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Old 05-16-2014, 08:47 AM   #1
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So finally purchased my cbr 1k rr! Pretty happy with it now im in the break in process, which says for the first 300 miles no fast accelerations or gear shifting or breaking and at 60p i do my first service. Wel. Does that mean i can accelerate quick when i hit 300 or should i wait till after the first service?
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Old 05-16-2014, 08:52 AM   #2
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Read the owners manual cover to cover and just stick with that or you're going to get 100 different answers from folks that have never even owned a new CBR
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Read the owners manual cover to cover and just stick with that or you're going to get 100 different answers from folks that have never even owned a new CBR
I have bevo :( well i skipped the parts that said for cbr 1000 w/o the rr, what did you do?
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I have bevo :( well i skipped the parts that said for cbr 1000 w/o the rr, what did you do?
I did what the manual recommended
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did you lock your bike to a hand rail wed by any chance?
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At Terry Hershey park haha :p
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i didnt want to say where but yea lol!!

I came up from the trail and saw it locked up
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I wouldn't bounce it off the rev limiter and ride wheelies every time you get on it, But don't be afraid to have fun. Service the bike per the manual and you will be fine... After all it is a Honda
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Thanks killin and yeah given hondas rep for reliability is one main reason i wanted this bike!

@ chris okay cool good to see motohouston people around do you ride bicycles as well? There are tons of those at the park i was kinda leary about taking it there cause of how many times i go and see peoples windows broken all over the ground cause of theft lol
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Thanks killin and yeah given hondas rep for reliability is one main reason i wanted this bike!

@ chris okay cool good to see motohouston people around do you ride bicycles as well? There are tons of those at the park i was kinda leary about taking it there cause of how many times i go and see peoples windows broken all over the ground cause of theft lol
yea i was riding my bicycle that day. yea i would worry about leaving it there unlocked as well since thieves know people drive there and ride there bikes for over an hour or ride to work from there.
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