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  1. Beginner Streetfighter Questions
    Hi! First of all, I'm new to this page and i live in Mexico City so.. Hello from Mexico! :) I want to start my first build of a custom fighter and a CBR600 from around 1987-1995 seems to be the right option (right?), the thing is I can't find any reasonable affordable ones... all I've found...
  2. Archived Classifeds
    F2 with fairings removed, F4i Tail. This bike is ready to go with a clear title. I ride it almost every day. Lots of new parts installed recently to keep the bike in good nick for some time. Recent Work: NEW Continental Tires JT Sprockets and RK X-Ring Chain. -1 Up front Steering Bearings...
  3. New Member Introductions (For Noobs!)
    Been skimming through the site for a week or 2 and figured I would make it official. My name is Nathan Im making my first streetfighter out of my 89 cbr600. I bought the bike to fix it up but decided I would rather make it what I wanted it to be (and I was missing the lower fairing so now I dont...
  4. Member Project Bikes
    This is my 95 CBR 600 I bought for $450. This is my first bike and this is my first major mechanical project. I'm currently stripping it down to do a fighter build. Right now I'm deconstructing to paint the engine and frame black. I'm also thinking about wrapping my exhaust headers but if...
  5. Electrical and Lights
    Ok so I have a question that hopefully the more electronically inclined people on here can answer for me. So the issue is that i have gotten the wiring harness back on my bike and gotten mostly everything wired up. I should have everything to get the starter to turn hooked up but for some reason...
  6. New Member Introductions (For Noobs!)
    Hey guys, brand new to the site and to the streetbike world. Ridden dirt bikes all my life but just bought myself a 1997 CBR600 F3 on Tuesday. Wasn't running when I got it but new fuel, new plugs, and a jump start later she was purring away. picked it up for $1100, plastics conveniently...
  7. Archived Classifeds
    So my parts guy at Kensington Motor Sports just called me to inform me that the little $15 part i needed has been discontinued by Honda. GREEEEAT! it's called the Choke Wire Stay and it is located in the carburetor assembly. if anyone has one, thinks they have one, knows a person who has...
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