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Hi all, used to be a proud owner of ver s and spec 2 years ago and now again owning a revo (collecting tmr).....

 

I am looking for auto lube system for chain and sprocs.. Anyone knows who is still doing it?

Used to have it on my spec 2, chains lasted so much longer with this simple mod..

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Hi all, used to be a proud owner of ver s and spec 2 years ago and now again owning a revo (collecting tmr).....

 

I am looking for auto lube system for chain and sprocs.. Anyone knows who is still doing it?

Used to have it on my spec 2, chains lasted so much longer with this simple mod..

 

u can get scottoiler from motoworld.

tutoro oiler im not sure can get from where...

Class 2B - 26/03/2009

Class 2A - 01/06/2010

Class 3 - 10/07/2009

 

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1) Honda TA150 - 20/04/2009 to 31/08/2014

2) Honda CB400 Ver S - 12/07/2014 to ???

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Hi all, used to be a proud owner of ver s and spec 2 years ago and now again owning a revo (collecting tmr).....

 

I am looking for auto lube system for chain and sprocs.. Anyone knows who is still doing it?

Used to have it on my spec 2, chains lasted so much longer with this simple mod..

 

Just done it over the weekend at unique motorsports, S$185 including installation.

So far so good.

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Hi fellas, I am currently riding a Honda CB400SF Hyper VTEC Revo 2008 Model. I am wondering if there are any place where I can replace my seat and tail cowl to a cafe-racer type? Appreciate it a lot if it doesn't involve any welding or cutting of the frame. I have heard of some fabricators but I am unsure if they are able to do it. Any tips or guide?

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Hi guys. Riding a spec3 here. I was encountering popping and once in a blue moon backfiring. Usually happens after engine is warm and idle at traffic light then it will pop/backfire as i change gear/close throttle. Doesnt happen again until i sit at traffic light again and moving off. If not idling much it usually wont occur. Any idea guys?

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Hi guys. Riding a spec3 here. I was encountering popping and once in a blue moon backfiring. Usually happens after engine is warm and idle at traffic light then it will pop/backfire as i change gear/close throttle. Doesnt happen again until i sit at traffic light again and moving off. If not idling much it usually wont occur. Any idea guys?

 

1st check engine timing, a spark at the wrong time can cause this. 2nd clean carburettors.

Honda CB400ABS Revo 2012

Honda CB400F 1976

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Hi Bros im riding a 2010 cb400 revo and i'm experiencing problems with the TPS. Went down to bikeshop to have it replace. 2 weeks after using i tried to accelerate hard to kick in the vtec but engine unable to detect my full throttle, therefore leaving the bike unresponsive. Any revo-ians can share ur experience or solution? Thanks in advance.

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Hi Bros im riding a 2010 cb400 revo and i'm experiencing problems with the TPS. Went down to bikeshop to have it replace. 2 weeks after using i tried to accelerate hard to kick in the vtec but engine unable to detect my full throttle, therefore leaving the bike unresponsive. Any revo-ians can share ur experience or solution? Thanks in advance.

 

They may have forgotten to reconnect the VTEC solenoid, look under the tank or take it back to the workshop

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Honda CB400F 1976

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They may have forgotten to reconnect the VTEC solenoid, look under the tank or take it back to the workshop

 

Hi Bro, thanks for the heads up. Anyways i've sent the bike to an equally reputable motorcycle shop like racewerks or Team HKL. They were professional to diagnose the problem. Tried to full throttle but bike refused to increase rpm with the throttle. Instead the engine died on me. I asked the mechanic if it was the throttle body as i was determined to spend around $1500 to replace the whole throttle body if it's really the root cause. But he was rather wise to tell me he needed to strip the fuel tank to troubleshoot starting from the fuel pump down to throttle body to determine where was the problem. Throttle positioning sensor was not the case anymore since it was just changed recently. So he went with the SOP to remove the seat and the fuel tank. Once he disconnect the fuel tank plugs from the body, the fuel immediately gushed out from the fuel tank. And apparently he told me this was not normal. Haiz.. So it was my fuel pump that's faulty. He took the pressure testing kit and did the test and indeed it was my fuel pump. Pressure did not go up when he switch on the bike. Started the ignition also not much pressure. Damn it so confirm it was the fuel pump that was playing punk.

So to summarize i changed the fuel pump $630

Service throttle body $80

Took my original throttle positioning sensor as advised to the mechanic and plugged it back. Everything was back normal.

So in the end, a lesson to learn. Make sure u approach the correct bikeshop. Some bike shops simply diagnosed it as faulty TPS without doing proper test.

To those bros who think you might have problem with the TPS, read the above first and consider a doing proper checks first as i've wasted $180 on a replica TPS from Un**** M S

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Thanks for sharing your experience bro,I am currently riding a 600cc EFI bike,sorry if my post is not directly linked to Cb400 revo.I would like to share my limited experience and knowledge in my 15 months of riding the bike.In EFI bikes,very seldom will the fuel injector and throttle body need to be changed,they are meant to last.On many occasions,it is the fuel pump issue which is due to rust in the fuel tank,the rust will eventually ruin the fuel pump.Next will be timing chain and tensioner as due to not taking care of the EO,a top overhaul will be done.In my case its not the TPS issue but the throttle body which had became dirty that caused my bike to die when clutch in and when in neutral gear.Hope you guys will find this useful.

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Thanks for sharing your experience bro,I am currently riding a 600cc EFI bike,sorry if my post is not directly linked to Cb400 revo.I would like to share my limited experience and knowledge in my 15 months of riding the bike.In EFI bikes,very seldom will the fuel injector and throttle body need to be changed,they are meant to last.On many occasions,it is the fuel pump issue which is due to rust in the fuel tank,the rust will eventually ruin the fuel pump.Next will be timing chain and tensioner as due to not taking care of the EO,a top overhaul will be done.In my case its not the TPS issue but the throttle body which had became dirty that caused my bike to die when clutch in and when in neutral gear.Hope you guys will find this useful.

 

I second that. So often people seek help and then don't follow up, it really makes it all more worthwhile.

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Honda CB400F 1976

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Thank you, very positive response.

Contemplating cb400x or the newer revo. Hence the need to ask around.

 

You'll get more kilometers per litre from the 400x, but I prefer the s4 engine for its sound and smooth power

Honda CB400ABS Revo 2012

Honda CB400F 1976

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Hi guys, am new to s4. Riding a spec2. Just wanna ask if anyone encounter before after 1st fail start battery will drop and nvr go up back? When ignition on my volt meter reading is 12.3v. Normally if nvr fail bike will start as per norm. Reading will be between 13v-14v during ride. But yesterday when i fail to start for the 1st time, reading will go down to 10.8v and then i cant crank anymore. Takes a long time before it increase to 12v. Anyone know whats wrong? Any inputs will be much apprectiated. Thanks in advance guys.

 

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