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Old 12-09-2011, 05:27 AM   #10532
DakarBlues
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Air bleeders were standard on Honda 600 and up

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Originally Posted by XRV-94 View Post
Further, the RD07 has air valves on its fork legs and adjustable rear shock softness.
The fastening bracket for the exhaust is also somewhat different when comparing to the 07A.
The carbs are jetted differently, with a larger jet for cooling (?) of the rear cylinder on the 07.
The Golden rims of the RD07 is another obvious difference to the more recent 07A's as is the differences in looks of the front cowl.

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XLM 600, RD03 et RD04, to my knowledge had all air forks. I have used the same air equalizer lead on my 600 XLM and on my AT RD 04 750 in 1992.
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