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[Group] Super Four Non-VTEC Family: PB1 VerR & VerS


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Hi, I'm new here and currently residing in Philippines.....I ride superfour version S(CB400K) and the thing is, the model come without fuel gauge. I assume it was used as police bike in japan(big rectifier and so many ports for extra light/horn and electronic gizmos. is there anybody can guide me for installing the fuel gauge? thanks.

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Hi guys.. I've got a major problem..

 

Long story, i'll keep it brief. I have this ticking sound even after my engine was rebuilt. It is definitely not valve or cam chain.

Mech says need to change engine block, which cost $350 for second hand. Is there any shop or mech you guys can recommend to go to get this checked?

A trustworthy mech/motortiam to open up the engine and look into the problem and still cost decent.

I've spent a lot already. I really don't know what to do bros...

 

Thanks in advance.

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K&T at ubi.

 

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Hi guys.. I've got a major problem..

 

Long story, i'll keep it brief. I have this ticking sound even after my engine was rebuilt. It is definitely not valve or cam chain.

Mech says need to change engine block, which cost $350 for second hand. Is there any shop or mech you guys can recommend to go to get this checked?

A trustworthy mech/motortiam to open up the engine and look into the problem and still cost decent.

I've spent a lot already. I really don't know what to do bros...

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Ok...long answer short...looks like you kenna carrot liao. Firstly..the ticking sound is from valve clearance caused by shim/shims. It's ok to leave it if the sound goes away after hot and you r uing right eo viscosity. If now still got the ticking..means nothing been done.

 

Secondly..a 2nd block in NEVER at $350..it's at least $800-$1200 to replace and no warranty..that's what I understand in the open market now. If there is ticking sound, it's still ur shim/shims as these are the component creating the sound. Tell ur mech if the block can make ticking sound..likely ISIS has put a time bomb inside :p

 

So..you think anything been done? :nono:

Stupid Hurts!.:giddy:Speed doesn't kill, mistakes does :faint:

BEER!...it's cheaper than fuel now! DRINK!..DON'T RIDE!

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Any shop you recommend to do valve clearance and shim replacement then?

 

Try Planet Motor (an advertiser here)..asked them to evaluate what's is wrong rather than you tell then what is wrong.

Stupid Hurts!.:giddy:Speed doesn't kill, mistakes does :faint:

BEER!...it's cheaper than fuel now! DRINK!..DON'T RIDE!

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Any idea if a cb400 project big 1 (PB1) can legally fit a yoshi endcan?

 

 

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Can version s discbrake compactible to s4 vtec bikes?

 

nope different size...cant fit

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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Been a long time since I participated here...

 

Happy to see Ah Pek still here, though you may not remember me.. :D

 

Used to ride a 50th Anniversary VerS and you helped me with many stuff at yr place over Kopi O...

 

Being back here always gives me the urge to get on a bike again.. there's just something about riding that cannot be replaced..

 

Just to say hi and happy/safe riding all!

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My version s is giving me deep knock sounds only when moving on throttle under load. I believe my bearings or con rod got problem. Last time i changed my engine oil, the mechanic overfilled my engine oil. I felt the bike feeling heavier after the service and realised it was overfilled, over the marking of the oil dip. What do u guys think is the problem? Should i still ride the bike? Is there any way to prevent this? U guys know probably how much bottom overhaul can cost around or how much to replace the faulty parts? Broke liao

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My version s is giving me deep knock sounds only when moving on throttle under load. I believe my bearings or con rod got problem. Last time i changed my engine oil, the mechanic overfilled my engine oil. I felt the bike feeling heavier after the service and realised it was overfilled, over the marking of the oil dip. What do u guys think is the problem? Should i still ride the bike? Is there any way to prevent this? U guys know probably how much bottom overhaul can cost around or how much to replace the faulty parts? Broke liao

 

bottom overhaul can cost like 1.6k if you change to a new set of conrods...or 1.2k if u get second hand......thats what i can remember 6 years ago......

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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