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CBR 1000 MECHANICAL PROBLEM

Hello to everyone
I would like to describe you my problem and if anyone can help me with some how it is welcome . I bought a new cbr 1000 at june . I performed the first service at 1000 km and at the 6000 km before my second service sudendly a noice was heard from the engine . it was like somthing broke . i took the bike to the mechanical engineer and he told me tha the machine is off !!!!

How that happend??? is this hapen to anyother ? it is unacceptable 2 months bike with 6000 with the engine off . i dont know excactly what element went off but the result is that the engine iss off.

they told me to replece only the broken elements . is that write ????

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Sounds like your biggest problem is your english. What did the noise sound like and what did the bike do when it started making the noise. We need more of a description.

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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Hi,
First you must check if your oil lamp is working. Normally after you start your machine and it reaches the minimum pressure above 1 psi, the oil lamp Will light off.
So if you had a problem with your oil pump and it burned you’ll not have information about your lubrication system.
I think you have a problem with your oil pump.
When you open your motor check the color of the pieces when they are blue means that they work with high temperature.
This machine is a good one and if you drive normally it won’t fail.
Please check this and let me know.
My e-mail [email protected]
Thanks,
Wagner

Posted on Nov 11, 2008

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