ТОП 10:

Radial: 2.0 mm (0.08 in) or less Axial: 2.0 mm (0.08 in) or less



 

Tighten the spokes in 2 or 3 progressive steps.

 

TOOL:

 

Spoke wrench, 5.8 x 6.1 mm 07701-0020300

 

TORQUE: 3.7 N·m (0.4 kgf·m, 2.7 lbf·ft)


 

[1]

 

[2]


 

SHOCK ABSORBER

 

REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

 

Raise the rear wheel off the ground by placing a work stand or box under the frame.

 

Remove the sub-frame (page 2-12).

 

Remove the upper mounting nut [1] and bolt [2]. Remove the lower mounting nut [3], bolt [4] and shock absorber [5].

 

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

 

TORQUE:

 

Shock absorber upper mounting nut: 54 N·m (5.5 kgf·m, 40 lbf·ft)

 

Shock absorber lower mounting nut: 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 32 lbf·ft)


 

 

[1]/[2]

 

[5]   [3]/[4]

 

INSPECTION

 

Inspect the following parts for damage, abnormal wear, deformation, oil leakage or bend.

 

– Damper rod

– Damper unit

– Bushing

 

If the shock absorber is replaced, refer to shock absorber disposal procedure (page 17-7).


 

17-6


REAR WHEEL/SUSPENSION


 

SHOCK ABSORBER DISPOSAL PROCEDURE

 

Center punch the damper case to mark the drilling point as shown.

Wrap the shock absorber [1] inside a plastic bag. Support the shock absorber upright in a vise as shown. Through the open end of the bag, insert a hand drill with a sharp 3 mm drill bit.

• Point the drill hole away from you to prevent debris getting in your eyes.

 

Hold the bag around the hand drill and briefly run it inside the bag; this will inflate the bag with air from the motor and help keep the bag from getting caught in the bit when you start.

 

Drill into the shock absorber at the center punch mark to purge the nitrogen gas.

 

Once all the nitrogen gas has been purged from the shock absorber and it is no longer under pressure, the item can be disposed of.

 

SHOCK LINKAGE

 

REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

 

Raise the rear wheel off the ground by placing a work stand or box under the frame and support the swingarm.

 

Remove the rear brake pedal return spring [1].

 

Remove the following:

 

– Shock absorber lower mounting nut/bolt [1]

– Shock link-to-shock arm nut/bolt/washer [2]

– Shock arm-to-swingarm nut/bolt/washer [3]

– Shock arm [4]

– Shock link-to-frame nut/bolt [5]

– Shock link [6]

 

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

 

• Apply engine oil to the shock arm-to-swingarm nut threads.

• Before tightening the nuts to the specified torque, install all the nuts, bolts and washers.

 

TORQUE:

 

Shock link-to-frame nut:

 

44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 32 lbf·ft) Shock arm-to-swingarm nut:

 

74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 55 lbf·ft) Shock link-to-shock arm nut:

 

44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 32 lbf·ft)

 

Shock absorber lower mounting nut: 44 N·m (4.5 kgf·m, 32 lbf·ft)


 

 

[1]

 

 

[1]

 

         
    [3]    
[1]      
       
       

 

[5]   [6]          
    [4]  
[2]  
         
               

 

17-7


REAR WHEEL/SUSPENSION

DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

 

Disassemble and assemble the shock linkage as following illustration.

 

• Install the swingarm side shock arm dust seals to the specified depth.

 

• Install other dust seals until they are fully seated on the bearings.

 

  0.8 – 1.2 mm (0.03 – 0.05 in)                            
      NEEDLE BEARING           0.8 – 1.2 mm (0.03 – 0.05 in)    
                               
    DUST SEAL       (20 X 26 X 20)                    
                         
                   
    (20 X 26 X 4.5)                            
                  DUST   SEAL        
                       
                                   
                                   
                                   
                             
                          (20 X 26 X 4.5)        
                                 
                                 
                                       
                                       
                                       

 

COLLAR (SWING NEEDLE BEARING ARM SIDE)

 

(17 X 24 X 17)

 

                                     
SHOCK LINK COLLAR                            
          SHOCK ARM              
                  DUST SEAL    
               
                 
             
                              (17 X 24 X 5)    
  DUST SEAL                        
                     
          DUST SEAL            
                     
                     
                     
  (17 X 24 X 5)                    
                   
                  (17 X 24 X 5)            
                             

 

NEEDLE BEARING (17 X 24 X 25)


 

NEEDLE BEARING (17 X 24 X 25)


 

            COLLAR (SHOCK  
    COLLAR (SHOCK        
SHOCK LINK         LINK SIDE)  
    ABSORBER SIDE)          
     
               

 

INSPECTION

 

Inspect the following parts for damage, abnormal wear, deformation or crack.

 

– Collars

– Shock arm

– Needle bearings

– Shock link

 

BEARING REPLACEMENT

 

SHOCK ARM

 

Press the shock absorber and shock link side needle bearings [1] out of the shock arm using the special tool.

 

TOOLS:

 

Shock link and shock absorber side:

 

[2] Driver 07949-3710001
[3] Attachment, 22 × 24 mm 07746-0010800
[4] Pilot 17 mm 07746-0040400
[5] Fork seal driver attachment, 07746-0010300
27.2 mm  

 

 

SHOCK ABSORBER/ SHOCK LINK SIDE

 

 

[1]


 

[2]

 

 

[3]/[4]


 

 

[5]


 

17-8


REAR WHEEL/SUSPENSION


 

Press the swingarm side needle bearings [1] out of the shock arm using the special tool.

 

TOOLS:  
Swingarm side:  
[2] Driver 07949-3710001
[3] Attachment, 24 × 26 mm 07746-0010700
[4] Pilot, 20 mm 07746-0040500
[5] Fork seal driver attachment, 07746-0010300
27.2 mm  

 

SWINGARM SIDE

[2]

 

[1] [3]/[4]  
   

 

[5]


 

Apply grease to the needle rollers of new bearings [1].

 

Press in the bearing Carefully press each needle bearing in the pivot until with the marked the depth from the arm outer surface is 5.8 – 6.2 mm

 

side facing up. (0.23 – 0.24 in).

 

TOOLS:

Shock Link and Shock Absorber side:


 

 

SHOCK ABSORBER/ SHOCK LINK SIDE

[2]


 

 

5.8 – 6.2 mm

 

(0.23 – 0.24 in)


 

[2] Driver 07749-0010000
[3] Attachment, 22 x 24 mm 07746-0010800
[4] Pilot, 17 mm 07746-0040400

[5] Fork seal driver attachment, 07746-0010300 27.2 mm

 

 

Apply grease to the needle rollers of new bearings [1].

 

Press in the bearing Carefully press each needle bearing in the pivot until with the marked the depth from the arm outer surface is 8.8 – 9.2 mm

 

side facing up. (0.35 – 0.36 in).

 

TOOLS:  
Swingarm side:  
[2] Driver 07749-0010000
[3] Attachment, 24 x 26 mm 07746-0010700
[4] Pilot, 20 mm 07746-0040500

[5] Fork seal driver attachment, 07746-0010300 27.2 mm

 

 

SHOCK LINK

 

Remove the needle bearing [1] from the shock link using the special tools.

 

TOOLS:  
[2] Bearing remover, 17 mm 07936-3710300
[3] Remover weight 07741-0010201
Remover handle 07936-3710100


  [1]  
[3]/[4]  

 

 

[1]

 

[5]

SWINGARM SIDE

 

8.8 – 9.2 mm

 

(0.35 – 0.36 in)

 

[2]

 

[1]

 

[3]/[4]

 

 

    [1]  
[5]    
       

 

[1]

 

[2]

 

[3]


 

17-9


REAR WHEEL/SUSPENSION


 

Apply grease to the needle rollers of new bearings.

 

Press in the bearing Carefully press the needle bearing in the pivot until the with the marked depth from the link outer surface is 5.8 – 6.2 mm (0.23 –

 

side facing up. 0.24 in).

 

TOOLS:  
[2] Driver 07749-0010000
[3] Attachment, 22 x 24 mm 07746-0010800
[4] Pilot, 17 mm 07746-0040400

 

5.8 – 6.2 mm

(0.23 – 0.24 in)

 

 

[2] [3]/[4]

 

[1]

 

[1] 5.8 – 6.2 mm

 

(0.23 – 0.24 in)


 

 

SWINGARM

 

REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

 

Remove the following:

 

– Rear wheel (page 17-4)

– Drive chain guide (page 17-12)

 

Remove the shock arm-to-swingarm nut [1], washer [2] and bolt [3].

 

Remove the screws [1] and brake hose guides [2].


 

[1] [3]  
   

 

 

[2]

 

[1]


 

 

[2]

 

Remove the bolts [1] and drive chain case [2]. [2]  
   

 

 

[1]


 

17-10


REAR WHEEL/SUSPENSION


 

Remove the swingarm pivot nut [1].

[1]

Remove the swingarm pivot bolt [2], then remove the swingarm from the frame.

 

Remove the swingarm dust seal caps [1].

 

Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

 

• Apply thin coat of grease to the pivot bolt outer surface.

• Apply grease to the dust seal cap lips and fill the gap between the caps, collar and needle bearings with grease.

 

• Align the drive chain case slot with the swingarm hook.

 

• Apply engine oil to the threads of shock arm-to-swingarm nut.

 

TORQUE:

 

Swingarm pivot nut:

 

88 N·m (9.0 kgf·m, 65 lbf·ft) Shock arm-to-swingarm nut:

 

74 N·m (7.5 kgf·m, 55 lbf·ft)

 

Rear brake hose guide mounting screw: 1.2 N·m (0.1 kgf·m, 0.9 lbf·ft)


 

 

[2]

 

 

[1]


 

DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

 

Disassemble and assemble the swingarm as following illustration.

 

• Apply Honda Bond A or equivalent to the swingarm rubber cap mating surface with swingarm.

CHAIN CASE STAY

 

SCREW

 

4.2 N·m (0.4 kgf·m, 3.1 lbf·ft)

 

SWINGARM RUBBER CAPS

 

 

CHAIN SLIDER

 

COLLAR

 

NEEDLE BEARINGS

 

DUST SEALS

 

                 
      SWINGARM        
      SCREWS    
                 
          4.2 N·m (0.4 kgf·m, 3.1 lbf·ft)  
           
           


 

17-11


REAR WHEEL/SUSPENSION

BEARING REPLACEMENT


 

Remove the pivot bearings [1] and dust seals [2] using the special tool.

 

TOOLS:  
[3] Bearing remover, 20 mm 07936-3710600
[4] Remover weight 07741-0010201
Remover handle 07936-3710100

 

 

Apply grease to the needle rollers of new bearings [1] and new dust seal [2] lips.

 

Install the dust seals to the specified depth with the marked side facing in.

 

Press the needle bearings to the specified depth with the marked side facing up, using the special tools.

 

TOOLS:  
[3] Driver 07949-3710001
[4] Attachment, 24 × 26 mm 07746-0010700
[5] Pilot 20 mm 07746-0040500
[6] Fork seal driver attachment, 07747-0010400
20 mm  

 

 

[2]

 

[1]

 

[3]

 

[4]

[3]

 

[1]

 

[4]/[5]

 

[2]

 

            [6]      
                 
Left side:   Right side:            
  32.0 – 32.5 mm  
27.0 – 27.5 mm  
      (1.06 – 1.08 in)   (1.26 – 1.28 in)  
                   
  [1]                  
                     
          [1]    

 

    [2]          
7.0 – 7.5 mm   [2]      
             
           
        12.0 – 12.5 mm  
(0.28 – 0.30 in)          
            (0.47 – 0.49 in)  
               

 

 

DRIVE CHAIN GUIDE

 

REMOVAL/INSTALLATION

 

Remove the two nuts [1], screws [2] and chain slider guide [3].

 

Remove the bolts [4] and drive chain guide [5]. Installation is in the reverse order of removal.

 

• Replace the chain guide mounting bolts with new ones.

 

TORQUE:

 

Chain guide mounting bolt: 10 N·m (1.0 kgf·m, 7 lbf·ft)

 

Chain slider guide mounting nut: 2.5 N·m (0.3 kgf·m, 1.8 lbf·ft)


 

        [4]      
[5]      
        [1]  
             
       
               

 

[3]   [2]

 

 

17-12


BRAKE SYSTEM

 

 

SERVICE INFORMATION···························18-2 FRONT MASTER CYLINDER·····················18-7  
TROUBLESHOOTING·································18-2 REAR MASTER CYLINDER ·······················18-8  
COMPONENT LOCATION··························18-3 FRONT BRAKE CALIPER························18-10  
BRAKE FLUID REPLACEMENT/ REAR BRAKE CALIPER ··························18-11  
AIR BLEEDING ···········································18-4    
BRAKE PAD/DISC ······································18-5 BRAKE PEDAL·········································18-12  
   

 


 

18-1


BRAKE SYSTEM

SERVICE INFORMATION

 

GENERAL

 

Frequent inhalation of brake pad dust, regardless of material composition, could be hazardous to your health.

• Avoid breathing dust particles.

• Never use an air hose or brush to clean brake assemblies. Use an OSHA-approved vacuum cleaner.

 

 

Spilled brake fluid will severely damage the plastic parts and painted surfaces. It is also harmful to some rubber parts. Be careful whenever you remove the reservoir cap; make sure the master cylinder reservoir is horizontal first.

 

• A contaminated brake disc or pad reduces stopping power. Discard contaminated pads and clean a contaminated disc with a high quality brake degreasing agent.

• Always use fresh DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid from a sealed container when servicing the system. Do not mix different types of fluid as they may not be compatible.

 

• Never allow contaminants (dirt, water, etc.) to enter an open reservoir.

• Once the hydraulic system has been opened, or if the brake feels spongy, the system must be bled.

• Always check brake operation before riding the motorcycle.

 

TROUBLESHOOTING

 







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