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1. Has the bike been dropped..(crash on the left side)
2. Sounds like you have bent the shift shaft...OR..if this bike has a shifter adjustment it might need adjusting..Not sure as most new bikes do not have this feature..
3. The shift arm(the one that moves the shift fork cam) might be worn.

2006 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jun 06, 2017

I don't know if the actual temperature gauge has anything to do with it. I would suggest checking the positive cable or ground cable going to the starter. If there is a small break in the cable it is possible to separate when it gets hot. I don't believe there is a cut out switch for the temperature gauge. I would start checking the power wires anyway. That's where I would look first.

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2006 Honda CBR... | Answered on Dec 02, 2013

Check for this information on the side wall of your tire.

2006 Honda CBR... | Answered on Aug 30, 2013

Park the bike in a flat, easily accessible area, and stand the bike on its center stand. This will make the bike much easier to work on, and less likely to fall...drain coolant.
Use a standard Phillips screwdriver to remove the motorcycle's radiator shroud covers. On most Honda CBR models, the shroud covers will be secured by only three bolts...disconnect electrical end connections on the bottom edge of the radiator fan. Look for things like solder gapping, bubbling and corroding...Remove coolant hoses & mounting bolts & slide radiator and fan out. Inspect your hoses, flush and clean system. I would change thermostat now also. Make sure to use only Honda approved coolant when you refill. This is very important for the life of the pump and cooling system. Good luck, i hope this helps.

2006 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jul 05, 2011

The hum you hear when you turn on the ignition is the fuel pump bringing the system up to pressure.If you are not hearing this then the fuel pump is not working.My first step would be to check all the fuses ,then the wiring connections to the pump,and then I would be looking at the pump itself.Take out a spark plug and ground it to the motor( use something to isolate the plug from you) then crank the engine. If you get a spark then you know you have a fuel delivery problem.To confirm this squirt some gas down into the combustion chambers and crank it over .If it fires up and then dies out you know you're on the right track good Luck

Honda CBR 600 RR... | Answered on Jul 21, 2019

Don't know how it started as Hondas have chips in their keys which immobilizes the ignition system. Unless the ECU recognises the key specific to that bike, it won't start. The only other alternative is to put a race ECU into it.

Honda CBR 600 RR... | Answered on May 06, 2019

Has the bike been sitting up for any length of time? Sounds like the needle/seats are sticking (they regulate the flow of gas into the float bowls of the carbs).. a full float bowl will last about a mile or two..then you run out of gas.. then. if you let it sit.. they slowly refill.. (add choke).. and it will restart and repeat this over and over..if this sounds right... have the carbs professionally cleaned/checked and calibrated!!
Have you checked the petcock to make sure its flowing gas freely to the carbs?

Honda CBR 600 RR... | Answered on Jun 05, 2017

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