Question about 1999 Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade
It's hard to get specs in mls or cc these days so I'll let you in on a BIG secret(don't tell everyone,hush hush,& we stay wiser than others,promse not to tell, cross your heart).
Ok here we go- NO this ISN'T a joke so listen carefully.
Set the oil levels in the front forks
with the cartridges blead(simply draw up & down on the damper rod & you can feel the air bleeding out),
& before you re-fit the springs,
With the forks fully compressed
The fork oil level should be 100-110mm from the top.
This applies to basically all forks(except-a few like MX showa on certain RMs' & the new kawasaki 250 MXer.)
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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