Call all XR600R!!!

Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by CSMonte, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. elsalvadorklr

    elsalvadorklr southern xr rider

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    why are you going to buy a pumper? rejet you have the jets! just takes a little patience and effort:deal

    easy:D
  2. RFVC600R

    RFVC600R SAND EATER

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    plenty!
  3. tjrockit

    tjrockit One day closer...

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    Anyone able to help me with this?

  4. mcma111

    mcma111 Long timer

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  5. tjrockit

    tjrockit One day closer...

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    Steve, you're always the man!! :clap

    Thanks, looks like I be fabbing some new ones and not trying to get the OEM brackets to work. Thanks for saving me some headache. !!
  6. Alaskajeff

    Alaskajeff Long timer

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    I LIKE........
    Now all I need is the new lengthened 4" (CORRECT) cable from Motion Pro and I'll be good to go:clap
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    And now for something completely different :rofl:rofl:rofl

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  7. voltz

    voltz Rebuilding

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    looks great Jeff !
    is this fitting to replace a broken mount or an addition to make it stronger ?
    does it require the extended cable you are talking about ?

    Regards
    Geoff

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  8. Captain115

    Captain115 Been here awhile

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    Hi everyone. This is a question pertaining to a shock rebuild/recondition, so am looking at RoostMaster, beechum and Kenno.

    After reading from you guys how easy it was, and seeing how quickly Roost tore his shock apart I thought I'd give it a go and at least put some clean oil in there.

    So got it all off, took the spring off and disconnected the reservoir and main body (old school '88 shock with a tube between them). Removed circlips from both, but can't get either the reservoir bladder (nothing to grab?) or the shaft in the main shock out? Please see photo.

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    It says just to tap with a mallet, but I've done that and nothing is happening. Thought I'd double check the procedure before I continue bashing away.

    Also check out the oil!

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    Cheers,

    John
  9. mcma111

    mcma111 Long timer

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    Pry that seal up the shaft and push the center down and you will see a small wire clip (item # 21) that you will have to pry out. That will free up the insides to come out of the body. Same for the reservoir.

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  10. mikeames

    mikeames n00b

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    I'm wondering the same thing...
  11. Alaskajeff

    Alaskajeff Long timer

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    Geoff, this mod does not require a longer cable. I have 4 1/2" of rise on my bars so I need a longer cable. You do need to grind off the original mount for this to fit. It's made to be a more secure perch after the OEM one gets worn out or broken.
  12. rufus

    rufus We're burning daylight...

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    The Xr 600/650 tank is different from the XR 250 tank. The 250 tank is 1/2 gallon smaller and the brackets are slightly different. I found this out when i put an 250 tank on my 600.
  13. voltz

    voltz Rebuilding

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    Thanks Jeff, next question is who makes them? This is the first time I have seen one
  14. mcma111

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    XRs Only Clutch Cable Bracket - Honda XR500 XR600R XL600 - RED $44.95


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  15. voltz

    voltz Rebuilding

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    Will check that out.
    Thanks
  16. RoostMaster

    RoostMaster Been here awhile

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    Just as Steve said, I'll post pics when I get home tonight, nothing needs to be forced !.
    If you want, I have and '88 Manual and can copy the Rear Suspension section and post it to ya, I think you'll need it to re-assemble :eek1(PM an address). I know the local KTM dealer, took a 1 litre bottle to him and he filled it with GHEN-YOU-WHINE White Power rear shock oil for $20....:lol3

    Roost.
  17. elsalvadorklr

    elsalvadorklr southern xr rider

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    If anybody want to rebuild my shock I have it for sale, since we are talking 88s all of a sudden! jajaja

    good job guys! :D

    post ride updates:deal
  18. Alaskajeff

    Alaskajeff Long timer

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    As Steve pointed out AND it's etched on the part too:rofl this item, as well as many other cool things come from: XR's only. I've done business with them for quite a while now. They are a great company and have always done me right. When you do go to their website you may want to hide your credit card:D you WILL see quite a bit of must have items.
  19. voltz

    voltz Rebuilding

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    Lol, have already checked the website and found many items I would like, being in. Au I need to buy a few items to make postage worthwhile :-D
  20. Captain115

    Captain115 Been here awhile

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    Cheers mate, I'll see if I can get it apart before I take you up on that offer!

    Just to make sure we are all on the same page, I already have taken the circlip out? So is there another clip to remove, or should it pull apart?

    Thanks guys,

    John