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  1. Hey all, I recently had a 440 kit installed in my "00XR400 and with the heavy duty clutch springs that were part of the kit, the clutch work was a little tougher than I like. So I bought a Hebo hydraulic universal clutch kit from my buddy Jim Cook at Smackover Motorsports. The reviews of it I'd read said the pull was slightly easier and longer than the Magura and quality was as good or better. Thing is, after looking around all over the web, I could find no help or suggestions on where to mount the slave cylinder on an XR. These are 3 links I used to help me, tho none of them work specifically with the XR. http://www.john-stichnoth.com/Hebo.html http://dirtrider.net/drn_tested/erider/hydrualic_clutch.html /forum/showthread.php?t=2151 So after spending a few days experimenting with different potential mounting points, keeping in mind I need to take into consideration the amount of heat the unit will see and keep it accessable yet somewhat protected, I put it on the left side of the forward main frame downtube. I fashioned a bracket that would use the left mounting point for the fuel tank. Having an IMS 4 gal tank made options scarce. Maybe if anyone else wants to do this project on an XR, between the links provided and what I'll add, it will be a little easier. I used the long cable and sheath provided in the kit, without cutting/altering it's length. And the stock style cable keeper/adjuster that uses the stock bracket mounted to the right case cover. The end of the cable is bare so you use the cable clamp provided in the kit that fits the XRs throw lever. Here's a picture of the slave cylinder mount. I used a temporary spacer setup the same thickness as the fueltank mount for initial fitting of the cylinder. I wrapped the cylinder in the same heat wrap I used on the header to help shield it from any heat. I used plastic spiral wrap on the braided line to add some abrasion and heat resistance to it. Here's final installation pictures. [ My decomp lever would no longer fit on the handlebars, so for now, until I figure out something better, I mounted it to the bark buster. Here's a tip I discovered. The bleeder nipple/fitting bolt threads are a sloppy fit. When trying to bleed the system with my vacuum bleed tool, air/vacuum escapes around the threads of the nipple and prevents the tool from working properly. I had to remove the nipple and wrap its threads with teflon tape. The system bled fine after that. Getting the amount of lever pull I needed was tricky and took me awhile to figure out. Took the bike for a spin up and down the street to check it and Man is this thing sweet! I bet it cut lever pull difficulty by 50% or more. The braided line is longer than I needed for this install and figuring out a way to route the excess and get the end clocked in the orientation I needed it was a pain. Later I might have it shortend. Hope this might help someone else that is contemplating this mod. Trailryder42
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  4. Kris87

    Honda XR400R (2001)


    2001 Xr400, Bored 407 11:1, 155/55, Gordons Mods, Street Legal
  5. T2Ohio

    Honda XR400R (2002)


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    Don't have much ride time on it yet as I purchased on 12/8/18 and has been raining almost everyday. I've had plenty of other Honda's over the years, but have always wanted the XR4 and being PLATED is a plus.
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    Woods bike. 14 45 sprockets dunlop d 606 rear crf450 stock exhaust retrofitted. Mika cr high bend bars. Metal Wrap around hand guards h3 headlight bulb led 1157 rear. Best tight woods bike ive had
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    This thing is a blast
  10. Chadrb

    Honda XR400R (1996)


    I love the XR series from Honda. I had a 2001 XR400R when I was in Phoenix in 2009-2010. I had to sell it to relocate to Colorado. After 6 Years of looking I found this one for a steal all stock.
  11. BRymes

    Honda XR400R (2002)


    LOVE my XR! Smooth,tractable power with engine breaking! Doesn't overheat the brake fluid. Would be nice if e-start was an option but I've conditioned myself to turn off the motor after I'm facing down-hill.
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    Absolute tank! Low maintenance, great power and can go anywhere and everywhere.
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    Havent ridden it much yet
  14. Card1

    Honda XR400R (1998)


    Picked up this 1998 Honda XR400R recently and am instantly falling in love with it even though it is a 20-year-old bike and the fact that Im a bigger guy and a beginner I don't think I could have found a better bike to start out on! It needs a few things here and there but it's ready to roll!
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    My 2000 Honda XR400R. Street legal in NJ. 440 big bore. XR only exhaust. EFM Auto clutch. 1-1/8” Pro Taper Highs. BRP top tree with Scots stabilizer. Stiffer front springs. Pumper carb. KE wheel set. Big Gun header. AMR Stage 3 monster coil with Rev Box. O ring chain. SDG shaved seat. Polisport Halo Halogen light. High amp stator. Wolfman fender packs. And other stuff I can’t remember.
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  17. DaBizz

    Honda XR400R (1997)


  18. Perc82

    Honda XR400R (2002)


    Purchased in 2009, THis bike is "Very dependable" and smooth. The suspension is soft making it great for trail rides and it has excellent low end torque making it pull like a tractor. (Plated)
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    Best do it all motorcycle ever made. What other bike can you race a Hare and Hounds on, go to work that evening then go to North Africa on the week later!?
  20. Daz12

    Honda XR400R (2003)


    Like it so far
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    It's just what I wanted - serviceable, but rough enough I'm not afraid to thrash it.
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    So far so good. Gonna fix her up a bit. Planning to ride it until the motor explodes.
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    All around awesome dual sport
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    i like it better than my 2003 YZ450f
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