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  1. Taylor Phillips-Hungerford

    Honda XL600R (1985)

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    So far so good, only ridden it 20 miles (from the driveway from where I purchased it, to mine. The good is it runs, the bad is it seems every fastener on it is either snapped off or rusted in place. going to a lot of work to make it serviceable for long rides. As a testament to Honda's quality, the guy said he never checked the oil, or the carbs and ran it for a couple years... poor old girl needs some TLC.
  2. carpenter519

    Honda XL600R (1983)

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    love these old bikes
  3. Post126

    Honda XL600R (1983)

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    Lighter than I expected.
  4. I have a Honda xl that I'm looking for ways to make it more powerful
  5. I am new to this forum, so I hope that I'm posting in the correct place. I would like to put an XL600 or XR(something) front end on my 1979 XL500s. My goal is to put a wider tire on the front and get a disc brake. I understand the bearing swaps, as provided in the allballs fork swap guide. I am wondering if anybody has the measurements for the stem length or triple clamp for the XL600. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
  6. xs850triple

    need advice with xl600

    K I'm hopin I can get a little more interest over here, yes I know this is for the xr600 but in the vintage section, well I'm gettin no attention so I thought I'd try my luck here So I just picked up 2 xl600's in decent condition, but they still need work, ones about ready to ride but I'm having some issues I was hoping I could figure out 1st, I just need to figure out what year I have, or does it really matter? Are they all compatible? And how compatible is my bike with newer xr600's? 2nd most pressing matter is on both bikes the seeing glass on the brake fluid reservoir has a hole in it?? How that happened I have no idea, can I replace that seeing glass or do I have to replace the whole thing, and with it being opened can the insides of the brake lines been damaged, or do I just need to get new fluid in them and they'll be fine Next I was changin all the oil, and I read that it takes two quarts, yes I drained the engine, filter and the frame, but I was at about 1 and 3/4 quarts when the oil overflowed out the top, do I have the wrong capacity or is something clogged, and yes I did take out the screen in the front of the frame and clean him out Lastly I adjusted the valves, intake to .05mm and exhaust to .10mm, weird thing was that they were all loose, usually on old stuff like this its to tight, do I have the right clearances? Yes I know, I need to buy a manual, and plan on it when I get the time... Sorry for the long post, ill try and keep yall updated with it and some pics, probably start with just rebuilding the head, thanks guys! And if you feel like this post doesn't belong here, well then I can take care of it
  7. denro

    Show your PIG

    Hey guy's Let see your PIG's, I dont have much mods other than uncorked and street kit. But I have a long wish list. This pic is last weekend out on a ride near Midle River in New Brunswick. Denro
  8. ThumperTalk

    Honda XL600R 1985

    5 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Enduro ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 597 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2 Speeds: 6 TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 6 Dry Weight (lbs.): 427
  9. slomojo

    Honda XL600R (1987)

    1 comment

    My leg hurts!
  10. Rooves

    Honda XL600R (1983)

    1 comment

    pig.
  11. smetheny91

    Honda XL600R (1983)

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    In the process of converting an 83' XL600R into a streettracker
  12. Hedchange

    Honda XL600R (1986)

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    This bike is pretty much bullet proof. PO did not take care of it and there are a few things but still runs line a champ. Head bolt on the front was finger lose and still ran. Good times and love this bike.
  13. Irving658

    Honda XL600R (1986)

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    Street Tracker built from a 1986 Honda XL600r. Great shape, Handles well, too many new and custom parts to list. New Tires and Brakes. Starts first or second kick. Gobs of Torque. Easily does the Ton with a 240 lb. Rider.
  14. ThumperTalk

    Honda XL600R 1984

    6 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Enduro ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 597 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2 Speeds: 6 TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 6 Dry Weight (lbs.): 427
  15. so i read the manual, watched the videos and read the forum topics. all conclude that the following to be true valve lash needs to be set at TDC, being a 4 stroke there are two TDC instances, but only one where the T mark aligned allows all 4 tappets to move free and be adjusted. ive done this, BUT... here is where im confused. for me, one top dead center instance allows the intake valves to be adjusted, and the other allows the exhaust valves to be adjusted. neither TDC have all 4 free, and i dont mean that they are too tight, i mean when the exhaust valves are free to adjust, the intake have significant pressure on them. confused! any ideas? thanks
  16. ThumperTalk

    Honda XL600R 1983

    23 reviews

    MOTORCYCLE TYPE Enduro ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Displacement (cc): 597 Cylinders: 1 Engine Stroke: 2 Speeds: 5 TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS Number of speeds: 5 Dry Weight (lbs.): 427
  17. phibbsie

    Honda XL600R (1983)

    2 comments

    This my road sled. Im partial to classic bike. The xl is a fun old dual sport
  18. HopeAKrider

    Honda XL600R (1983)

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    Got this bike running this spring('16) after sitting for 3+ years and started cleaning it up. More to come this winter.
  19. SloDave

    Honda XL600R (1985)

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    WOW... Clean bike... dirty, but clean... The paint isstill glossy, Been sitting for 10 years according to plate...Oh ya, STREET PAPERS ... Good spark, overhauled carbs, wont start... ***UPDATE*** Bike runs great, needs a tuneup and a new rear tube(ripped valvestem out while riding yesterday... soft tire, lotsa torque)
  20. billtr96sn

    Honda XL600R (1984)

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    XL 600 LMF.<br /><br />Stunning bike. Tons of grunt, pulls a loaded sidecar with ease through the mud and on the road.
  21. markettnt

    Honda XL600R (1987)

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    1987 Honda XL600R New Ricky Stator, Pulse Gen, FMF Exhaust, Jetted, Uncorked Airbox, Separate Distanza Street Tires ? Wheels and Off Road Knobs, new brakes, new clutch, new wheel bearings. HAULS ASS! Looks MEAN!!!!
  22. jon2xc

    Honda XL600R (1986)

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    Honda XL600 RMG (not XL600R) - for it's time an awesome bike.
  23. globalwad

    Honda XL600R (1983)

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    Dig it. Just wish it had electric start
  24. yayowhitesack

    Honda XL600R (1986)

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    love this thumper recently replaced a very worn rocker and put a better condition cam from ebay
  25. blb45678

    Honda XL600R (1983)

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    GREAT BIKES<br />
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