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Old 10-18-2013, 07:53 AM   #1
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good place to get honda oem parts

converting the rc51 to a track bike so i can make my return. looks like the way to get reverse shift pattern is to get a cbr1100xx or vfr800 shift lever.

i have had a couple misshifts with the stock pattern and i need to reverse it.

i should have said CHEAP place to get honda oem parts
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i should have said CHEAP place to get honda oem parts
If you want cheap, I'd hit up home depot, lowes, ace hardware and find the size threaded rod you need....or find the closest size and cut new threads.
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If you want cheap, I'd hit up home depot, lowes, ace hardware and find the size threaded rod you need....or find the closest size and cut new threads.
Pretty sure you know what I meant but that didn't stop ya
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Does it matter what year of the CBR 1100 or VFR 800?
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Does it matter what year of the CBR 1100 or VFR 800?
any cbr1100xx or a vfr800 1998 and up i just need the gear shift part not the bracket
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The part # for the CBR 1100 and VFR 800 shifter is the same. 24701-mat-000. However, both mount directly to the shift shaft. It looks like you need a shifter that mounts to the rear set, I'm not sure how the VFR/CBR 1100 shifter helps.
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The part # for the CBR 1100 and VFR 800 shifter is the same. 24701-mat-000. However, both mount directly to the shift shaft. It looks like you need a shifter that mounts to the rear set, I'm not sure how the VFR/CBR 1100 shifter helps.
i kno they are the same i'm saying those are the ones that will fit. the top one is what i want to go to, the bottom is the stock one. this is not my bike those are a pic of someones elses bike from the rc51 site. to get the reverse shift pattern you take off the shift rod and sotck lever and pu the vfr or cbr lever directly on the shift shaft......

either way i just found one on ebay i thought you might have one or somthing.....

if ebay falls through i'll buy through bevo's link
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Old 10-18-2013, 10:15 AM   #13
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No problem. I thought it was the other way around. The shifter new from Honda is only $40 retail. 25% off that if you need it. Should be very cheap used on Ebay.
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No problem. I thought it was the other way around. The shifter new from Honda is only $40 retail. 25% off that if you need it. Should be very cheap used on Ebay.
Yeah this eBay dude wants 75 dollars......I just ordered it. Thanks anyway for getting my hopes up that you had it lol
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Old 10-18-2013, 10:51 AM   #15
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$75 on Ebay? $40 new from Honda? Gotta love Ebay sometimes.
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