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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by Mike_K, Feb 10, 2011.
That is a beauty. Mileage?
1978 CB400A. these pics are from the day i put some Sportster mufflers on. the PO scrapped the rusted-out originials before I bought it. it needs some tank paint, a seat recover, and a new CDI.
My 99' 600F4.
Checking valves, new plugs, replaced a couple cracked vacuum lines, air filter, prefilters and fuel filter. Ran good before doing that...runs great now!
I just bought a 1993 CBR1000F.
I guess this is my new thread?
Nexxus pipes, s/s headers, wing-rack for luggage.
I actually prefer the 1995/96 colour scheme (black/grey/yellow), but couldn't pass this up.
I have this bike 15yrs,the longest I've kept a road machine----
--CB1100RB here's to the next 15 yrs!!
Just recently sold this beauty, fortunately to a fellow Texan in Dallas....
I KNOW I will regret it someday.
This Beast will be up for sale very soon...
My 2001 CBR1100XX (with 2002 paint)
All because THIS bike keeps me up at night..............
Nice find Ray. Judging from the position of those bars, it looks like the riding position is very neutral and comfortable.
Yes, it is.
Someone asked if the bike has risers, but afaik that's the stock position.
Very clean looking and great mileage!
Bought in October last year..
now being rebuilt as a Cafe Racer.
This is my '12 CBR600RR in Death Valley. It was a short weekend trip from the Los Angeles area.
I see I'm going to have to read this whole thread...You all have some really nice bikes!!
Here is a very brief summary of my affair with the CBR platform...
First it was a new red 2006 600RR
Then that bike became silver
Then I sold that one and bought a new black 2007 600RR
Which I had for exactly 4 years, 36,000 miles, raced it, was absolutely in love with it, and it eventually became this:
Unfortunately, I had to sell it in 2011, before I embarked on a 16 month, solo bicycle tour of the entire USA.
Got home a few months ago, and last Saturday I went down to LA to buy this 2008 600RR, with 620 miles on it:
I rode it home 8 days ago, and immediately tore it down to the motor+frame, and have been meticulously rebuilding it to my standards. I will finish the rebuild tomorrow.
Getting closer to the first shakedown run :)
"Interesting" front rotor design...:huh