Question about Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade Motorcycles
That is way too much slack unless the drive chain is slack. hold the drive chain tight and try again. any more than about 10 degrees would be too much
Posted on Feb 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a special wrench that will hold the basket while you undo the nut. you should be able to buy this tool at a local dealer pretty cheap.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
SOURCE: Final drive knocking/jolting
Does the engine's sound working follows this jolting or it does nothing to do with it?If you close your eyes can you hear the jolting (not as a metal sound but as an engine's hick up)?
Posted on May 28, 2009
hi,if it is anything like a 1200,they are normal thread..ie left to undo and right to tighten,they will probably be very tight as honda locktite them in,they also have a woodruff key in them to locate the sprocket onto the camshaft,dont lose the key,they are a honda specific part and altough they are small they are quite expensive...cheers
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
If you noticed, the face of the main drive gear protrudes completely though the nut that holds the sprocket on. It is the part with the threads on it. The rear end of the race should be 0.100" between the threaded part of the final drive gear and the back end of the race. The race should measure between 0.9950" and 1.000" long.
I am not familiar with a new type of seal. There was nothing wrong with the old style. If the "new" seal is wider, it may be extending the lip back past the end of the race. What I'd do is put a light coat of grease on the race. Then put the primary on but don't install the bolts, simple put it on and push it back to where it butts up against the transmission. Then, take it back off and see where the lip of the seal is riding by looking where the seal lips have pushed the grease to.
To install the race, you must have a special tool. It has to be "pushed" onto the mainshaft and pulled off. If the race slides on, somethiing is wrong. If you take the seal alone, without the seal in the inner primary, and slide it on the race, there should be a tension, about 0.020". If the seal does not have tension on the race, how can it keep oil from leaking. The outside of the race should be about 0.020" LARGER than the inner diameter of the seal.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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