MaicoMaico

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About MaicoMaico

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  1. Truth*
  2. You speak the solid true bro! I appreciate your contributions
  3. Thank you guys for replying to my post! It never ceases to amaze me with number of awesome people on this site! Peace:)
  4. Master210, yes that is the bike he has!
  5. Hey i know this is probably not the proper forum for the bike i am going to ask about, but you guys are great in this section and have always helped me with my XL. I couldn't find a better place to post as of yet... Any how, a good friend on my has a Honda CM450e, having trouble locating info on his bike. Are any of you familiar with this rare bike? Just a few basic questions or a tip on where to post would be great. He is a new member here (Hcb750ss), i really want to help him. He has questions regarding adding an H.I.D head light and also where to find a solenoid or a compatible one at the very least. We have searched the net to no avail. Any assistance would be fantastic! Thank you, Chris
  6. Original condition 1985 XL600R
  7. Thanks BWBOmber, I ordered manual choke like you suggested. $9.07 with free shipping
  8. Hey guys! Thanks for the info and helping me. Ill look around as you suggest. I should have been more clear, as I'm not just need the nut. The thread the nut screws on to broke off with the nut. I am needed the whole sleeve or piece with the treading the nut attaches to. It appears that the Florida humidity rusted the spring in the choke mechanism, cause the plunger to stick, breaking the plastic parts. So now the choke plunger just wants to stay up. You guys are awesome, thank you, Chris
  9. Been searching, no results:( Stupid part broke and i can't find a replacement, please help me find a part number for something that will work. Everything I've found says not available, can't find on eBay either, local honda no help... Thank u!
  10. Happy riding people!

    1. Brian Wilson

      Brian Wilson

      any day riding is happy riding!

    2. DirtyPrincess

      DirtyPrincess

      can't wait to get out for a ride on the scooter :D

    3. MaicoMaico

      MaicoMaico

      I've been riding my XL600R, so much fun, such awesome power on the road!

  11. PM Cycle Wizard on TT, he might have one or would be able to steer you in the right direction. Or else try XR's Only in California.... Good luck:)
  12. Maico

    1. thejunkman

      thejunkman

      Check out my new project bike. I have a new video up.

  13. Way too EXPENSIVE, I got mine with under 5000 miles in better shape for $950!
  14. If you can not find TDC check the compression, that should tell you if it is the ring or not. Good luck, sorry to hear about your bike. Great bike for the price, well worth fixing then it will last another 10,000+ miles, perhaps a lot longer with good maintenance and a loving owner... Edit: Also I would recommend making a thread in the 'make/model specific' section for this style of bike. There are a lot of knowledgeable people there that know these bikes well. http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/14-xr600650/ I know it says XR600/650, but they do discuss these as well do to the similarities. The guys were great at helping me with my 1985 XL600...
  15. Have you checked the carb? Make sure jets are clean...