Rebuild Honda Transalp 600 '98

Discussion in 'Japanese polycylindered adventure bikes' started by xNOKIAx, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. xNOKIAx

    xNOKIAx Been here awhile

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    Some small update.
    Case for tubes. It’s waterproof and take both tubes.
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    DIY skid plate

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    Tool box.

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    Automatic chain lubricant

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  2. xNOKIAx

    xNOKIAx Been here awhile

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    I think I’m done for this summer with bike. I wanted put rally fairing but I don’t have time because I want go with my friend for trip. It can be project rebuild front part in next winter.

    I just need ride and test bike now.

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  3. kiwiwannafly

    kiwiwannafly n00b

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    Fine and detailed work my friend. Love to hear your opinion on front fork exchange, single front disc (braided stainless lines?) and rear shock mods compared to what you had.
    Recently some big kms on a 2005 TA in Australia. Serious top billing for next adventure in Africa.
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  4. xNOKIAx

    xNOKIAx Been here awhile

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    hi. sorry for late replay. front fork is better because its possible setup it for soft or hard. single disc i say its same as original 2. yes on bike are steel brake lines. rear shock is just refurbished. i like softer ride and i keep original spring. but i have hyperpro spring if i will ride with passenger.
    i was with my friend on small trip around black sea https://www.polarsteps.com/sammo/1681220-blacksee. i had small bag on rear seat and i was ok with original spring just tide it and littlebit harder front shocks.
    i just missing 6th gear and maybe 20HP more.
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  5. Cruz

    Cruz Lost but laughing.

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    Nice work. Coat your tubes in baby powder to help protect them in the hard plastic case.
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  6. oldwyomingdude

    oldwyomingdude Rider Supporter

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    Nice work, your skills and abilities are impressive.
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