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94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

Hi all, I dropped my 1994 CBR900RR off of a trailer that I was unloading from. I tried searching this site for help, but did not find what I am asking. Damage was severe to the stay bracket, which also ripped the mirror from the windscreen and cowl fairing. I cannot find the upper stay bracket anywhere. Honda part # 64502-MAE-000...not online, not on Ebay...nowhere. Does anyone know where one would be available?


Alternatively, has anyone deleted the fairing mirrors and used bar mirrors to take the weight off of the cowl fairing and windscreen? OR has anyone mounted the mirrors to a custom bracket, or used lighter mirrors without the OEM stay bracket.


I am just not sure of options at this time. I have worse issues being the tank dented as well other things. For now I am trying to at least think of a custom bracket that can hold the mirrors in place on a new windscreen without the cage. Any ideas? Thanks.
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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

Some information in this thread might help you:

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/ge...ring-stay.html

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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

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Some information in this thread might help you:

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/ge...ring-stay.html
Thanks, but yes I saw that post. It does not help. I need the fairing stay for the mirrors which is not the same as the 98'-99', nor can I find a 95'.


My dilemma is if I cannot find one, then I need to figure out if there is any way to secure the mirrors differently using another simple bracket? Or can I blank out the fairing mounted mirrors and go with bar mounted mirrors? I have no idea. I am awaiting a new windscreen and several other parts to arrive.
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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

I have been looking for months now and still nothing yet.


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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

Is there no way it can be repaired?

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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

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Is there no way it can be repaired?
I guess anything can be repaired, but the cost to repair a twisted cage of tube to make it perfectly symmetrical would not makes much sense in my case; cost-wise.

I would figure someone would have had the same problem and a solution for a flat bracket that is sturdy, but I am guessing not. I have no idea how to mount the mirrors without a solution. I am going to have to have someone make a bracket and jus try it and see if the mirrors do not rip off the new windscreen and fairing again. Unless I find a used one on ebay or something, that is the only option I have going.
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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

They are like hens teeth, they never come up used on eBay. I tried to get hold of a used one for my ‘94 as it was bent, I managed to manhandle it back in to shape but it was never quite right.

I’ve come to the conclusion that the most economical way to restore an early Fireblade is to buy a donor bike, you can usually make one good bike out of two hounds.
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. . . Iíve come to the conclusion that the most economical way to restore an early Fireblade is to buy a donor bike, you can usually make one good bike out of two hounds.
Forever thinking outside the square, I'll take that on board for my next matrimonial pursuits.

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They are like hens teeth, they never come up used on eBay. I tried to get hold of a used one for my Ď94 as it was bent, I managed to manhandle it back in to shape but it was never quite right.

Iíve come to the conclusion that the most economical way to restore an early Fireblade is to buy a donor bike, you can usually make one good bike out of two hounds.


HAHA Noted. Mine is quite mangled, but maybe I can hand it off to someone to try and get it at least operational...just not sure
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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

Where are you located? UK or US? There is a guy here who deleted his mirror stay bracket and made supports that run alongside the upper fairing kind of like a 929 or 954 would. He did it on a 98, but same principle would apply to you, if you want to get that creative. I got an aftermarket one for my 99, but as you've said, the SC28 version is unobtanium at the moment.

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/ho...e-my-take.html

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Where are you located? UK or US? There is a guy here who deleted his mirror stay bracket and made supports that run alongside the upper fairing kind of like a 929 or 954 would. He did it on a 98, but same principle would apply to you, if you want to get that creative. I got an aftermarket one for my 99, but as you've said, the SC28 version is unobtanium at the moment.

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/ho...e-my-take.html
I am in the US. I will check that post out. Thanks.
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Re: 94' 900RR Stay Bracket Replacement

Not sure if this will help, but try looking here.

https://www.motorcyclespareparts.eu/...-33-upper-cowl
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