Hi all, Honda has discontinued the water pump for my 1993 RD07. Does anyone know if the original pump part 19200-MV1-010 be substituted with the newer part 19200-MV1-020 stated to be for the RDP7 2000 model?
My name is Geert, I am from Holland. This is my first post on this forum so I am sorry that I am asking for help straight out of the gate.
My beautifull purple @ from 1994 named Toto let me down for the first time this morning.
When I wanted to start her this morning. She turned...
Hi AT friends, would apreciate your help again :)
I will get a top end engine job done in Malaysia soon. Hopefully just change of pistons rings, but who knows when opening..
My mechanic (Sunny cycle in Kuala Lumpur) says i might also need a slightly bigger piston. He says you can get pistons...
Just thought i'd introduce myself, currently own a BMW R1150GS, though looking at changing to a Africa Twin XRV 750, I've been hankering after one for a long time now, and have decided to sell my GS (or swap, if you see my thread) and hopefully get one, so beware there wil be plenty of...
Greetings from Denmark.
New to the Forum and to the Africa Twin.
Had the idea (I know it's blasphemy) to convert an XRV 750 1992 to electric motor run by batteries and solar power, to prove that EV is possible with a heavy robust Enduro machine. Bought a nice RD04 in Poland...
Got the above for sale. Brand new.
Details below from SW Motech website.
As you can see expensive stuff
Looking for £175 ONO.
Can post at cost
I need a new screen and after lots of searching around I have found the one shown in below.... I now need to know where I can buy this exact same screen from. Any suggestions please? Advance Thanks
I am faced by an issue where my XRV 750 RD07 is losing power when it reaches 6000rpm. It seems to be a fuel deprivation. Fuel tank has been checked for any impurities. Carburators have been cleaned and 1 diaphragm changed. No coil wires. Any suggestions please?
Long time dont see!
came across this on an xr650r group ... anybody ever tried it? seems an excepcional idea to avoid the Achilles' heel on the XRV 750 and TRANSALP
Here is my Honda Africa Twin XRV 750, a bike for life! I am reluctantly selling (never planned to) as we are moving to Australia!
I am 198cm so I have made some adjustments to suit a taller rider including 2" dropped foot rests (but I still have the originals) and 2" handle bar risers...