Hi All, Although I've been a member for years I've never posted before as usually, thanks to the folks that do I usually find what I need...But!
I'm rebuilding my 94 A/T and despite taking pictures before disassembly I'm at a total loss as to where the smaller of the 2 side stand springs...
I'm looking to get some stiffer springs for a project bike (with unknown forks) and it could get expensive if I end up buying lots of different springs & rates new. It's been a little while since I had a Honda Transalp but think they might be suitable, so anyone got any old Transalp fork...
can anyone offer any advice on where one could get a lowering kit for my bike?
Im only 5.5 foot tall so need to do something. I managed to get my 1150 gs adv down to 81.5 using a hyperpro kit but they dont do anything for an older africa twin. Any tips on seats, fork springs...
Clutch rattle is excessive it does quieten when i pull in lever but its excessive and i need to sort it !Now i am still not ready to pull it apart so i still dont know whether its just worn plates or more serious ..I was looking on you tube and i found a guy called [email protected] who can...
I was reading a ridiculously long thread on a Harley forum all about front suspension (as one does) and much was said about setting sag, after installing bespoke springs...as far as I'm aware, my 94/5' 600 has the long fork springs installed, ie there are no spacers between the spring tops and...
I was reading a ridiculously long thread on a Harley forum all about front suspension (as one does) and much was said about setting sag, after installing bespoke springs...as far as I'm aware, my 954/5' 600 has the long fork springs installed, ie there are no spacers between the spring tops and...
Later in the year I will be rebuilding my front forks with progressive springs, in respect of the seals do I need to order one of these kits:
2 Oil Seals
2 Dust Seals
2 Retaining Clips
2 Inner Bushes
2 Outer Bushes
Or can I just order the seals?
Also what fork oil...
Few parts for sale if anybody’s interested
* * BIKE IS NOT FOR BREAKING * *
ALL PARTS FOR SALE ARE LISTED BELOW
Parts are off Africa Twin 650
Some of these parts will also fit the Africa Twin 750 and the Transalp 600
OEM Header Pipes €100
OEM Fork Springs €50
OEM Shock (SOLD)
Could anyone show a pic of the rear footpeg springs ? Mine for some untold reason are missing, i am reluctant to shell out for new pegs for the sake of a couple of springs but have no idea what they look like so cant start a search. Its an 89 model :rolleyes:
Firstly- an amusing photo: Despite drilling out the staked part of the clutch retaining nut, I managed to do this to a short length of 20mm round steel bar I'd welded to the dead front sprocket, and braced against the frame. A breaker bar with a short length of scaffold added was sufficient, I...
I found my RD03. Not a museum piece, but very solid and a strong daily driver with all the right mods. The guy I'm buying it from took everything down and powder coated the frame, racks and all. Wheels have zero rust on the spokes and no corrosion at all. He's throwing in a huge stockpile of...
Hi folks....I managed to track down an original centre stand for my TA. It's in pretty good shape. I've not fitted it yet, but I've a question for anyone in the know:
on the microfiche parts pic, along with the stand & springs etc. it shows an additional 'arm' and a couple of 'clips'...I'm...
Africa Twin XRV650 RD03 mod.1988 in very good condition.
-Honda central stand
-WP springs in front suspension
-Rental aluminium steering
-High pressure hose at the front brake
Hello, I'm fitting Wirth progressive fork springs to a 2006 Transalp and wanted to know if I should discard the washers which are acting as spacers when I fit the new springs. I believe the Transalp didn't have spacers installed from stock? The bike is second hand and this is the first time I've...
I recently bought a 1983 HONDA Xr350 in pieces. I'm slowly getting things back together.
My question is right now I am trying to figure out how the kickstart shaft goes in. The shop manual says to set it by rotating the shaft counterclockwise but the pictures show it rotate clockwise so...