Re: Worth reviving a 1993 Honda CBR900RR that's been sitting for four years?
Been busy with stuff - haven't been out on the bike since. However, I washed it and was trying to see what was wrong with the throttle. One of the throttle cables had broken off. I figured that'd happened. Sadly, in the process I accidentally snapped the other. So---, yeah, gonna have to replace both of those. >_< I can't even find one of them on one of the parts websites I use.
I was also trying to replace the grips and whoever put the last ones on basically ultra-mega-glued them on. No way to remove them completely. Tried a heat gun and razors and everything. It's completely bonded. It'd take a couple hours to remove all the crap just from one. So - I'm gonna see if I can get new tubes while I'm searching for parts.
EDIT: Yeah - a lot of trouble to find these cables. I'm probably going to make my own. Still having trouble finding plastic tube for the non-throttle side. MotionPro sells a generic one for the throttle but don't see the clutch side.
EDIT2: Find it weird that this bike has a sleeve for the clutch grip. I'm not seeing that for many other bikes and in the diagrams for this bike. Not sure why they did that other than ease of slipping on and off grippy/non-grippy grips.
Last edited by TridenTBoy; 09-14-2019 at 8:21 PM.