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hi i would to noe my cbr 08 1000rr i can hear ticking sound rev up n down does anyone knows wat is the problem ??????

Probably it's the timing chain causing the ticking sound..

 

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Hi peeps! I'm creating a new whatsapp group for Class 2 Sport's Bikers keen to travel to Malaysia for short riding sessions on regular basis. Maybe within Johor and Malacca states for now. If you are interested text me at 8133 0476. Please also post in your bikes' Facebook group and do inform your friends! Cheers!

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Hi guys, i am a new owner of a cbr 1000rr. Being enjoying the ride for the past week. Love that look and that power.

 

Hey bro, enjoy your ride. Guess our boss, Tashi, is no longer active. Do keep CBR sprites alive!

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Hey bros, I am planning to get cbr1000rr secondhand. I gona use for transportation use only. Just need to ask few questions and get some knowledge and advice from the riders here. Hopefully some Bros kindly can help me answer all my questions. Thanks..

 

1) wats the different between 2008-2015 model cbr1000rr?

 

2) As I know there is no fuel meter gauge, How shall I see how much of the petrol left in the tank?

 

3) how many kilometres can cbr1000rr travel with full tank roughly

 

4) Is it easy to maintain this bike and how to maintain and how much will be the maintenance cost roughly?

 

5) any tips and advice of Wat and how to check if the bike is in good and healthy condition if I were to buy from shop or someone?

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Hey bros, I am planning to get cbr1000rr secondhand. I gona use for transportation use only. Just need to ask few questions and get some knowledge and advice from the riders here. Hopefully some Bros kindly can help me answer all my questions. Thanks..

 

1) wats the different between 2008-2015 model cbr1000rr?

 

2) As I know there is no fuel meter gauge, How shall I see how much of the petrol left in the tank?

 

3) how many kilometres can cbr1000rr travel with full tank roughly

 

4) Is it easy to maintain this bike and how to maintain and how much will be the maintenance cost roughly?

 

5) any tips and advice of Wat and how to check if the bike is in good and healthy condition if I were to buy from shop or someone?

 

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1. Too long to explain. I think you should google this one.

 

2. No fuel gauge. So you have to just go with the "feel" of the bike. The reserve tank lights up when there is about 3L left in the tank. You get used to it after a while.

 

3. The tank is about 15L in total. You get about 13-14~ km/l so that makes it = about 200 - 220km or so.

 

4. Yes it is quite easy to maintain and you can get the parts easily in most shops or online. I usually get mine from FJT here at Rowell Road. Parts are not that expensive. Can't tell you exact maintenance cost because every bike varies when it comes to wear and tear. But ease of obtaining parts is a big bonus.

 

5. Not experienced enough to help you here haha

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Hello, past riders, new riders, I hope everyone is alive, keeping well and living a great life ... it's been awhile. My last Blade was a 2010 model ... I sold that off in 2014. I haven't been riding since. I guess priorities change, but from time to time, I do reminisce about the adventures I've had and the friends I've made ... best times of my life. Live long and prosper folks ...

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Lol! I like the way it was put across as keeping well and living a great life.

Hard a 15 CBR1K, love of my life and travelled many places with it. Number plate was even bidded to be the same as Marquez. #93

 

Ride well, ride safe and prosper ppl!

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