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hello dear bikers,

 

i am one of the revo super4 owner for 3years. I like to ask experienced riders bike maintenance. is it necessary to do brake bleeding and fork oil change for servicing? Except for these two things, I have done regular service since my purchase. looking forward to someone answer my question. thanks

 

Brake fluid absorbs moisture from the atmosphere, change for safety every 18,000km's or 18 months (whichever comes first). Fork oil isn't mentioned in Hondas schedule, I would change that every 36,000 km's

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Hi bro. Just bought 4yr old honda cb400 revo. Bought a new batt TYZ10s but volt meter indicate 11.5v. when starting. when start moving off volt meter increase to 12 to 12.2v. stop at traffic light volt meter indicate batt decrease to 11.3v.

Please advise. Thanks

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Hi bro. Just bought 4yr old honda cb400 revo. Bought a new batt TYZ10s but volt meter indicate 11.5v. when starting. when start moving off volt meter increase to 12 to 12.2v. stop at traffic light volt meter indicate batt decrease to 11.3v.

Please advise. Thanks

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Hi bro. Just bought 4yr old honda cb400 revo. Bought a new batt TYZ10s but volt meter indicate 11.5v. when starting. when start moving off volt meter increase to 12 to 12.2v. stop at traffic light volt meter indicate batt decrease to 11.3v.

Please advise. Thanks

 

First - did you fully charge the new battery before installing it? if so:-

 

Check for loose, shorting or corroded connections around the rectifier/regulator. Usually it is the rectifier/regulator, a common weakness on the Revo. When engine is running you should have around 14-15V to keep the battery fully charged.

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Hi all,

 

Can anyone tell me how to change the Air Filter on 2011 CB400ABS?

Bought a new K&N filter but not sure how to install it.

 

Remove fuel tank - release pressure 1st. One bolt at the rear lift and remove 2 breather pipes - very tight for space under there.

Pull and release the rubber cap from the fuel pipe retainer. Hold the fuel connector with one hand and squeeze the retainer tabs with the other hand to release them from the locking pawls. Pull the fuel connector off

 

Pull fuel tank backwards off the two front mounting lugs. Now you will have access to the air cleaner, it is held in by 3 philips headed screws. When replacing tank fuel pipe make sure it is securely in place as it is under pressure and could spray fuel all over a hot engine - NOT a good idea.

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Hi Guys,

 

I am having issues after washing the bike. After washing if i ride for few kilometers (3km), then the throttle no response (bogging), RPM below 1000 on idle. But if i leave the bike for over night & next day it will be fine. What u think is the problem? No mechanic can identify this problem!

 

Moisture in TPS sensor?

Water goes in to Fuel Injector?

Wr can i get TPS sensor alone without throttle body?

How much to replace Auto choke sensor?

 

Many Thanks in Advance.

 

Model: CB400 Revo 2008.

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Hi Guys,

 

I am having issues after washing the bike. After washing if i ride for few kilometers (3km), then the throttle no response (bogging), RPM below 1000 on idle. But if i leave the bike for over night & next day it will be fine. What u think is the problem? No mechanic can identify this problem!

 

Moisture in TPS sensor?

Water goes in to Fuel Injector?

Wr can i get TPS sensor alone without throttle body?

How much to replace Auto choke sensor?

 

Many Thanks in Advance.

 

Model: CB400 Revo 2008.

 

You need to narrow down the search area. Try spraying water onto just the areas you suspect one by one. It does sound electrical, maybe one of the cylinders is misfiring? older Hondas never did like water on the spark plug HT leads from coils to plugs. Replacing parts at random will get VERY expensive!!!

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Where are you tapping the current to measure? From the battery or from an existing circuit?

 

 

Hi bro. Just bought 4yr old honda cb400 revo. Bought a new batt TYZ10s but volt meter indicate 11.5v. when starting. when start moving off volt meter increase to 12 to 12.2v. stop at traffic light volt meter indicate batt decrease to 11.3v.

Please advise. Thanks

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Thanks for e advises. Batt flat last 2 wks. Send bike to bike shop n they did a check n found the coil was e problem.

Bikeworkz change e coil n solve e problems. Now when i start motor e volt meter shows 12.5v After moving off volts goin up til 14v

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Anyone know whether there are new S4 Revo in the market?

I have been out of the biking world since my 2007 R1 was sold 6years ago.

Want to buy a new super 4 to transfer over my number plate which I have been keeping on an X1R until now.

X1R for sale: Fully stock Oct 2010 mileage 20k $6.5k

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