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Hello Transalp people! My names John and I'm a bikeaholic.

I recently bought a new to me 1995 Honda Transalp xl600v.
As with alm my bikes I take them home and strip them.
After the usual old bike strip it threw up some interesting repairs and bodges.

Most confusingly is the front H frame, clock holder, fairing stay or whatever you want to call it is missing the entire bottom support, some one seems to have cut it.
The have also sprayed it up after this...

This means I can't decider which part I need...
Could someone please shed light on this for me as there seems to be 2 different H frames.

Number 9 on this parts fiche is what I think I need.

Stay Assy,front C Xl600v Transalp 1994 England 61310MAB620

Part 11 is the older model as far as I can tell.
Stay,fr Cowl Xl600v Transalp 1988 England 61310MM9000

I can only find the older version of h frame on ebay.

The only new shape one I can find is from a transalp 400 and I'm not sure it's the same part?
But it looks correct...
www.bikebreakers.ie/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=2025

I would really appreciate any help or photos of H frames, thanks a mill, Johnny.:compress:
 

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Welcome to the forums. All I could find is here for a '94 model. The '96 model has a different p/n for what it's worth.

COWL (2) (XL600VR) - TRANSALP 600 XL600VR 1994 UNITED KINGDOM - XL600VR - All the Honda OEM parts motocycle from 45000 part list, fast delivery worldwide

Thanks a mill, I think I have identified one in a local breakers so I've ordered it and we shall hopefully find out by Friday.
There is no way I would pay €340!
Second hand all the way for my bike.

Evening John.

I see that you've found www.cmsnl.com - a very handy resource.

Another is the bigtrailie.co.uk forum that has a link to another online source of Honda parts fiches.

As far as I'm aware the 400 Transalp is identical to the "proper" 600 bikes in all but engine size. These were built to get around Japan's infamous licensing of bikes over 400cc.
Good to know, I am a little obsessed with 400cc grey imports!

Cheers for the link!
 
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