1989 CBR750 Hurricane was far from restricted, with 100+ HP at 10K, it screams!
Now if you are wanting to improve upon that then you would have to identify your goals for one and how much you can spend, not only on parts but on tuning. Many choose to start with a higher flow air cleaner / filter and performance exhaust. Then of course adjusting fuel management. Others choose to increase the displacement of the engine with larger pistons, different cams, and perhaps modified heads. Also set some realistic expectations as this is a 20 year bike with limitations. Hope this helps and good luck.
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
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