3rd generation rider
Thanx weasel.Weasel said:Looking good!
I have a Haynes manual which does show some images of the component parts which is some help Dually. I took a few images of another CBX which is also useful....and I'm figuring it out as well ;Ddualero said:Workshop manual?
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I don't have one or access to a fische, but do know what you mean, very useful. I'm slowly figuring it out.Maritime said:Sometimes the parts fiche show the order of bits as well. Nice work it's really coming along.
Thank you C&C, very kind of you, but I actually took some snaps of a CBX at the bike jumble (swap meet) I was at recently, certainly helped with the footorest/Prolink area haha, should've done it before tearing it apart....doh!.CarbsAndCylinders said:Do you still need advice on reassembly? I can take a look at my stock Canadian CBX550 and take pics, if that helps.
Well, taking a good look in daylight does reveal classic rattlecan 'stripes'...so buying yet another can, but replacing the nozzle with another type that allows a vertical/horizontal fan spray which should spread the paint more evenly I hope? It's coming along and the more coats the better to work it/polish it so I'm still hopeful of a decent enough finish in the end.Northish said:I'll be interested to see how the tank turns out as I will be going the "draughty workshop with a rattle can" route as well. Tank looks good to me so far! And the whole bike overall