Question about Honda Motorcycles
Hi,on some bikes there is a allian key,srew,or bolt that holds the baffle in place,just have a look at the bottom of the back of the sillencer to see if there is one of the above that you can undo,
food for thought,all the best.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 85 goldwing 1200 slave unit
no, but it is the easiest way. i dropped the engine out of mine in about 45 min. with a floor jack and some hand tools. The only special item i had was the most excellent honda workshop manual. i took mine out going after the stator, and its right next to the clutch. i looked at the clutch and decided this was the best way for this as well. in-chassis clutch work would involve removal of the fuel cell, swing arm and all components attached to them (pain).
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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 email@example.com. 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
fuel, fire, timing, and compression. Check those last two.Make sure spark is blue,and that battery is full.If the compression is in question you could temporarily boost it by using oil on top of the piston to make compression higher .
Posted on May 06, 2010
SOURCE: Honda GL 1200 Aspencade Gold
I am TOLD that: Most motorcycle have the vin number on the steering head (that is located behind the headlight or fairing. If it has a fairing it will be hard to see. If the frame is the original there should be a sticker or tag located there on one side with the numbers on it and stamped on the frame on the other side. All HONDA goldwings model are located there..
I can't vouch for this being true on the Goldwing, but it sounds convincing
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