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post #1 of 17 Old 01-11-2020, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hi all.

My name is Magnus and i am from Sweden. Made this autumn comeback on a bike again.
Have before ride a CBR919RR from 96 and a CBR929RR from 00.
Now i bought a CBR954RR from 02 that will be used mostly for Track Days.
Owner before me has put ÷hlins springs in front fork and changed back to complete Nitron shocks.
Other things is Acrapovic exhaust and chrash pucks.
Have only one thing to fix and that is turn signals that not want to work okey.
Waiting for sun to take her out again.
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post #2 of 17 Old 01-11-2020, 3:33 PM
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Hi Magnus and welcome.

I also have a 954. Great bike.

Share the problem of your turn signals and we might be able to diagnose and help.
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Fair chance that if it’s not the flasher relay then the switch will have corroded contact. Can be stripped down and cleaned with fairly basic skills. My 929 suffered the same but right turn only!
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Fair chance that if itís not the flasher relay then the switch will have corroded contact. Can be stripped down and cleaned with fairly basic skills. My 929 suffered the same but right turn only!
I have open switch and made it clean two times. Left works but not right.
I can make right works if i push several times. Maybe change whole switch or try one more time cleaning it and hope for the best.
If it is the relay is it possible to change?
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I have open switch and made it clean two times. Left works but not right.
I can make right works if i push several times. Maybe change whole switch or try one more time cleaning it and hope for the best.
If it is the relay is it possible to change?
Itíll be quicker to change the whole switch, theyíre not expensive used and it just plugs in, easy swap.
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Itíll be quicker to change the whole switch, theyíre not expensive used and it just plugs in, easy swap.
Have looked on Ebay but everything looks crappy sadly.
Do you know if you can order standard from Honda?
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Have looked on Ebay but everything looks crappy sadly.
Do you know if you can order standard from Honda?
Hello Magnus, I was just on David Silver Parts - and it does look to be available: 35020MCJD00
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Hello Magnus, I was just on David Silver Parts - and it does look to be available: 35020MCJD00
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Is it complete like picture below but new?
Do you ship to Sweden?
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Is it complete like picture below but new?
Do you ship to Sweden?
Hello Magnus,

Yes, David Silver supplies new parts, they will identify if something is OEHonda or a Pattern part.

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk

According to this, yes they do ship to Sweden:

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk/Postage-Guide/

I got the part number 35020MCJD00 from here, Part 5, please check this is correct for your bike!!!!:

https://www.fowlersparts.co.uk/parts...tch-cbr900rr23

Then type the number into here ........

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk/...y-part-number/

Good Luck!
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Hello Magnus,

Yes, David Silver supplies new parts, they will identify if something is OEHonda or a Pattern part.

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk

According to this, yes they do ship to Sweden:

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk/Postage-Guide/

I got the part number 35020MCJD00 from here, Part 5, please check this is correct for your bike!!!!:

https://www.fowlersparts.co.uk/parts...tch-cbr900rr23

Then type the number into here ........

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk/...y-part-number/

Good Luck!
Looks totally right. Will make one last check or else i order one from them. Thanks for help
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post #11 of 17 Old 01-15-2020, 8:32 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hello Magnus,

Yes, David Silver supplies new parts, they will identify if something is OEHonda or a Pattern part.

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk

According to this, yes they do ship to Sweden:

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk/Postage-Guide/

I got the part number 35020MCJD00 from here, Part 5, please check this is correct for your bike!!!!:

https://www.fowlersparts.co.uk/parts...tch-cbr900rr23

Then type the number into here ........

https://www.davidsilverspares.co.uk/...y-part-number/

Good Luck!
I have now put in order for this part and a new oil filter at the same time.
Big thanks for help @Duncan893
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What motor oil should you suggest for mostly track days?

Owner before me said he changed for not long ago but still i want to change for myself so i know it is done before spring?

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I have now put in order for this part and a new oil filter at the same time.
Big thanks for help @Duncan893
You are most welcome, Magnus.
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What motor oil should you suggest for mostly track days?

Owner before me said he changed for not long ago but still i want to change for myself so i know it is done before spring?
I have always used Castrol Power1 10w40 4T in my bikes. I ran a 929 as a track bike for about 5 years, annual servicing, 10 track days a year and the engine didn't consume oil (i.e. no visible oil level drop) ...er.... except for the crash at Rockingham where I cracked the engine cover .
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I have always used Castrol Power1 10w40 4T in my bikes. I ran a 929 as a track bike for about 5 years, annual servicing, 10 track days a year and the engine didn't consume oil (i.e. no visible oil level drop) ...er.... except for the crash at Rockingham where I cracked the engine cover .
I looked at that oil and will buy it for this season.
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