Honda cbr900f, 02-07
|Transmission Shift Improvement Kit|
Stage 1 (do first)
The most cost effective solution
Pro Shift Kit
F-Pro EVO Shift STAR,
Does not include clutch cover gasket
or crankshaft cover gasket
Factory Pro's famous Shift STAR - Now for the 919.
Stage 2 - Do after the Pro Shift Kit
Pro's EVO Shift Star
Includes: Factory Pro designed, refined and manufactured DETENT STAR. Makes shifting quicker and more positive - "virtually" eliminating those fork bending, dog rounding missed shifts.Helps with that quick "1-2: shift.
Note - It will be necessary to pull the right side engine cover to 'align the split primary gears on the cb900f.
|Air Filters, Street series|
Factory Pro BMC "Street" Filter
Designed by the same Italian craftsmen that developed Ferrari's F1 Air Filters - this STREET filter filters well, flows about the same as the stock filter and is cleanable. Generally is a stock replacement filter, usually not requiring FI retuning.
Cleanable BMC air filter systems (avail. direct from Factory Pro) for more power - click here for more information.
User feedback - click here
Shift Star Instructions
EVO Star installation CB900F-5 (first draft!)
Well, I changed out my gear star to one of the Factory Pro EVO Star systems.
Here is the kit I received:
Here is the bike as I'm draining the oil:
And these are the bolts to be undone:
Once undone this is what the innards look like:
Remove the 5 bolts and springs:
NOTE the outer friction plate is positioned in the outer slot. Keep together.
This is what the inner/outer look like and now to remove the nut – un-tang the indented bit and use impact driver to undo.
After the nut is removed, we have to remove the
Remove the gear rod and make sure you don't lose that little washer! Note the piece of paper to cover the sump drain.
This is what it looks like inside after the gear change rod is removed –
note the cardboard to stop things from falling into the sump! This is the original gear star cam. Notice how pointy it is.
Now we remove
the cam and roller arm.
Here is what the old and new look like (new on left):
Then fit the new star cam – make sure the little pin fits in the small hole in back of cam – threadlock the m8 x 20 bolt and torque to 17-18lbft:
Essentially you are done!
Just refit the outer clutch as per the manual, inner clutch as per manual, friction and steel plates... but here make sure you see that the outermost plate fits in an alternate grove:
Tighten 5 clutch spring bolts, reassemble the covers with new gaskets if needed and DON'T FORGET to tighten the gear pedal bolt! (I did and lost it on A21!)
comments, corrections, clarifications?
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