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Old 04-01-2013, 09:22 PM   #16681
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Aj..

Yes, it's a CRFX. Unfortunately I don't know much about it off hand, I just bought the bike but I have seen the thread that explains how to do it somewhere. I'm not home right now, but will look for the thread and post a link...

I have a few more photos on the XR650Rforum.com site (Icelander-XR650R there). Look in Introduce Yourself and Post Photos threads. I can post a few here tomorrow too if you like.
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Old 04-01-2013, 09:34 PM   #16682
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Got a question.

When I snap the throttle, I get a hesitation off idle, any ideas?

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Old 04-01-2013, 10:14 PM   #16683
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Filter cleaning?

[QUOTE=babuja;21085232]hy guys,

just found this image in the net. Could found what this part is? Some kind of oil filter?



Don't think cleaning the filter will help much there!
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Old 04-01-2013, 10:53 PM   #16684
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Old 04-01-2013, 11:12 PM   #16685
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hy guys,

just found this image in the net. Could found what this part is? Some kind of oil filter?



Don't think cleaning the filter will help much there!
It's a banjo bolt and there is a screen there above it (IIRC). You can open it up and clean it, but usually it's clean.

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Got a question.

When I snap the throttle, I get a hesitation off idle, any ideas?

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68s pilot
HONDA NEEDLE SET 16012-MBN-771 on the 3rd cli
That's pretty normal with these carbs. You have to do hard rolls on or it bogs. The best way to fix it is to by a TM40 pumper carb kit.

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Nice! We need more action shots in this thread.
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Old 04-02-2013, 02:41 AM   #16686
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yep fckn cool shot i recon ....aussie's giving the pig a gut full

BTW some1 answer my question on the front fender ...i wanna crf typ but need to know what 1 to buy that will fit and suit the bike
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Old 04-02-2013, 03:45 AM   #16687
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Stop riding it there is something wrong. Take it apart and check your work. You will burn your new clutch up.
I already took it apart once, and all looks fine!

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This. There shouldn't be ANY slipping with new clutch parts.

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Yeah, I guess you're right! My AT had no such issues after a clutch change

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Did you pull everything out of the clutch assembly , including the skinny clutch plate the judder spring and the flat spring seat?. How did you assemble it.

You should have had a flat spring seat 1st, then the judder spring. The judder spring is the one on an angle. It should be touching the spring seat on the bottom and leaning out toward you at the top, then you install the skinny clutch plate, then a steel. The steels have 2 different sides, one a flat square egde type, the other side will have like a radius edge. These can go either way, but install them all the same way. I soak my clutch plates in oil before installing.

So after you put the skinny plate in, then a steel, then a normal clutch plate, steel , clutch plate , steel etc etc. You should have 6 normal plates , 6 steels, 1 skinney plate ,1 judder spring and 1 flat spring seat.
Thanks, poppy! Yeah, I went totally by the book, in the order that you mention. I did try to sort the steel plates as you describe, but by then, they were all greased up, so could have placed one the other way. Though I'm sure this would not cause it to slip?

Could it be the wrong plates? The previous owner sold them with the bike, but since the skinny plate was missing, perhaps they're not the right ones, and have a different thickness?

I have good slack in the lever, so it's not a problem there.

There doesn't seem to be any slip when letting go of the clutch in 1st gear, by the way.
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Old 04-02-2013, 04:18 AM   #16688
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nice shot!!

and nice bike setup..
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Old 04-02-2013, 04:23 AM   #16689
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Yes, it's a CRFX. Unfortunately I don't know much about it off hand, I just bought the bike but I have seen the thread that explains how to do it somewhere. I'm not home right now, but will look for the thread and post a link...

I have a few more photos on the XR650Rforum.com site (Icelander-XR650R there). Look in Introduce Yourself and Post Photos threads. I can post a few here tomorrow too if you like.


kewl..

many years back I saw those italian mod the rear fender using the CR fender by chopping off the rear,and the CR fender overlapp the chopped fender and rivet them..well something like that.
I love the crfx rear fender coz they are cheap and comes with the inbuilt LED.but I thought it would be too slim on the XRR.
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Old 04-02-2013, 09:42 AM   #16690
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While cleaning the R after a weekend of fun, I noticed the small spring (p/n 22815-MG3-000) on the clutch shaft (right below the cable attach) was broken. No idea how long it's been like this, and haven't noticed any difference in clutch feel. What does this spring do, should I fix it asap? I plan on doing nothing with it unless the R guru's say otherwise.
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Old 04-02-2013, 01:13 PM   #16691
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While cleaning the R after a weekend of fun, I noticed the small spring (p/n 22815-MG3-000) on the clutch shaft (right below the cable attach) was broken. No idea how long it's been like this, and haven't noticed any difference in clutch feel. What does this spring do, should I fix it asap? I plan on doing nothing with it unless the R guru's say otherwise.

I would be worried about the cable having too much slack and coming unhooked or gettting bound up at the lever or lifter rod actuator thingy. BUt other than that, its probably not a big deal.
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Old 04-02-2013, 02:04 PM   #16692
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Old 04-02-2013, 02:15 PM   #16693
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Got a question.

When I snap the throttle, I get a hesitation off idle, any ideas?

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Stock carb
178 main
68s pilot
HONDA NEEDLE SET 16012-MBN-771 on the 3rd cli
You'll need a pumper to get rid of that hesitation, the stock carb takes a half second to draw up the fuel. Proper jetting will minimize it but it'll never go completly away.
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Old 04-02-2013, 05:04 PM   #16694
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Got an oil analysis done. bike has 3,000 miles on it. oil is shell rotella 15w-40.

Oil has 950 miles on it.

Bike has been well taken care of its whole life.

Not quite sure about the wear metals in this sample.

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Old 04-02-2013, 05:24 PM   #16695
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New to the "R"

Just picked up a '06 650R. The guy I bought it from did the street conversion kit(lights, signals etc.) and nothing worked, unfortunately knew about as much about splitting atoms as he did about wiring. So I removed everything he did, and started over. I soldered and heat shrank all connections, I decided to run the ignition for the bike as it came, and run all the lights horn accessories of a small shori battery that I am mounting behind the headlight. My question is this... There is a blue wire that was intended to run the headlight, can I use this to charge the battery? And is this set up correct? Thanks.
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