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Re: Hi my honda cbr 600 fl 1991 the bike pulls great
Im not sure if this model has a fuel pump but follow your fuel line and see if it does wen u find it remove black plastic cap and check the points contact breakers are in good conditon ie not worn uneven or worn out and that they open and close.check your air filter spark plugs and your carbs could have a blocked jet so get them cleaned and balanced.
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Does the motorcycle to to go forward when you drop it to first gear with the clutch pulled in ? If not then it could be the kill switch for the clutch is not working properly. If you left the bike in first gear and you try to start the bike without the clutch pulled in the bike not start until the clutch is pulled in.
10w-40SJ Honda Motorcycle oil only. Would appreciate a rating thanks! Change your oil more frequently if you ride the bike hard or especially if you ride the track like i do...i change my oil before and after a race!! and i"ve put 30k "extremely" hard miles on this engine and still performs well for a bike with 50k on the odometer! my bike is the very first 87 CBRF1 Hurricane.. i also have an 88 with only 16k on the odometer! Hondas are bullet proof, but the oil is the Key because everytime you miss-shift and grind a gear the same gear oil is used to lube the top half of the engine.
hi,i dont know a lot about this particular bike,but,as with any high revving sports bike you will need to keep the revs up before changing gear,an 883 sportster has a lot more torque than your bike and you can "short shift "them and let the torque do the work,however on a cbr i think you will need more rpm before you shift as they dont have the torque of your old harley,a friend of mine has an r6 yamaha,that thing revs out to nearly 17000 rpm he doesnt change untill about 9 or 10000 rpm,from memory your bike should be capable of nearly 60mph in first gear..hope this helps...cheers
my bike had the same problem but it started at 8k and wouldnt make over 100...i took the carbs apart and found that the #1 main jet fell off into the bowl. if it was a fuel pump i think you would have a problem even in a lower rpm range.
in this high a gear, and with the small cc of the bike, and age of it ,it just doesnt have enough torque in that gear unless you are going very fast. nothing is wrong, just save that gear for when you are going real fast