Question about 1992 Honda CBR 600 F(2)N
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
F1, F2, F3 and perhaps all carbuerated motorcycles do not have speed limiters. Even newer fuel injected 600cc and most 1000cc motorcycles will not have speed limiters. Usual cases of governors apply to sportbikes exceeding 1 liter like the ZX12, ZX14 and the Hyabusa
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: restoring honda cbr no power
Check your fuse box first if ok then take the ground cable wire off from the frame opposite from the battery neg and wire brush it , clean it (metal shine) so it will make a good contact to the frame, next try checking both cables for acid corrosion at the ends under the protective coating, if you still have a dead bike then check or replace the starter solinoid, as it's positive side may be shorted out due to overheated contacts.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
remove seat, turn fuel selector off, pull off fuel line to fuel filter, remove tank, you should see radiator cap now... turn loose not off, just incase still has pressure... now follow lower radiator hose and it will lead to the water pump and on the water pump there is a little screw on the bottom sticking out of the side...thats the drain for the system ...now place something to catch a lot of fluid and when you take the drain bolt out it'll start coming out but as soon as you take off the radiator cap it will pour out fast so be prepared. that bolt i think has a washer on it to, don't lose it...once drained, put drain bolt back firmly dont torque stand the bike up on a wheel stand and now slowly ever so slowly start to pour your coolant: coolaid, waterwetter, whatever, but not tap water. now jiggle the bike around once in awhile to get trapped air out of it it, may look full but you might have to get a stand or box about waist high set your tank on it and hook up the fuel...be careful dont let the tank fall, get someone to hold it for you...start the bike let it run for a minute shut down add more coolant, start it again run it and jiggle the bike watch to see if water bubbles are still coming out now rap the throttle up to about 4000rpm once or twice check the level again turn bike off let it set for a minute again, does the level stay now right up to the neck.... well then put on the cap and everything back on.. now when you have everything back on take for a short ride and then check your coolant reservoir, dont overfill it just up to the warm mark and you should now check the drain bolt for leaks...all done.
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Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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