Honda building an XX.
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Honda building an XX.
Moved to the Technical Articles forum. Thanks for posting!
Wow, that is a VERY cool PDF... thanks for posting that!!
That was very cool!
Some quality "engrish" in there too. My two faves "Because for not be confused a toilet and a dining room" and ""After equipped a radiator and an oil-cooler, work-persons mount a front-assy".....
One out every 73 seconds. You'd think once every 7300 seconds they could put one in a box marked: "U.S.A."
I was hoping to find the guy that incorrectly routed one of my Birds coolant lines. Caught it just before the hose caffed through. Don't see that often on a Honda.
World riders on motorcycles in future full of much grateful happy Mr Yamanaka chief of designer build in future Blackbird full of 1300cc.
Very informative, indeed. It's great to see what goes into building the world's greatest motorcycle!
The engine is made completly in only 60 to 70 seconds, F.......K it takes me that long to open the garage
Yes that is kind of hard to believe an engine can be assembled that quick.
Here ia a HTML link where you can click to make pictures slightly larger:
"MAT-B michinoku's Homepage - How to make CBR1100XX Super Blackbird
Master???? He could spend a few more seconds on the adjustment imo..Mr.Mochizuki, Who is the master of adjustment of XX's cam-chain. He makes adjustment only a few seconds.
Coooooolll. but the guy who did the translating!!
Brilliant pdf. I know it's not a Honda issue but it is really interesting nonetheless, if you live in the UK try to get a place on a Triumph factory visit. What a great way to pass half a day. ALL their different models are made on the same line it is awesome to watch the cylinder head tools re-align to suit each motor.
1. Remove radiator capHow to build a Fast CBR 1100XX
2. Intall a Hayabusa underneath it.
3. Go faster.
Great little pdf. Thanks. Very informative. Can't help but raise a wry smile at the English translation.