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  1. xx will 2001 calipers fit a 99 ?

    They're all the same physically.
  2. early ignition rotor into later bike?

    Your link is to your own thread conjecturing about the timing difference. If you could point to some documentation, that would be great. There may very well be a difference in the timing, and Honda decided to decrease engine stress by making the more advanced unit unavailble...but I don't remember any official or quasi-official indication that there was a timing difference. Hmmm...maybe if I looked in the service manual The adjustable pulse rotor produced for the carbed XX also fit the CBR600 F2 and F3, as well as the CBR900. And I think the pulse rotor from an F4i also fit an XX, but I have no documentation.
  3. early ignition rotor into later bike?

    The carbed bikes....97 and 98 here in the US...do NOT have teeth all the way around. FI does. In the fuel injected engines, the knock sensor signals the ECU to retard the timing. There is no sensor that detects what gear the bike is in other than the neutral safety switch. The ECU has no way of knowing what gear the bike is in.
  4. Craigslist find

    "Very small scratches on one side, barely noticeable." Brake lever is bent, bar end missing, right lower cowl rashed and cracked at the top. To be fair, the rash is vertical, not horizontal, so it certainly wasn't at speed, but don't bullshit about it. I'm sure it is barely noticeable from about 50-60 feet. Oh, and you guys are right, a muffler is missing from each side.
  5. early ignition rotor into later bike?

    I got around to rummaging through the pile. PT, the 97 and 09 are carbureted, and the pulse rotor is pictured on the bottom. 99 and later are injected and the pulse rotor from a 2000 is pictured on the top. I cannot for the life of me make this picture load in landscape view. Superimposed, the central teeth and cutout are matched. You can see that the fingers do not line up. All the injected rotors have the same fit. What source do you have that the '01 and newer have 4 degrees less static timing?
  6. NC30 scam?

    Yeah, I replied to that ad while we were at N eXXT.
  7. FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    What do you mean? The mirrors? The covers? The entire pod? There's a lot of different parts there. And it appears you have the grab rail covered.
  8. FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    The indicator housing only that rests in the mirror pod, or the whole assembly?
  9. FS: 2003 Yamaha FJR1300 -- Pennsylvania USA

    The bike is so stupid comfortable. And the adjustable screen makes a big difference. You can set it for just the right smount of wind depending on how you are sitting.
  10. FS: 2003 Yamaha FJR1300 -- Pennsylvania USA

    Of course they are. Thanks, wife.
  11. FS: 2003 Yamaha FJR1300 -- Pennsylvania USA

    No, but that beautiful topcase is!
  12. FS: 2003 Yamaha FJR1300 -- Pennsylvania USA

    Oh, be tempted. Be very tempted.
  13. I really like this bike, and would certainly own another one. But right now, I have my eye on another toy. 2003 Yamaha FJR1300 71,000 some miles and going up because I ride it often. Its nicely appointed with a Rick Maier seat, FZ1 mirrors, wind shields, hand guards, larger screen, moto lights, extra accessory plugs, color matched top box, highway pegs, and recently rebuilt Wilber adjustable rear shock. Plus a few other small extras. Its comfy, reliable, smooth and has loads of midrange torque. I was skeptical about only 5 gears instead of six, thinking it would scream at highway speeds. Never gave it a thought after the first couple of miles. Its an extremely good bike. Yamaha nailed it with this one. I should keep it, but as I said, I have my eye on another toy, and my heart still belongs to Honda even though I occasionally stray, bad boy that I am. Its not like mother Honda cares, or even notices. Butmy XX's have not really friended the outsiders..... $2900 located in Pennsylvania, which is short drive from almost the entire rest of the USA.
  14. FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    NoOne ----- You'll get new brake rotors on ebay for much less than I wish to let these low mileage OEM rotors go for. Cal ---- we spoke. I'm working on it. Fur --- there's no indication of crash on this bike. Jon --- I'm sure I can find something around here. Krypt --- that went on Sunday.,
  15. PC2 Maps needed

    Eric (EVLXX) made several different maps with his sniffer, and had more than a few of them dyno tested. I know that with his fuel mileage map, which I assume is the same one that zero has, I can get over 50 mpg running two-up with just a slight hesitation on acceleration. When you live out in the forsaken wilderness, 25 more miles out of a tank can make a world of difference. If you run with a pack of XX's at less than stupid speeds for very long, the stench of unburnt gas is enough to make your clothes stink
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