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[Groups] HONDA CB750 / CB1000 / CB1300


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if old cb1000, the earliest is FL and the later model is FM or FN. cb1000 is not rare.

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Originally posted by dannyelly@Sep 4 2005, 11:23 AM

hi rainman....... my servicing is due so i'm going to do my servicing. u got place to recommend? by the way where is Rosil shop? i intended to use 20W50 engine oil.so wht u think? 20W50 is under semi or fully? sorry for asking so many question at a time ya:sorry:

Hi Danny,

 

Well, I do my own oil change and at present I am using 20W50 but it is mineral based oil (non syn Mobil Super 4T). As for where Rosli's shop is, you can PM William Tan. He goes there pretty frequently. I have been invited by William to drop by but have been pretty busy with work (i am a pastor). So far, so good, the 20W50 oil serves its purpose well but need to change more frequently (3000kms interval) unlike fully syn oil. Hope this helps?

 

God Bless!

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Arggghhhh...

 

the CB1300. I wan!!!!

 

Was salivating at it the other day where I was comparing the XJR 1300 to the Cb1300.

 

Did a double take on the road when I catched up with a XJR 1300 and nearly buanged into the back of a car. Didnt know that both are on the road till recently.

 

Can someone advise me the height clearance of the CB1300? Is it about the same for the S4?

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Originally posted by nE0@Sep 5 2005, 02:36 AM

I saw a Suzuki GSX1400 on the road before too.

 

All these 3 are huge street bikes! Not small like the Super4s.

Curses!!!!! :mad:

 

So the only hope of me on a CB1300 is as its 'chai'. :D

 

 

hint....hint...hint.....

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hi all

 

I am new here. I am also thinking to buy this bike. Can you tell me where to buy is the cheapest? and about the spare parts easily accessable? Dont see much of this bike any more. Therefore, quite worry on the spare part...

 

Thanks:bouncefire:

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Originally posted by luohan@Sep 8 2005, 10:04 AM

hi all

 

I am new here. I am also thinking to buy this bike. Can you tell me where to buy is the cheapest? and about the spare parts easily accessable? Dont see much of this bike any more. Therefore, quite worry on the spare part...

 

Thanks:bouncefire:

Hi Luohan,

 

If you can afford brand new, I believe at Looi's Motor located in Kaki Bukit, they have a unit there. I heard that it is priced at about $14000 OTR. On the other hand, you can go down to Universal Motor located along Alexandra Road. They may have one or two there. Another good place to go look around at is Alexandra Village. There are alot of shops there and so you may come across one.

 

On the spare parts, I don't think it's a major problem. As this bike is still being produce in Japan, FJT or even Boon Siew will still carry stock. The reason is because SSDC are still using this strong workhorse. Just for your info, they have two kinds of models, one is called the Nighthawk 750 and the other called the CB SevenFifty/RC42. If you go to the Bike Review Section of this forum, you will come across a post about this bike's review by William Tan. Do read it. Alot of information put down. Hope this helps.

 

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I highly suggest DO NOT BUY NEW.

 

This bike are legendary in reliablity and has been in production for a loooong time. If you bike it at $14k. I can assure you the depreciation hit will be extremely hard to swallow.

 

Get a good used for 4 to 5K and be happy. The are many leftovers herded around waiting for buyers.

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Originally posted by gargantua@Sep 8 2005, 05:20 PM

I highly suggest DO NOT BUY NEW.

 

This bike are legendary in reliablity and has been in production for a loooong time. If you bike it at $14k. I can assure you the depreciation hit will be extremely hard to swallow.

 

Get a good used for 4 to 5K and be happy. The are many leftovers herded around waiting for buyers.

I guess you're right. There are alot of 2nd hand ones in the market. You just need to find a good one.

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hi all

 

I have already brought one... :) at Looi. After much bargin, I brought at 13K....

collect bike at this Saturday..

 

Wanted to know the break-in for this bike. According to the shop, first 1000km, change engine oil then sebsequent is 2000km, then 3000km. Is it true? During break-in, what is the ideal speed? anyone can comment.

 

I wont be selling the bike la, so dont really care of the depreciation... Ok la can use it at least six - seven years... Nowadays petrol so high, so do those 1000cc and above bike heard they drink fuel like water.. use this bike as trasportation is good enough...

 

Maybe we can form one team in Singapore...

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Originally posted by luohan@Sep 8 2005, 10:41 PM

hi all

 

I have already brought one... :) at Looi. After much bargin, I brought at 13K....

collect bike at this Saturday..

 

Wanted to know the break-in for this bike. According to the shop, first 1000km, change engine oil then sebsequent is 2000km, then 3000km. Is it true? During break-in, what is the ideal speed? anyone can comment.

 

I wont be selling the bike la, so dont really care of the depreciation... Ok la can use it at least six - seven years... Nowadays petrol so high, so do those 1000cc and above bike heard they drink fuel like water.. use this bike as trasportation is good enough...

 

Maybe we can form one team in Singapore...

Hi Luohan,

 

Congrats bro on your purchase! If you don't mind, if you have a copy of the owners manual, I would like to take a look at it or if possible, photocopy it. I bought mine 2nd hand so it didn't come with the bike. Do PM me if we can meet up.

 

About the break in, first 1000km/80kmh, change oil. Next change will be at 3000km/90kmh, change oil and oil filter. Anyone else, please feel free to comment.

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hi all

 

Yes, the ride is awesome... engine sound is teriffic. I feel like speeding but cannot

as the bike still not break-in yet. Went to JB to pump petrol just now. Wah drink petrol till 17L....

 

I would like to ask how come this bike no fuel gauge? how would I know if the fuel is empty. Can any brother care to share. I know you all will say read the KM. But if someone itch hand go and turn that thing. I seow liao. Then another thing dont have is the Hazard light switch....

 

I guess that why the bike is "old" model. never mind la guess the immigration officer cannot check on me if next time they impose that Spore motor-bike also need 3/4 tank to go in JB.

 

Can anyone know tell me where to install or modifyhead light. I feel light including another one more headlight look like Trimuph rocket III...

 

As for rainman, yes we can meet up and pass you the manuel so you can go photo-copy. My email address is [email protected]. These few weeks I busy as I am on reservist and renovate/swifting house maybe meet at end nov...

Thanks

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Originally posted by luohan@Sep 11 2005, 10:33 PM

hi all

 

Yes, the ride is awesome... engine sound is teriffic. I feel like speeding but cannot

as the bike still not break-in yet. Went to JB to pump petrol just now. Wah drink petrol till 17L....

 

I would like to ask how come this bike no fuel gauge? how would I know if the fuel is empty. Can any brother care to share. I know you all will say read the KM. But if someone itch hand go and turn that thing. I seow liao. Then another thing dont have is the Hazard light switch....

 

I guess that why the bike is "old" model. never mind la guess the immigration officer cannot check on me if next time they impose that Spore motor-bike also need 3/4 tank to go in JB.

 

Can anyone know tell me where to install or modifyhead light. I feel light including another one more headlight look like Trimuph rocket III...

 

As for rainman, yes we can meet up and pass you the manuel so you can go photo-copy. My email address is [email protected]. These few weeks I busy as I am on reservist and renovate/swifting house maybe meet at end nov...

Thanks

Hi Luohan Bro,

 

Ok, for the fuel, from full tank to reserve you should get 340km - 350km. No choice if someone fiddles with the gauge. Anyway, this model of bike seldom attracts itchy fingers unless your bike is painted completely white with rear and side boxes also in white! :smile:

 

Ok, you let me know when you are free and I will come and get the manual from you and get it zapped

 

God Bless and Ride safely!

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Didn't noticed that the CB750 does not have fuel gauge. Anyway the 3/4 tank rule only applies to cars, not bikes.

 

To get an accurate reading, track the odometer rather that the tripmeter, as it cannot be reset!

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Originally posted by dannyelly@Sep 12 2005, 08:03 PM

hi bro... my from full tank and hit reserve is bout 214 mile. all bro there... may i knoe ur meters read in km or mile? while as for my it in mile.

My speedometer reads in KM. I am surprise that yours reads in Miles! Huggable is right, use your odometer to gauge your fuel intake. So far mine shows 340km - 350km from full to reserve.

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Hi Guys

 

I'm riding the 1995 CB750 P. Just got it in Jul actually. It's the US model, engine in silver paint, single disc brake front and drum brake rear, smaller oil radiator, odeometer in both miles/km, rounder fuel tank and slightly different side and rear fairing. Air filter is different also - K&N filter can get from eversucess at $108. Not sure about the rectifier.

 

Upgraded from S4 verS. Love the low end torque. Alas not so much of mid range - but then maybe my ride is old : ) Just about adequate for our highway.

 

My fuel consumption is not as good - abt. 18.5km/ltr. And the bike runs better on v-power - which i go to JB for pump usually early Sunday morning (about 6.30am). Anyone going in same time? The lack of fuel gauge is ok - as i usually refer to the trip meter - most bike fuel gauge are not accurate anyway.

 

It's great to see this post. Maybe we guys can meet up some day, ya?

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