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  1. Just picked up a Cyclops LED headlight/bulb http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/3600-Lumen-LED-Headlight-bulb-for-DirtbikesDual-Sports_p_97.html conversion for my '95 XR 600R. My original bulb burnt out and I went down to pick up a new one and the lovely young lady behind the parts counter turned me onto this pretty much plug-n-play LED conversion kit. Installation was very easy, simply unplug the old bulb and install the new one... depending on which plug you have on your bike you may or may not have to modify the wiring... I had to modify. I cut the old bullet connectors from the original plug and soldered them to the rectifier leads and was ready to install it. It's pretty much that simple. The unit looks to be well built, has its own cooling fan and heat sink which I hope holds up to some fairly harsh abuse (dirt/dust/water/mud). The light is BRIGHT and only fluxuates slightly at idle... torture testing begins immediately. With an out the door price of around $100 it's a decent alternative to higher priced kits available online and with the ease of installation you really can't beat it.
  2. Hi I just put this ring back together, with a few new bits. I'm just not getting it to prime the oil pump. I did as the manual states and put oil in it on assembly (which runs straight out, should have packed it with petrolium jelly) I also read on here somewhere to fill the oil filter pocket that put half the remaining oil on top of the head and the remainder in there frame, I've done that. I have had it running three times, once for 1 min 40, and two between 30-40 seconds. I had the banjo nut completely loose. got nothing. Im very hesitant to just leave it running until it primes and i don't have a air compressor to try putting pressure behind it. It did replace the oring on the orifice thats on the outside of the pump (between pump and side cover) the original oring was loose, mine fitted over firm and was a little thicker, could this be an issue? Any ideas? another thing I found interesting, what exactly holds the gear on the oil pump?
  3. Smegorr

    Honda XR600R (1991)

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    Runs and runs. Never left me stranded
  4. Tmosely1

    Honda XR600R (1989)

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    One of the coolest basket case finds ever
  5. sdom001

    Honda XR600R (1994)

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    The best overall offroad Trail/Dualsport ever made.
  6. ChrisPinAZ

    Honda XR600R (1985)

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    SWEET!
  7. rkdwp

    Honda XR600R (1985)

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    !
  8. Big_GRR

    Honda XR600R (1988)

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    Project. Work in progress.
  9. Aussie Cambo

    Honda XR600R (1996)

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    Had a 93 back in the day, and now have a 96. Still the best wheelie machine ever.
  10. JoshD10

    Honda XR600R (1996)

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    Perfect reliable trail bike. Has plenty of mods, 630 kit, flatslide carb, race pipe, re-valved suspension...all the ballard's xr's only bling. Well past it's glory days, a restoration project that still flies. Heavy in the slow stuff, but is a fire trail rocket. Easy to start when you know the technique, great for longer rides.
  11. kjh1965

    Honda XR600R (1985)

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    Its nowhere near a resto, buts its a nice "clean up" More pics to come..Ive put original exhaust system back on since pic
  12. gojcspc

    Honda XR600R (1996)

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    My first XR600. Love it
  13. Owyhee

    Honda XR600R (1999)

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    Owned it 10 years. Best engine in motorcycledom.
  14. eggerxr93

    Honda XR600R (1994)

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    found in Nov. 2015 in a showroom of a driving school
  15. Big_Jimbo

    Honda XR600R (1996)

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    The reason why I'm here. Almost as fun on the roads as it is on the trail
  16. lucien du Toit

    Honda XR600R (1997)

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    Great bike
  17. helispaz

    Honda XR600R (1993)

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    1993 XR600r. I absolutely love this bike. Mods include FMF Powercore 4 muffler, Mikuni flat slide carburetor, Ricky Stator ignition stator, K&N filter (which I'm going to change, I'm not too thrilled with it).
  18. TQhonda

    Honda XR600R (1996)

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    Best in the bush!!!Wanting to add more to it..for long rides..
  19. no66

    Honda XR600R (1995)

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    ...
  20. teampiney

    Honda XR600R (1991)

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    This is my baby. Found it on Craigs list years ago for a song. Comletely gone over, Cases split, Tranny tightened up. Money thrown at it. I will own it as long as I can start it. <br /><br />Street Legal, 91 XR600, Clark Tank, 41mm Mikuni, XR's Only exhaust and header, RSW Triple clamp and risers, Pro-Taper Bars, Pro Pilot suspension, Excel rims, Generic Wide pegs, Ceet foam and cover, Ton of other misc.
  21. Brohammad

    Honda XR600R (1994)

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    The bike has a lot more power than I expected. So probably not so great for a first bike!
  22. tredog500r

    Honda XR600R (1988)

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    After rebuilding and re-springing the suspension, restoring the plastics, re-covering the seat, and new exhaust, I love this bike.
  23. ThumperTalk

    Honda XR600R 1995

    17 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Road/Trail ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 597 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2 Speeds: 6 TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 6 Dry Weight (lbs.): 280
  24. ThumperTalk

    Honda XR600R 1989

    3 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Road/Trail ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 597 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2 Speeds: 6 TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 6 Dry Weight (lbs.): 280
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