DIY: Fork Seals Made Easy!
Dr. Dirt's Step-By-Step Fork Seal Swap.
Leaky fork seals are, for lack of a better description, a royal pain in the
neck. The most common ailment to plague front suspension, a leaky fork seal
can ruin your day by affecting your bike's handling, covering your front
brake pads in oil and generally just making a total mess of things. Most of
the time a leaky fork seal is the result of dirt inside of the seal, but it
can also be caused by a nick or ding in the fork tube from an impact with a
rock or stick. But no matter what the cause, a weeping fork seal needs to
be fixed, and oftentimes that means tearing into the suspension and
changing the seal out. Fortunately, this isn't as difficult as you may
Dirt Rider tech guru Scot Gustafson (the man behind the Dr. Dirt tech
stories here on www.dirtrider.com) insists that changing afork seal is easy
enough for most riders to do in their own garage. To help prove his point,
we filmed Scot changing a fork seal in the Dirt Rider tech center and
explaining step-by-step how he completes this job. You might want to
bookmark this video for reference because someday, no matter if you ride
motocross or off-road, you're going to need to address this issue!
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to email Dr. Dirt at
email@example.com, subject: Dr. Dirt. Enjoy!
Honda CBR600F 1995
Even een rondje rijden op mijn Honda CBR600F. Gefilmd met mijn nieuwe HD
Honda CBX-1000 Motorcycle Engine in Povray + VideoMach
A Povray + VideoMach movie of the assembly of the Honda CBX-1000
This 6-cylinder 1047 cc motorcycle engine produced 105 hp at 9500 rpm.
The cylinderhead contains 24 valves and 6 carburtors are used to feed this
The animation was created from 21 scenes and a total of 10683 different
povray created images.
The total animation is 10899 images of 1280 x 720 pixels.
Most dimensions are correct, but the ignition is misleading: on a
motorcycle engine the sparkplugs spark also during the Exhaust strokes.