Question about 1991 Honda CBR 600 F(2)M
I would stick with the original tire size. I have a 1985 Honda Interceptor that when I got a new rear tire, stuck with the same tire size. You'll be happier that way.
lol. My fork seal was bad from day 1 and had that done too, so today the fork seal is alright.
I don't know exactly how much it takes for your cbr, but it's in the neighborhood of a quart or so, I would think. The spec. is probably listed somewhere on Honda.com website or somewhere else.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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