Ignition Timing

Remove the right side fairing (page 2-4). Start the engine and warm it up to operating temperature. Stop the engine and remove the timing hole cap. Read the instruc- Connect the timing light to the 1 or 4 direct tions for timing ignition coil wire (black white). light operation. Start the engine, let it idle and check the ignition timing. The ignition timing is correct if the F mark on the ignition pulse generator rotor aligns with the index notch on the right crankcase cover at idle as shown....

Torque Values

6 mm bolt and nut 8 mm bolt and nut 10 mm bolt and nut 12 mm bolt and nut 5(0.5,3.6) 10(1.0,7) 22 (2.2,16) 34 (3.5,25) 54 (5.5, 40) 6 mm flange bolt (8 mm head, small flange) 6 mm flange bolt (8 mm head, large flange) 6 mm flange bolt (10 mm head) and nut 8 mm flange bolt and nut 10 mm flange bolt and nut Torque specifications listed below are for important fasteners. Others should be tightened to standard torque values listed above. NOTES 1. Apply sealant to the threads. 2. Apply locking agent...

Oil Clearance Inspection

Do riot rotate the Clean off any oil from the bearing inserts and crank-crankshaft during pin. inspection. Carefully install the crankshaft onto the upper crank-case. Set the connecting rods onto the crankpin. Put a strip of plastigauge lengthwise on the crank- Carefully install the bearing caps by aligning the I.D. code. Apply engine oil to the connccting rod bearing cap nut threads and seating surfaces and install them. Tighten the cap nuts in 2 or 3 steps. TORQUE 25 N-m (2.6 kgf-m , 19...

Subgear Removal Installation

Install the stopper pins and gear springs onto the primary drive gear as shown. Apply molybdenum oil solution to the sub-gear sliding surface. Temporarily install the sub-gear by aligning the punch mark with the hole in the primary drive gear. Install the cone spring onto the sub-gear. Install the sub-gear onto the primary drive gear so that it evenly touches the primary drive gear by prying the sub-gear with a 5 mm pin or screwdriver while the stoppers on the reverse side of the sub-gear are...

Wire Harness Inspection

Disconnect the regulator rectifier 5P (black) connector. Check the connector for loose contacts or corroded terminals. Measure the voltage between the red white wire terminal and ground. There should be battery voltage at all times. GROUND LINE Check the continuity between the green wire terminal and ground. There should be continuity at all times. CHARGING COIL LINE Measure the resistance between the yellow wire ter STANDARD 0.1 -1.0 2 (20 C 68 F) Check for continuity between each yellow wire...

Brake Fluid Replacement Air Bleeding

A contaminated brake disc or pad reduces stopping power. Discard contaminated pads and clean a contaminated disc with a high quality brake degreasing agent. Do not allow foreign material to enter the system when filling the reservoir. Avoid spilling fluid on paintedplastic or rubber parts. Place a rag over these parts whenever the system is serviced. Use only DOT 4 brake fluid from a sealed container. Do not mix different types of fluid. They are not compatible. Remove the reservoir cap, set...

Cylinder Head Removal

Remove the following camshafts (page 8-4) two bolts and thermostat housing M mmmmm THERM STATjIfl Jll SIN Si Remove the two 6 mm cylinder head bolts. Loosen the ten 9 mm cylinder head bolts in a crisscross pattern in 2 or 3 steps, and remove them.

Vacuum Chamber

As the Remove the three screws and the vacuum chamber compression cover. spring is very long, it will jump out of the carburetor when the cover is removed. Remove the compression spring and diaphragm vacuum piston from the carburetor body. Be careful not to Screw one of the vacuum chamber cover (4 mm) damage the screws into the jet needle holder. diaphragm. Pull the screw and remove the jet needle holder from the vacuum piston. Do not remove the jet needle holder by pushing the jet needle....

Right Crankcase Cover Removal

Remove the right side fairing (page 2-4). Raise the fuel tank and support it (page 2-3). Remove the cable holder bolt and clutch cable holder, and disconnect the clutch cable from the clutch lifter arm. Disconnect the ignition pulse generator 2P connector. Disconnect the ignition pulse generator 2P connector. The lifter arm spindle is engaged with the clutch lifter piece inside the right crankcase cover. Remove the crankcase cover while turning the clutch lifter...

Left Crankcase Cover Removal

Remove the left side fairing (page 2-4). Disconnect the alternator 3P (White) connector. Remove the left crankcase cover bolts and the left crankcase cover. The left crankcase cover (statorj is magnetically attached to the flywheel, be careful during removal. The engine oil will run out when the left crankcase cover is removed. Set a clean oil pan under the engine and add the recommended oil to the specified level after installation. The engine oil will run out when the left crankcase cover is...

Ignition Pulse Generator Peak Voltage

Check cylinder compression at each cylinder and check that the spark plugs are installed correctly in the cylinders. Disconnect the ignition control module (ICM) connector. Connect the peak voltage adaptor or tester probes to the connector terminals of the wire harness side. Peak voltage tester (U.S.A. only) or Peak voltage adaptor 07HGJ-002Q100 with commercially available digital multimeter (impedance 10 Ma DCV minimum) Yellow wire terminal ( + )-to-White yellow wire terminal ( ) Turn the...

Cooling Fan Disassembly

Remove the air guide rubber from the radiator. Disconnect the fan motor switch connector. Remove the fan motor assembly by removing the three holts and ground terminal. Remove the nuts and the cooling fan from the fan motor. Remove the fan motor connector from the shroud and the motor wire from the clamp. Remove the nuts and the fan motor. Disconnect the fan motor switch connector. Remove the fan motor assembly by removing the three holts and ground terminal. Remove the fan motor connector from...

Left Handlebar Removal

Disconnect the clutch switch connectors. Remove the two bolts, holder and clutch lever bracket from the handlebar. Remove the two screws and left handlebar switch housing. Disconnect the choke cable from the choke lever. Hold the handlebar weight and remove the mounting screw and weight. Remove the left handlebar grip and choke lever from the handlebar. Hold the handlebar weight and remove the mounting screw and weight. Remove the left handlebar grip and choke lever from the handlebar. Remove...

Turn Signal Relay

Fzs 600 Wiring Diagram

Disconnect the turn signal relay connector. Connect the Black brown and Gray wire terminals of the wire harness side connector with a jumper wire. Turn the ignition switch ON and check the turn signal light by operating the turn signal switch. If the light does not come on, check for open circuit in Black brown and Gray wires. If the light comes on, check for continuity between the Green wire terminal and body ground. if there is no continuity, check for open circuit in green wire. If there is...

Steering Bearing Replacement

Always replace the hearings and races as a set. Replace the steering bearing ball race remover set. Ball race remover set Driver attachment AID Driver attachment B (2) Driver shaft assembly (3) Bearing remover A (4 Bearing remover B 5) Assembly base (6( KM90001 KM 90100 KM90200 KM90300 KM90401 KM90500 KM90600 Note the install a- Install the ball race remover into the steering head tion direction of pipe as shown. the assembly base. Align bearing remover A with the groove in the steering head....

Cooling Fan Motor Switch

Remove the left side fairing (page 2-4). Turn the ignition switch OFF, disconnect the connector from the fan motor switch and turn the ignition switch ON again. * If the fan motor does not stop, ohock for short circuit between the fan motor and switch. If the fan motor stops, replace the fan motor switch. Before testing, check for a blown fan motor fuse. Warm up the engine to operating temperature. Disconnect the connector from the fan motor switch and ground the connector with a jumper Turn...

Right Handlebar Removal

Huld the handlebar weight and iemuve the mounting screw and the weight. Disconnect the front brake light switch connectors. NOTE. Keep the brake master cylinder upright to prevent air from entering the hydraulic system. Remove the two bolts, holder and master cylinder from the handlebar. Remove the two screws and handlebar switch throttle housing. Disconnect the front brake light switch connectors. NOTE. Keep the brake master cylinder upright to prevent air from entering the hydraulic system....

Brake Lever Adjustment

The distance between the tip of the brake lever and the grip can be adjusted by turning the adjuster. Align the arrow on the brake lever with the index mark on the adjuster. Loosen the lock nut and turn the push rod until the correct pedal height is obtained. Loosen the lock nut and turn the push rod until the correct pedal height is obtained. The brake light switch on the front brake master cylinder cannot be adjusted. If the front brake light switch actuation and brake engagement are off,...

Shock Link Pivot Bearing Replacement

07749 0010000

Press the needle bearing out of the shock link pivot using the special tools. Driver attachment handle 07949-3710001 Attachment, 22 X 24 mm 07746-0010800 Apply grease to the needle rollers of a new bearing. Press in the Carefully press the needle bearing in the link pivot bearing with the until the depth from the shock link outer surface is marking side 5.2 5.7 mm (0.20-0.22 in), using the same tools. facing up. Apply grease to new dust seal lips and install them into the shock link pivots...

Ignition Primary Peak Voltage

Peak Voltage Adapter Yu39991

' Check all system connections before this inspection. Poor connected connectors can cause incorrect readings. Check the cylinder compression at each cylinder and check that the spark plugs are installed correctly in each cylinder. Disconnect the direct ignition coils from the spark plugs (page 3-6). Connect the 2P connectors to the direct ignition coils. Connect good known spark plugs to the direct ignition coils and ground the spark plugs to the cylinder head as done in a spark test. With the...

Evaporative Emission Carburetor Air Vent Evap Cav Solenoid Valve Inspection

1995 Honda Cbr 600 Crankcase Vent

The EVAP CAV solenoid valve should be inspected if hot restart is difficult. Remove the air cleaner housing page 5-14 . Remove the bolt and solenoid valve stay from the frame. Disconnect the No. 8 and No. 4 hoses. Blow air into the No. 4 hose fitting that goes to the EVAP canister with the ignition switch OFF. Blow air into the No. 8 hose fitting with the ignition switch ON. Air should flow through the EVAP CAV solenoid valve and out the air vent port No. 4 hose fitting that goes to the air...

Discharge Volume Inspection

Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain conditions. Work in a well ventilated area. Smoking or allowing flames or sparks in the work area or where the gasoline is stored can cause a fire or explosion. Raise the fuel tank and support it page 2-3 . Remove the seat cowl page 2-2 . Short the Black white and Black blue terminals at the fuel pump transfer relay with the jumper wire. Disconnect the fuel tube from the 3-way tube joint Hold the a graduated beaker under the fuel...

Cylinder Head Disassembly

Remove the spark plugs from the cylinder head. Install the tappet hole protector into the valve lifter bore. Remove the valve spring cotters using the special tools. Valve spring compressor 0 757-U010000 Compressor attachment 07959-KM30101 To prevent loss of tension, do not compress the valve springs more than necessary to remove the cotters. valve springs valve stem seal -spring seats Mark all parts during disassembly so they can be placed back in their original locations.

Installation

Pour the molybdenum oil solution into the hole in the water pump as shown. Apply molybdenum uil sululiun lu the iluusl washer. Apply engine oil to a new O-ring and install it onto the stepped portion of the water pump. Install the water pump into the crankcase while aligning the water pump shaft groove with the oil pump 3haft end by turning the pump shaft. Align the bolt holes in the water pump and crankcase and make sure the water pump is securely installed. Connect the water hoses to the pump...

Honda Cbr Special Tools

Yamaha Xjr Chain Nut

39 N-m 4.0 kgf-m , 29 lbf-ft 39 N-m 4.0 kgf-m , 29 lbf-ft 4 N-m 0.4 kgf-m , 2.9 lbf-ft 54 N-m 5.5 kgf-m , 40 lbf-ft 39 N-m 4.0 kgf-m , 29 lbf-ft 4 N-m 0.4 kgf-m , 2.9 lbf-ft 54 N-m 5.5 kgf-m, 40 lbf-ft 39 N-m 4.0 kgf-m , 29 lbf-ft 44 N-m 4.5 kgf-m , 33 lbf-ft 54 N-m 5.5 kgf-m , 40 lbf-ft 10 N-m 1.0 kgf-m, 7 lbf-ft 2 N-m 0.2 kgf-m , 1.4 lbf-ft Hemove the following -radiator page 6-8 radiator reserve tank page 6-11 pulse secondary air injection PAIR control valve page 5-39 EVAP canister...

Evaporative Emission Evap Canister Removalinstallation

Disconnect the No. 1, No. 4 and No. 2 tubes from Remove the side fairing socket bolt and fairing stay, and the EVAP canister with the bracket. Remove the two bolts, collars arid bracket. Install the EVAP canister in the reverse order of removal. EVAPORATIVE EMISSION EVAP PURGE CONTROL VALVE INSPECTION The EVAP purge control valve should be inspected if hot restart is difficult. Raise the fuel tank and support it page 2-3 . Remove the EVAP purge control valve. Connect a vacuum pump to the No. 5...

System Inspection

Start the engine and warm it up to normal operating temperature. Remove the air cleaner housing cover page 3-5 . Check that the secondary air intake port is clean and free nf carbon deposits. Check the pulse secondary air injection PAIR check valves if the port is carbon fouled. Disconnect the air supply air cleaner housing-to-PAIR control valve hose California No. 15 from the air cleaner housing. Disconnect the PAIR control valve vacuum tube California No. 10 from the 3-way joint and plug the...

Engine Installation

Honda Cbr 600 F4i Neutral

When tightening the lock nut with the lock nut wrench, refer to torque wrench reading information on page 7-2 SERVICE INFORMATION. The jack height must be continually adjusted to relieve stress from the mounting fasteners. Route the wires and cables properly page 1-18 . Be sure to tighten all engine mounting fasteners to the specified torque in the specified sequence described following page. If you mistake the tightening torque or sequence, loosen all mounting fasteners, then tighten them...

High Altitude Adjustment

When the vehicle is to be operated continuously above 2,000 m 6,500 feet , the carburetors must be readjusted as described below to improve driveability and decrease exhaust emissions. Remove the carburetor assembly from the intake ports of the cylinder head page 5-15 , Drain the carburetors and remove the float chambers. Change each main jet for a high altitude one. HIGH ALTITUDE MAIN JET 49 state Canada type No. 1 and 4 carburetors 130 No. 2 and 3 carburetors 132 California type 125 Install...

Air Vent Control Solenoid Valve Inspection

Honda Cbr 600 Del 2000

Raise the fuel tank and support it page 2-3 . Check The induction ducts arid cuiineuliny tubes for damage or loose connection. Remove the air cleaner housing page 5-14 . Remove the front fairing page 2-5 . Check the induction hoses for deterioration, damage or loose connections. Check the sub-air cleaner for clogging. FLOAT CHAMBER INNER AIR VENT HOSE FLOAT CHAMBER OUTER AIR VENT HOSE Disconnect the air vent hose California No. 6 from the 3-way joint that goes to the carburetor. Disconnect the...

Oil Pressure Check

Remove the right side fairing page 2-4 . Start the engine and warm it up to normal operating temperature. Stop the engine, remove the oil main gallery sealing bolt. Connect an oil pressure gauge attachment and gauge to the bolt hole, use care not to allow any locking agent material to enter the engine. equivalent commercially available in U.S.A. Pressure gauge attachment 07510-MJ10100or equivalent commercially available in U.S.A. Check the oil level and add the recommended oil if necessary page...

Service Information

When the engine must be running to do some work, make sure the area is well-ventilated. Never run the engine in an enclosed area. The exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas that may cause loss of consciousness and lead to death. Run the engine in an open area or with an exhaust evacuation system in an enclosed area. Honda GN4 4-atroke oil or equivalent motor oil API service classification SF or SG Viscosity SAE 10W-40 Carburetor vacuum difference base carburetor No. 4 BRIDGESTONE BT56F...

Removal

Cbr 1991 600 Engine Oil Filter

Drain the coolant from the system page 6-5 . Disconnect the water hoses from the oil cooler. Remove the oil cooler bolt filter boss , washer and oil cooler. Remove the O-ring from the oil cooler. Remove the oil cooler bolt filter boss , washer and oil cooler. Remove the O-ring from the oil cooler. Coat a new O-ring with oil and install it into the oil cooler groove. Coat a new O-ring with oil and install it into the oil cooler groove. Apply engine oil to the oil cooler bolt threads and seating...

Engine

Fazer 600 Oil Level

Start the engine and let it idle for a few minutes. Stop the engine, support the motorcycle upright on a level surface. Wait for a few minutes and check that the oil level is between the upper and lower level marks in the inspection window. If the oil level is below or near the lower level mark, remove the oil filler cap and add the recommended engine oil up to the upper level mark. Honda GN4 4-stroke oil or equivalent motor oil API service classification SF or SG Viscosity SAE 10W-40 Other...

Removalinstallation

Drain the coolant from the reserve tank page 6-5 . Remove the breather tube from the reserve tank stay. Remove the mounting bolt, and the reserve tank and heat guard rubber from the stay. Align the locating Installation is in the reverse order of removal. pin with the hole in Route the tubes properly page 1-18 . Fill the reserve tank with recommended coolant to the upper level line page 3-14 .

Side Fairing

Remove the following three trim clips two screws -six socket bolts. Release the boss from the duct cover grommet and remove the side cowl. Left side fairing Remove the fuel tank drain and breather tubes. only Installation is in the leverse order of removal. NOTE Be careful not to dislodge the rubber nuts in the Short side fairing when tightening the front side bolts. TORQUE Socket bolt Three bolts on front side

Maintenance Schedule

Perform the PRE-RIDE INSPECTION in the Owner's Manual at each scheduled maintenance period. I Inspect and Clean, Adjust, Lubricate or Replace if necessary. C Clean R Replace A Adjust L Lubricate The following items require some mechanical knowledge. Certain items particularly those marked and may require more technical information and tools. Consult your Honda dealer. Should be serviced by your dealer, unless the owner has proper tools and service data and is mechanically qualified. In the...

Cooling Fan Assembly

Install the fan motor onto the shroud as shown. Install and tighten the nuts. Install the fan motor connector onto the shroud and secure the wire with the clamp. Install the fan motor onto the shroud as shown. Install and tighten the nuts. Install the fan motor connector onto the shroud and secure the wire with the clamp. Install the cooling fan onto the motor shaft by aligning the flat surfaces. Install and tighten the nut. Install the cooling fan onto the motor shaft by aligning the flat...

Radiator Coolant

Secondary Air Injection Honda Cbr 250

Check the coolant level of the reserve tank with the engine running at normal operating temperature. The level should be between the UPPER and LOWER level lines with the motorcycle upright on a level surface. If the level is low, remove the right side fairing page 2-4 and the reserve tank cap, and fill the tank to the UPPER level line with a 50 50 mixture of distilled water and antitreeze coolant preparation page 6-4 . Pro Honda HP Coolant or an equivalent high quality ethylene glycol...

Troubleshooting

Dragstar Classic Reserve Tank

Faulty temperature gauge or thermosensor Passenges blocked in radiator, hoses or water jacket Faulty temperature gauge or thermosensor Faulty water pump mechanical seal Damaged or deteriorated cylinder head gasket Loose hose connection or clamp Damaged or deteriorated hoses The engine must be cool before removing the radiator cap or severe scalding may result. Remove the right air intake duct page 2-6 . Remove the radiator cap. The engine must be cool before removing the radiator cap or severe...

Radiator Removal Installation

Drain the coolant from the system by removing the drain bolt on the water pump page 6-5 . Disconnect the fan motor 2P Black connector. Disconnect the horn connectors. Remove the horn bolt and horn. Disconnect the water hoses and tubes from the i adiatoi. Remove the radiator mounting bolts, washers and nut. Remove the radiator from the mounting boss of the frame. Remove the air guide rubber from the engine. Installation is in the reverse order of removal. Set the air guide rubber properly, being...

Oil Strainer

Sticking Relief Valve Honda

Remove the oil strainer and seal rubber from the oil pump. Clean the oil strainer screen thoroughly. Coat a new seal rubber with oil and install it onto the strainer. Install the oil strainer by aligning its tab with the groove in the crankcase. Remove the oil pressure relief valve from the crank-case. Remove the O-ring from the relief valve body. Remove the oil pressure relief valve from the crank-case. Remove the O-ring from the relief valve body. Remove the spring seat, spring and piston...

Idle Drop Procedure

Tool Part 07kma Ms60101

Make sure the carburetor synchronization is within specification before pilot screw adjustment, The pilot screws are factory pre-set and no adjustment is necessary unless the pilot screws are replaced. Use a tachometer with graduations of 50 rpm or smaller that will accurately indicate a 50 rpm change. 1. Raise the fuel tank and support it page 2-3 . Turn each pilot screw clockwise until it seats lightly. then back it out to the specification given. This is an initial setting prior to the...

Carburetor Assembly

Virago 1100 Pilot Setting

AIR CUT-OFF VALVE PILOT SCREW FLOAT FLOAT PIN Install the pilot screw and return them to their original position as noted during removal. FLOAT CHAMBER Perform the pilot screw adjustment if new pilot screw is installed. Damage to the pilot screw seat will occur if the pilot screw is tightened against the seat Install the needle jet holder, main jet and slow jet. Handle the jets with care. They can easily be tmrpr nr scratched. Hang the float valve onto the float arm lip. Install the float...

Float Chamber

07kma Ms60101

Remove the three screws and the float chamber. Remove the float pin, float and float valve. Check the float for damage or fuel in the float. Check the float valve and valve seat for scoring, scratches, clogging or damage. Check the tip of the float valve, where it contacts the valve seat, for stepped wear or contamination. Check the operation of the float valve. Remove the main jet, needle jet holder and slow jet. Handle the jets with care. They can easily be scored or scratched. Turn the pilot...

Front Fairing

F4i Vent Hose

Bo oaroful not to scratch the front fairing and fender. Remove the socket bolts and the rearview mirrors. Remove the liim clip fioin the instrument panel. Remove the six screws and two nuts. Remove the instrument panels. Release the air vent hose California No. 8 from the hose clip and disconnect it from the 3-way hose joint. Remove the two trim clips and six socket bolts. Remove the front fairing off the rearview mirror bolt hole studs and rest it on the front fender. Disconnect the headlight...

Front Inner Fairing

Remove the following four trim clips four scrcws -inner fairing by releasing front fairing tabs from inner fairing slits. Installation is in the reverse order of removal. NOTE Make sure that the mating areas are aligned properly before tightening the fasteners. TORQUE Screw 2 N-m 0.2 kgf-m , 1.4 lbf-ft

Inspection

Oil Pump For Suzuki Bandit

If any portion of the oil pump is worn beyond the service limit, replace the oil pump as an assembly. Temporarily assemble the oil pump. Measure the rotor tip clearance. Measure the pump body clearance. SERVICE LIMIT. 0.35 mm 0.014 in Measure the pump side clearance. SERVICE LIMIT 0.10 mm 0.004 in

Cbr600 Trable Shooting

Metering Valve Cav Pump

No fuel to carburetor -Clogged fuel filter Clogged fuel tank breather tube Too much fuel getting to the engine Contaminated deteriorated fuel Improper throttle operation Fuel pump system malfunction No spark at plug faulty ignition system section 17 Engine stalls, hard to start, rough idling Contaminated deteriorated fuel Restricted fuel tank breather tube Starting enrichment valve open Fuel pump system malfunction Faulty EVAP CAV and or EVAP purge control system California type Faulty...

Carburetor Removal

Bandit 250cc Carburetor Diagram

Remove the air cleaner housing page 5-14 . California type Disconnect the No. 11 tube. only California type Disconnect the No. 5 tubes. only Remove the choke cable from the cable holder and disconnect it from the starting enrichment SE valve arm. Romovo tho throttle otop ocrcw from the holder. Loosen the four carburetor insulator band screws at the engine side, using a long screwdriver through the hole in both sides of the frame. Loosen the four carburetor insulator band screws at the engine...

Carburetor Choke

Honda Cbr 600 Timing Hole

This model's choke system uses a fuel enriching circuit controlled by a starting enrichment SE valve. The SE valve opens the enriching circuit via a cable when the choke lever on the left handlebar is turned this side. Check for smooth choke lever operation and lubricate the choke if required. Check the choke cable for frayed, kinked or other damage. I he viscous paper element type air cleaner cannot be cleaned because the element contains a dust adhesive. If the motorcycle is used in wet or...

Model Identification

Serial Number Engine Cbr 600 1991

The Vehicle Identification Number VIN is located on the left side of the frame. The frame serial number is stamped on the right side of the steering head. The carburetor identification number is stamped on the intake side of the carburetor body. The carburetor identification number is stamped on the intake side of the carburetor body. The engine serial number is stamped on the rear side of the upper crankcase. The color label is attached on the rear fender under the seat. When ordering...

Emission Control Systems

Pulse Secondary Air Injection System

Environmental Protection Agency, Transport Canada and California Air Resources Board iCARB require manufacturers to certify that their motorcycles comply with applicable exhaust emissions standards during their useful life, when operated and maintained according to the instructions provided, and that motorcycles built after January 1, 1983 comply with applicable noise emission standards for one year or 6,000 km 3,730 miles after the time of sale to the ultimate purchaser, when operated...

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Carburetor Synchronization

Cbr600 2000 Engine

Perform this maintenance with the engine at nor mal operating temperature and transmission in neutral. Place the motorcycle on a level surface. Raise the fuel tank and support it page 2-3 . Disconnect the vacuum tubes from the air cleaner housing. Connect the vacuum gauges to the vacuum tubes. Connect the vacuum gauges to the vacuum tubes. Start the engine and adjust the idle speed with the throttle stop screw. IDLE SPEED 49 state Canada type 1,300 100 rpm California type 1,400 100 rpm Check...

Lubrication Seal Points

Cbr600 Throttle Cable Route

Oil pan mating surface Cylinder head semi-circuler area Right crankcase cover mating surface Crankcase mating surfaces right side Crankcase mating surfaces left side Crankcase mating surface Oil pressure switch threads Thermosensor threads See page 9-14 See page 10-2 See page 11-11 See page 4-4 Do not apply to the sensor head. See page 6-13 Water pump shaft spindle and thrust washer sliding surface Cylinder head 9 mm bolt threads and seating surface Starter reduction gear shaft outer surface M3...