UGLY - 2003 Banshee with Honda CBR 900RR Engine
My brother, Mark, modified a '03 Banshee with a Honda CBR 900RR engine.
Nick-named UGLY. Super fast and still handles the mud and water. Been
riding it on the trails of WV for 3 years now and no mechanical problems at
all. If you ride the Wagon Wheel area you have likely seen it...or at least
2007 Honda 600rr Air Filter Removal
This is a video of how to get to and remove the stock air filter from a
2007 Honda 600RR. It's a fairly easy task to do and replacing the stock
air filter with a high flow air filter, such as, a K&N can add better
performance to your motorcycle and cars.
The link below shows how to get the side fairings off and the bottom
fairing is a simple remove three screws and pull off.
Link for removal of side fairings
How an engine works - comprehensive tutorial animation featuring Toyota engine technologies
Animation I created for Toyota that gives an overview of the components of
an engine, how an engine works and some of Toyota's valve, intake and Exhaust technologies. I wrote, directed
and storyboarded the video. It was for training purposes only.
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Engine Test Bench
Engine Test Bench - Honda CBR600 RR - 87CV @11500rpm - 60Nm @ 9000rpm
How to pull out a motorcycle motor
Pulling a motorcycle engine is actually a lot easier than you might think.
All you need are a couple of tools and the gumption to disassemble!
Ferrari V12 Engine
Ferrari V12 Engine Assembly. From start to finish, one technician is
responsible for the assembly........
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Removing broken exhaust studs
Broken Exhaust studs seem to be a
predictable problem on older vehicles. Here's the best way I've found to
get them out. By the way, it works on most any kind of broken off bolt as
long as you have enough sticking out where you can get a grip on it.
Also, don't waste time with vise-grips. Get a good quality set of
gripping pliers. You'll be glad you did.
CBR 600 F2 F3 F4i fairing and engine swap conversion
Oct 2013, I might buy another bike for 400 without fairings. So, might as
well redo the project, this time, taking step by step pics and finishing
it. I saw one with the whole 06 fairing set. Looked nice but I don't like
the 600rr that much, just the tail.
This is a 1991 CBR 600 F2 the same as F3. With F4i front and sides
fairings, f4i fuel tank(yes F4i with fuel pumo not F4), 2004 600RR tail
fairing and the most important thing, a 2002 F4i engine.
The engine conversion requires some work and some custom made bearings but
it's quite doable and not so expensive if you manage to get a cheap
engine. I got the fairings and engine for $600. So, my bike is basically an
F4i on a F2 frame with a 600RR tail.
The fairing conversion is taken from DementedF3(loved his work). Google it.
My work is still not finished, I still have to make the brackets for the
fairings and the bike don't want to start. First it was the ECU, and VERY
IMPORTANT, you have to use a stock F4i Ignition Switch, the pink wire is
necessary or the bike wont spark. The injector weren't working, but I fix
that, had to replace one.
Yet, the bike is not starting. I haven't check the sparks yet, they may be
bad since I've been putting fuel directly on the throtle. Hopefully that is
Even though DementedF3 and some others have done the same fairing
conversion, my engine swap makes mine unique. Actually, their work was what
inpire to do the fairing conversion. I like the looks of the F4i front and
Something that I plan on doing in the future is a two sides Exhaust, I love the way a bike with two Exhaust like the Hayabusa or VTR1000 Superhawk
looks. I don't know if it will cut my HP or something, but I don't race or
do tricks on my bike so I don't care much for that.
My mayor problem was "NO SPARK" due to ECU and F2 Ignition switch instead
of F4i Stock switch.
For more picture go to
http://www.personalandrelevant.com/test/cbr/english.html for some pictures
and parts used.
If someone can give me some advise as why the bike won't start even with
fuel and spark, it'll be highly appreciated.