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Firstly I would check that the rear brake return spring is working and returning the pedal to the full up position, next try the rear master cylinder, and then the proportion control valve because it seems as though you have a sticking problem.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Nov 07, 2017


with the bike running
put a volt meter across both battery terminals to see if it is getting charged

the bike has a rectifyer and a the stator working to charge the battery as it is running
the stator is driven off the crankshaft inside the engine casing casing

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1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Apr 30, 2017


Left side under seat in seat fairing, remove two bolts holding passenger handrail and slide backwards.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015


Any time you have a starting problem start with the simplest and work your way back. Battery-fire-fuel. ensure the battery is fully charged, if it still doesn't start check to see if it has fire getting one of the little spark test lights is easiest, but if not, a screwdriver in the end of the spark wire and hold screwdriver about 1/4 inch from a grounded source and turn over if you see spark try with all. If no spark, problem is before plugs. A good practice is to unplug all harnesses and check for corrosion, spray with contact cleaner, then anti-corrosion spray and reconnect. If you have spark check fuel. Spray starting fluid in carbs as you crank. Next would be pulse generator, etc.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015


It is located on the right side under the seat right about where it says "CBR" on the seat fairing, you will have to remove the two bolts that hold the passenger handrail on and slide the fairing backwards.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015


Remove the seat, remove two screw holding cables to battery, remove overflow vent pipe from tip sticking out, pull up and out.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Apr 11, 2014


G'day'
Tested Yellow wires to ground - and there IS conunuity - THEN the stator IS faulty.
Remove the stator & inspect for burning.

really hope this helps

Regards Andrew Porrelli

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on May 20, 2011


G'day.
It is possible to get a faulty reg from new but extremely unlikely.Obviously they are all tested at the factory before packaging.As are all electrical parts.Which are non-returnable in most cases too I'm sorry to say.
Try this test.
With you multi-meter set to ohms & set to the highest scale(k ohms) check the conunuity between each of the three stator wires TO EARTH.
So, disconect the regulator conector at the reg.
Connect one meter probe to a yellow wire & the other probe to earth.(make sure your fingers arn't touching the metal part of the probes or you'll get a false reading).
You should get an open circuit-no conunuity.
If any of the three yellow wires has any conunuity to earth then the stator is at fault.
Sometimes on occasion it has been known for a winding to take a short circuit,without grounding efectivly by-passing only part of the coil & reducing the output of the stator.But again extremely rare.
Seeing that the alternator cover is reasonably easy to remove(I did a Triumph daytona stator removal recently in about 1/2 an hour),I would suggest if all else fails & you're not sure what to do, remove the alternator cover & visually inspect the stator to see if any burning is visable.
If the stator is burnt out in any way, it is common for a pungent smell to come from the stator-You'll notice it when you seperate the cover.
I hope that this has been in some way helpfull
Kind regards Andrew Porrelli.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on May 12, 2011


Replace the voltage regulator before it kills the rest of the system.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Mar 21, 2011


No it is under the right handlebar under that little piece of plastic with the screw in it.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Mar 07, 2011


no ...you have a rear brake pedal to control the rear brake and the front is controlled by a brake lever which supplies 3/4 of all stopping power. Dont ever slam down on the rear brake pedal just apply it gradually.

1993 Honda CBR... | Answered on Jan 14, 2011

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