04/29/12 at 2:41 am #3156
fullmetalf4iRegistered MemberTraining WheelsPoints: 125
Im curtis from Ocala/gainesville florida.
Heard about this forum/social network from 600rr.net so figured I’d check it out and broaden the base of info available on the cbrs.
I have 2 cbr600s at the moment.
05 F4i that i bought off the showroom floor in 05, now has 100k+ miles on her. She’s the everyday steed.
picked up an 05 600RR this winter to campaign the 2012 WERA Southeast/North Florida season with. Its closer to stock than sbk but I felt it did alright at Roebling.
Hope to meet some new folks and find some more info on here04/29/12 at 2:45 am #3158
htownRegistered MemberRideCBR RegularPoints: 3,626
Dude join the south florida group and we can start planning get togethers….plus post some pics of both04/29/12 at 2:46 am #3160
Hahaha. Welcome to our awesome site hope to have some fun conversations with you.04/29/12 at 3:15 am #3165
Welcome to RideCBR. Message me if you need anything.04/29/12 at 3:18 am #3166
Welcome! you meant 1k not 100k right? I think the highest mileage i saw on a bike was probably 50k and thats A LOT!04/29/12 at 3:22 am #3168
I rode with a guy that did 3 iron man rides and a bunch of cross country trips. He’s retired but owned a F4i that had 121,000 miles on it. When he said it I didn’t believe it, but he had maintenance records from honda every 5k miles. Insane!04/29/12 at 3:24 am #3170
I have seen a Honda cbr600rr with 200k miles on it. Mine has 32k just shows how much I love riding. If you can take care of your bike the bike will take care of you.04/29/12 at 3:30 am #3173
oh wow! man that is crazy. @admin and @baca did these bikes have mostly stock parts or many changed out parts already?04/29/12 at 3:37 am #3176
The guy I knew had 100% stock parts. Changed all fluids regularly along with air filter as well as tires and nothing else broke or had to be replaced. Gotta love Honda.04/29/12 at 3:40 am #3177
Stock engine but regular change out of mandatory parts like chain, sprocket, Lube, filter…..ect everything that you would do normaly. Its just like a car you take care of it and it could potentially last forever. I know that sooner or later I will change out the insides of the engine but that’s just because I want to not because i have too. Even though I will change out the insides the new inside practicly make it a completely new engine but the old mileage on the bike will stick with you on the bike forever unless you get a gauge with 0 miles.04/29/12 at 4:35 am #3185
cbrman50Registered MemberTraining WheelsPoints: 62
Welcome bro04/29/12 at 5:48 am #3208
ya but it’ll show on the title.. well im amazed.. i know for sure ill never hold on to a bike for that long… im a car and bike whore… cant stay with one for too long lol.04/29/12 at 12:49 pm #3219
Hmmm. Never had that done for a car and I’ve done a couple engines, maybe its different for bikes I haven’t done a bike yet so idk.
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