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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 07-21-2019, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default 1994 Fireblade Hack

Pickup up a pretty rough cbr900rr today, it's been too long since I butchered something. The clutch hub was cracked and the previous owner didn't want to bother repairing it.
The cracked center has about 15 degrees of rotation but doesn't come out.

I have read in a few places that the fueling is disturbed without the fairings, any truth to this? It definitely needs some bigger mains according to the dyno sheet from 2005.










If anybody wants the fairings they will be next to the dumpster, trash day is Wednesday...

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Old Streetfighter Motorcycle Forum Post 07-21-2019, 10:32 PM   #2
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If anybody wants the fairings they will be next to the dumpster, trash day is Wednesday...
If they are OEM and not Chinese, or broken, I'd be interested in the two small center tail section pieces.

The one that covers the tail lamp and the one with the rear seat lock cylinder.

Obviously wouldn't be able to make it to the dumpster, but I'd be more than willing to pay shipping plus a little extra for your troubles.

On a side note, that was dyno'ed about 10 miles from where I live...
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If they are OEM and not Chinese, or broken, I'd be interested in the two small center tail section pieces.

The one that covers the tail lamp and the one with the rear seat lock cylinder.

Obviously wouldn't be able to make it to the dumpster, but I'd be more than willing to pay shipping plus a little extra for your troubles.

On a side note, that was dyno'ed about 10 miles from where I live...
They are definitely OEM. Black paint and shitty stickers over the original black/yellow/purple. The tail pieces are all definitely fucked. I think all the plastics are cracked or missing pieces except the mid fairings. I'll take a closer look tomorrow.

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They don't like having the wiring loom stuffed up under the steering neck where the bike is trying to get still air from.

Have a Google for the Viking Airbox Mod.

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Got it. Checking out the airbox mod today. The airbox is stock with a UNI filter.

The tail pieces are all junk. Held together witch duct tape and wood screws....

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The tail pieces are all junk. Held together witch duct tape and wood screws....
Thanks for checking!
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Default Re: 1994 Fireblade Hack

keep the airbox trumpets, big problem with lack of fairing is too much air getting in, causes it too bog down . We had to duct tape our tanks to the frames on the IoM a few years ago. Bike will run with wires stuffed in front of frame,but its messy
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Got some more junk stripped off. Is there a method to scuff the polished aluminum back to try and match the cast sections?



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Got some more junk stripped off. Is there a method to scuff the polished aluminum back to try and match the cast sections?
If there is no clear on it, then a red scotch brite and some WD-40 can make it look like brushed aluminum instead of polished aluminum.
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I was thinking of using a small mouse sander but the scotch brite is probably the way to go. Thanks!

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