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hey guys i just picked up a 95 900rr with a 98 929 motor in it. 75000kms.

needs a right side crank case cover and a front left fork seal.

i looked for a while and found some cheep used ones off 01 929 bikes will these fit my bike? (crank case cover)

as for the fork seal i think i will have to take it in for that as the repair i know nothing about.

has stainless header, yoshi pipe, cf reflectors and thats all i know so far. just picked er up yesterday. runs and rides great. lots of power.







Edit: sorry it is a 900cc 1998 motor check 5 posts or so down for new info.
 

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They did not make a 929 in `98. Check the numbers on your engine first and then start from there in my opinion. But if you have a 929 engine it should fit. :googly:
 

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They did not make a 929 in `98. Check the numbers on your engine first and then start from there in my opinion. But if you have a 929 engine it should fit. :googly:


The 929 engine does not fit the 900RR frames without extensive modification.
 

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hey guys i just picked up a 95 900rr with a 98 929 motor in it. 75000kms.

needs a right side crank case cover and a front left fork seal.

i looked for a while and found some cheep used ones off 01 929 bikes will these fit my bike? (crank case cover)

as for the fork seal i think i will have to take it in for that as the repair i know nothing about.

has stainless header, yoshi pipe, cf reflectors and thats all i know so far. just picked er up yesterday. runs and rides great. lots of power.


'96-'99 are 919cc engines so I think you've misheard.
929 engine covers will not fit the 900RR engine.
The engine number will be SC SC28 for the 893 '92-'95 engines, SC33 for the 919 engines and SC44 for the 929 engine.
 

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Oh man am i glad i checked with you guys b4 ordering parts! Ok buddy that test drove it for me said it was a 929 but i called the guy i baught it off and it is a 900. So now i gues my question is what year bikes can i get that crank case cover off of for a 900 year 98?
 

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I will check the numbers on the motor when i get home where should they be located? Thanks guys... Allready saved me alot of money :D
 

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heres the right cover i need.... hole right through it. so can i get this off a 893 or 919???? and where do i find the engine ### for size buddy asures me 919 but i would like to know for sure. thanks guys
 

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heres the right cover i need.... hole right through it. so can i get this off a 893 or 919???? and where do i find the engine ### for size buddy asures me 919 but i would like to know for sure. thanks guys


That's just an aesthetic cover.
Fits all 919cc engines '96-'99.
Honda OEM Parts: COVER, CENTER - Cheap Cycle Parts
The 893cc engines don't have it.
The CB919F Hornet has the same cover but a different part number so you may be able to use one of those as well.
OEM Parts Honda 919 (CB900F) 2003 RIGHT CRANKCASE COVER - Cheap Cycle Parts
As I said, the engine number is SC28 for the 893cc engines and SC33 for the 919cc engines. The Hornet engines are different but I can't recall right now what their code is.
The engine number is stamped into a block above the clutch cover. The capacity is cast into the water jacket on the right side I think.
 

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Thanks very much i will check when im home. I saw the oil fill above it and was concerned but i figured it was suposed to be dry in there. Just goter insured today cant wait to ride it
 

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Fork seals are pretty easy to do. I wouldn't be intimidated by that. Just do some research. Also...there are some tricks to checking your fork seals with film or feeler gauges in case you have crud stuck in there. You might not need one after all.

Make your own one of these with some 35mm film.
 

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heres the right cover i need.... hole right through it. so can i get this off a 893 or 919???? and where do i find the engine ### for size buddy asures me 919 but i would like to know for sure. thanks guys
mine had a similar hole, i had it ali welded then linished it back, polished it with some 500 grit wet n dry, then sprayed it from a rattle can.

nobody has noticed it so must be ok, all in all, it cost me £10, using a can of paint i had lying around in my shed, all the cash went to the dude who did the welding
 

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mine had a similar hole, i had it ali welded then linished it back, polished it with some 500 grit wet n dry, then sprayed it from a rattle can.

nobody has noticed it so must be ok, all in all, it cost me £10, using a can of paint i had lying around in my shed, all the cash went to the dude who did the welding

Isn't the cover plastic though?
 

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Cant believe i´m typing this,as i do lots of alloy welding,but yeah... For the average Joe,since this is an esthetic cover only,i guess JB would work as well and it´d be a lot easier for the average Joe to finish.
No real need to TIG weld that.

My engine is a 893 and as BR puts it lack this cover. Instead the entire cover for the clutch is one large cast piece. On the inside,just as for the 919 one,theres a myriad of strengthening ribs-and the 919 cover´s got them on the outside too,underneath that piece for estethics only.
Guess Honda thought there was to much flex in the unit of the 893s?
 
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