20 Most Recent 1988 Honda CBR 750 Hurricane Questions & Answers

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Front suspension bottoms suspect weak springs what

Check fork oil for leaks if no leaks change weight of oil to a higher weight,
ie. 5w to 10w fork oil
3/27/2010 7:14:14 AM • 1988 Honda CBR... • Answered on Mar 27, 2010
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General exhust question

exhausts are a dark art.......to gain maximum power ..they will need to be of a tuned length...and of certain diameter at certain points.... if your having them made by a reputible(sp) company,they should be abe to get you in the right ball park... take into consideration groung clearance etc
11/10/2008 5:10:20 PM • 1988 Honda CBR... • Answered on Nov 10, 2008
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Need a new exhaste for a honda 750 CBR hurracane 1993

Dennis Kirk, or have a good muffler shop custom build one out of good stainless steel
11/22/2013 2:10:40 PM • Honda CBR 750... • Answered on Nov 22, 2013
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Hi what is the correct chain tension is 15-20mm ok

On every Bike I have every owned or worked on. The recommended tension is about 1/2-5/8 of an inch in the middle of the chain. 15-20mm may be a little loose go to about 13-17mm and you will be fine
12/28/2009 8:46:00 AM • Honda CBR 750... • Answered on Dec 28, 2009
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No spark on the plugs

i had similar problem, try also the connection of the pin the goes up the spark plug lead, sometimes it has crud and grease up there causing no electrical surge to go thru

all the best

tom
8/8/2009 12:15:52 PM • Honda CBR 750... • Answered on Aug 08, 2009
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Problem get clutch to engage an disengage on 1985 Honda VT 1000 Shadow

If you're having trouble getting the clutch to engage and disengage properly on your 1985 Honda VT 1000 Shadow, there are a few potential causes and solutions to consider:
  1. Clutch Cable Adjustment: The most common reason for clutch issues is an improperly adjusted clutch cable. If the clutch cable is too loose, it won't fully disengage the clutch plates, making it difficult to shift gears or find neutral. Conversely, if the cable is too tight, it can cause premature clutch wear and difficulty engaging gears. Check the clutch cable adjustment according to the manufacturer's specifications in the owner's manual. Adjust the cable tension as needed to ensure smooth operation.
  2. Clutch Lever and Perch Inspection: Inspect the clutch lever and perch for any damage or wear. Ensure that the clutch lever moves freely without any binding or sticking. Lubricate the clutch lever pivot point and cable ends if necessary.
  3. Clutch Plate Wear: Excessive wear on the clutch plates can cause them to stick together, making it difficult to disengage the clutch. Inspect the clutch plates for signs of wear, such as grooves or glazing. If the plates are worn beyond their service limit, they will need to be replaced.
  4. Clutch Springs: Weak or broken clutch springs can prevent the clutch plates from fully disengaging, resulting in difficulty shifting gears. Inspect the clutch springs for signs of damage or fatigue. Replace any worn or broken clutch springs with new ones.
  5. Clutch Slave Cylinder: The clutch slave cylinder is responsible for actuating the clutch mechanism. If the slave cylinder is leaking fluid or failing to operate properly, it can cause clutch engagement issues. Check the clutch slave cylinder for leaks and inspect the seals for damage. Replace the clutch slave cylinder if necessary.
  6. Clutch Cable Routing: Ensure that the clutch cable is routed correctly and free from any kinks or sharp bends. A misrouted or damaged clutch cable can cause binding and affect clutch operation.
  7. Hydraulic Clutch System (If Equipped): If your bike is equipped with a hydraulic clutch system, check the hydraulic fluid level and condition. Low fluid level or air in the system can cause clutch engagement issues. Bleed the clutch hydraulic system to remove any air bubbles and ensure proper operation.
If you've checked these common causes and are still experiencing issues with clutch engagement, it may be necessary to consult a qualified motorcycle mechanic for further diagnosis and repair. They can perform a more thorough inspection and diagnose any underlying issues with the clutch system.
5/24/2024 4:51:53 PM • Honda... • Answered 9 hours ago
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99 honda cbr 900rr fireblade won't shift in gear or slips out of every gear

Follow the Clymer manual or Haynes manual for detailed instructions. Here are some potential causes and steps to address the problem: Worn Second Gear Dogs: If your bike jumps out of second gear, it could be due to worn gear dogs. These are the teeth on the gears that engage with each other. Inspect the gear dogs by removing the oil pan and examining the forks and shift drum. If they're worn, you may need to replace them. Undercutting the gears is not necessary in this case. Bent Shift Fork: A bent shift fork can also cause gear-slipping issues. Inspect the forks carefully. If you find a bent fork, you'll need to separate the engine cases to replace it. While doing this, consider changing the oil seal behind the front sprocket. Transmission Gears: If both gear dogs and shift forks are fine, the issue might be with the transmission gears. Replacing the gears involves splitting the engine cases, which is a significant job. Side Stand Switch: In some cases, a faulty side stand switch can cause gear-related problems. Ensure the side stand is up before starting the bike in gear. If the switch is malfunctioning, it could shut off the engine when in gear. 99 CBR900RR JUMPING OUT OF SECOND GEAR, HELP! ' Honda Motorcycles - FireBlades.org CBR 929 shifting problems ' Honda Motorcycles - FireBlades.org 99 cbr 900 second gear problems ' Honda Motorcycles - FireBlades.org
5/13/2024 3:46:51 AM • Honda... • Answered on May 13, 2024
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1985 Honda CB 650 carburetor tuning for air pods

When installing air filter pods on your 1985 Honda CB 650, it's essential to adjust the carburetor jetting to ensure optimal performance. Here are some steps you can take: Jet Size Adjustment: The stock slow jets on your CB650 are #35, and the main jets are #90 (although they weren't marked). Since you've installed K&N RC-2362 pod filters, you'll likely need to change the jet sizes. Start by replacing the slow jets with larger ones. You mentioned using #40 slow jets, which seem to be performing well. If the bike idles perfectly with these, that's a good sign. However, the main jets are causing some trouble. You've tried various sizes (#95, #108, #112, #115, #118), but the differences are marginal. The bike idles well but hesitates when you open the throttle. Consider going up in main jet size until you find an improvement. Some riders with pod filters even use larger jets than yours, especially if they have modified exhaust systems. Needle Adjustment: Another option is to adjust the needle position. The needle controls the mixture from 1/4 to 3/4 throttle. You can raise the sliding needle by moving the clip to a higher position (e.g., the second lowest position). This will allow more fuel flow at mid-throttle ranges. Experiment with different needle positions to find the sweet spot for your setup.
5/2/2024 8:45:32 PM • Honda... • Answered on May 02, 2024
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Wiring diagram for honda rebel ca 125

I have not found any for free but http://forums.sohc4.net/index.php?topic=17788.0 may help you.
4/28/2024 9:22:53 AM • Honda... • Answered on Apr 28, 2024
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Honda PC50 moped VIN decoder

To read the serial number on a Honda PC50 moped, follow these steps: Locate the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): The VIN is a unique code that provides information about your moped. On a Honda PC50, you can find the VIN in the following places: Under the Air Filter Cover: Look on the left-hand side, just above the engine. The VIN should be stamped there. It typically looks like this: PC50 - 1234567. Frame Number: The frame number is another term for the VIN. It's usually located near the air filter body. Decode the VIN: The VIN contains important details about your moped, including the year of manufacture. Here's how to interpret it: The 9th digit of the VIN is a check digit. The 10th digit represents the year code. For example: A = 1980 B = 1981 C = 1982 D = 1983 E = 1984 F = 1985 G = 1986 H = 1987 J = 1988 K = 1989 L = 1990 M = 1991 N = 1992 P = 1993 R = 1994 S = 1995 T = 1996 V = 1997 W = 1998 X = 1999 1 = 2000 2 = 2001 3 = 2002 Note that if your scooter was manufactured between February 1986 and February 1987, it's likely to be a '87 model; Additional Resources: If you have the full VIN, you can use the NHTSA VIN decoder to get detailed information about your moped. Alternatively, you can call Honda with your VIN, and they will provide you with the necessary information.
4/23/2024 11:45:02 PM • Honda... • Answered on Apr 23, 2024
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Honda ANF 125 Innova. Can I get a service manual please?

Question edited for clarity and add magic word. The Owner's Manual covers basic repairs and is free. https://www.google.com/search?q=honda+anf125+innova+service+and+repair+manual

Honda ANF125 Innova Service and Repair Manual

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Honda ANF125 Manuals

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Honda Scooter ANF125 Innova Scooter (2003 - 2012)

Haynes Manuals https://haynes.com > en-gb > anf125-innova-scooter Detailed repair guides and DIY insights for 2003-2012 Honda Scooter ANF125 Innova Scooter's maintenance with a Haynes manual. ..
4/21/2024 10:22:24 PM • Honda... • Answered on Apr 21, 2024
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Honda 500 TRX fa6 has PS on the dash….what does it mean ?

The Power Steering has failed. There has been a factory recall for a suddenly failing electrical steering shaft, that could cause the rider to loose control. This does not have to be your problem but anyhow either the electronics or the pump failed. Error codes or messages usually have to be erased by a simple reset procedure or disconnecting a plug, after repairs are done.
3/31/2024 4:25:47 AM • Honda... • Answered on Mar 31, 2024
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1985 Honda Gold Wing 1200. How can I get my clutch to release? It is so hard. Put a new master cylinder on it and pumped up. It is so hard and they've even bled it. How can I get it to release?

Question edited for clarity, but no idea what you mean by - "What do I need to do to get the gay? The clutching gauge in again?" You issue is probably that all the clutch plates are glued together. Leaving a bike for 21 years will do that. https://www.google.com/search?q=1985+Honda+Gold+Wing+1200+stuck+clutch ..
2/27/2024 6:46:12 AM • Honda... • Answered on Feb 27, 2024
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Altenator Charging Backwards? 95 Honda Odyssey EX 2.2L 90V Altenator

Check the wiring, especially the engine earth lead.
1/21/2024 4:45:48 PM • Honda... • Answered on Jan 21, 2024
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Hiss works but

On the bottom of your speedometer on the left side there is 2 buttons press the far left one for a couple of seconds and the light should go on
1/8/2024 6:42:24 AM • Honda... • Answered on Jan 08, 2024
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1987 Honda VFR 700F Interceptor wiring diagram for the RC26 Japanese model. I need a wiring diagram for it please?

Question edited for clarity. The RC26 has a few modifications, but nothing that should alter the wiring.

1986-1987 - VFR700F / VFR700F2 (RC26)

The "Tariff Buster"[ 700cc VFR700F was almost identical to the 750cc version, with minor changes to graphics (no 750 on the lower fairing), shorter stroke, different cams, and altered ignition timing. Otherwise the VFR700F2 was mechanically the same as the standard F, but had an upgraded rear shock and fork internals alongside square gauges. Wiring diagrams and manuals https://www.google.com/search?q=1987+honda+vfr+700f+wiring+diagram ..
1/2/2024 11:38:15 PM • Honda... • Answered on Jan 02, 2024
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What to torque the head on my 99 CBR 929 Honda in

For a 1999 Honda CBR929RR, the cylinder head bolt torque specifications are essential to ensure proper engine assembly and function. When tightening the cylinder head bolts, it's crucial to follow the manufacturer's recommended torque settings to prevent damage to the engine components. For the CBR929RR, the cylinder head bolt torque specifications are typically as follows: 1. **Initial Torque:** 29 Nm (2.9 kgf-m, 22 ft-lbs) 2. **Final Torque:** 64 Nm (6.4 kgf-m, 47 ft-lbs) It's essential to tighten the cylinder head bolts in the specified sequence and in multiple stages, gradually increasing the torque until reaching the final specified torque. The exact tightening sequence can usually be found in the service manual specific to your motorcycle model. When torquing the head bolts, ensure you're using a reliable torque wrench calibrated in the appropriate units (Nm or ft-lbs). Always follow the tightening sequence precisely to ensure even pressure distribution across the cylinder head gasket. Additionally, it's advisable to use new cylinder head bolts if the old ones have been previously tightened or stretched beyond their yield point. This helps maintain proper clamping force and ensures the integrity of the engine assembly. As always, referring to the service manual or consulting a professional mechanic experienced with motorcycle engine assembly can provide additional guidance and ensure the correct torque settings are applied during the cylinder head installation process.
12/10/2023 4:27:33 AM • Honda... • Answered on Dec 10, 2023
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What oil filter do I need for Honda magna 250

found this on eBay copy and paste Picture 1 of 1 Vesrah Oil Filter for Honda VT250C V Twin Magna 1994-1995
11/27/2023 3:20:59 PM • Honda... • Answered on Nov 27, 2023
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