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F4i Fork Seal Change Part 1

This is part one of a video tutorial on how to change your fork seals. These forks are from my 2001 Honda CBR600F4i. **NOTE** Not shown in the video is the filling of the forks with oil. You will need Honda SS3 Suspension Fluid or an equivalent 10W fork oil from another brand. You need to have the SAME EXACT LEVEL in both forks. Also, you need to bleed the dampening rods...you do this by pouring a quarter or so of the fork oil necessary, then pumping the rod several times until it has a lot of resistance...then you pour in the rest. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb5J0zRqcvc Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQrhY8r0q60 Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcgMafPtXxQ


 


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F4i Fork Seal Change Part 2
This is part two of a video tutorial on how to change your fork seals. These forks are from my 2001 Honda CBR600F4i. **NOTE** Not shown in the video is the filling of the forks with oil. You will need Honda SS3 Suspension Fluid or an equivalent 10W fork oil from another brand. You need to have the SAME EXACT LEVEL in both forks. Also, you need to bleed the dampening rods...you do this by pouring a quarter or so of the fork oil necessary, then pumping the rod several times until it has a lot of resistance...then you pour in the rest. Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb5J0zRqcvc Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQrhY8r0q60 Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcgMafPtXxQ





How to change fork seals in traditional (right way up) Forks.
In this episode we give you an idea of what's involved in changing the fork seals on your motorcycle, we used an early CBR 600F as the demonstration bike.





Replace your fork seals - dismantling the forks
This clip is taken from the 'Replace your fork seals' DVD available from DrivenandRidden.com.





Replacing fork seals on inverted forks. Part 2 of 2
Leaky forks? Second part of my how fork seal replacement video. This video explains how to replace fork seals on inverted forks. Typical 20-30 min job with some special tools. Watch Part 1 if you haven't already.





Showa SFF Fork Rebuild & Seal Replacement Part 1 (Left Fork)
http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=ShowaSFFFo rkRebuild&utm_campaign=Youtubevideos The Showa SFF Forks or Separate Function Forks are an all new fork set designed to not only save weight on the bike, but these also give the rider the ability to adjust the fork ride height and preload via the adjuster on top of the right fork. This new design achieves a lighter overall weight by separating the entire damping assembly into the left fork and then placing a heavier spring in the right fork hence the name Separate Function. Replacing motorcycle fork seals isn't a difficult process as long as you take the correct steps and have the right tools but this is something every motorcycle owner should know how to do. This video walks you through the rebuild process of the left fork which houses the damping assembly and it also shows you what things to look for in order to keep your motorcycles suspension working correctly. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries all the parts and tools and fork oil you need to completely rebuild your forks and replace your fork seals. Visit our website www.rockymountainatvmc.com! Click Here To Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQSXoYEPBXNPSx1hWbO2WRQ?sub_confirmation=1





Replacing fork seals on inverted forks. Part 1 of 2
Leaky forks? It could be your fork seals. This video explains how to replace fork seals on inverted forks. Typical 20-30 min job with some special tools. Don't forget to watch part 2 as well.





Changing Fork Seals Part 1 (of 3)
A Motosport repair and maintenance expert gets you pointed on the right road to changing a fork seal with helpful advice and careful preparation.





Delboy's Garage, How-To replace regular type fork seals.
By popular request, a detailed video on how to replace the fork seals on regular type motorcycle forks.





Change Motorcycle Fork Seals Part 2 (of 2) Cartridge Type
https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/t/1049/Fork-Seals?utm_source=Youtube&utm _medium=ForkSealReplacement&utm_campaign=Youtubevideos How to replace the fork seals on a motocross bike. This is Part 2 of our 2 Part video which covers the assembly of the fork. Part 1 covers the disassembly of the fork and parts inspection. This instructional video covers the rebuild of the Cartridge type fork which is commonly seen on late model dirt bikes. Replacing your leaking fork seals is easy and we'll show you how to do it! Get all the parts and tools you need @ www.rockymountainatvmc.com! Click Here For Part 1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y43k1qFVGW4 Click Here To Subscribe To Our Channel! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQSXoYEPBXNPSx1hWbO2WRQ?sub_confirmation=1





Tuning up the F4i
Just a run down on my new tires, final drive chain, and sprockets.





Pivot Works fork rebuild kit installation
Front fork rebuild on Honda CRF 450R





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 think. 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 drmail@sorc.com, subject: Dr. Dirt. Enjoy! Read more: http://www.dirtrider.com/features/fork-seals-made-easy-tech-video





Change a motorcycle tyre by hand.
In this instruction video I change a motorcyle tyre by hand. No hydraulic presses are used. Just plain old fashion labor.





Tip to keep your forks moving freely after cleaning.
Washing your bike makes the fork legs dry and sticky. Here's a cool tip that works like a charm to make your forks silky smooth.





How to make motorcycle front fork tubes look shiny again
In this 'How to' video we show you the tools needed for removing the factory clear coat on lower motorcycle fork tube. By following the information given you can make ugly looking forks look new again.





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