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Old 01-29-2018, 10:07 PM   #1
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CBR500R unknown oring

Hey guys, does anyone know where this oring came from at Honda CBR500R?
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Old 01-30-2018, 05:14 AM   #2
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Looks like a Framostat gasket to me. I think Honda used a bifurcated double acting framostat up until 2014.

It could be a muffler bearing seal too, it's hard to tell. Does it have any numbers printed on it?
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It could be the right crank case cover oring. The small round cover that screws into the right cranck case cover.
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what is framostat?


that oring fell down from somewhere when I removed headlight and all from fairings...So not the crank case.
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Could it be from an air duct that goes from the fairing to the airbox?
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Looks like a flathead screwdriver.
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that oring fell down from somewhere when I removed headlight and all from fairings...So not the crank case.
haha you should have gave those context clues. It's probably the oring that goes around the cap that covers the access to the headlight.
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haha you should have gave those context clues. It's probably the oring that goes around the cap that covers the access to the headlight.
Didn't want to reveal it so people will not make up a location just like that

But that what I though, socket covers seal, but on the diagram those are round, but this one is a very weird shape.
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I second the air duct
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I second the air duct
cannot find what you talking about, could you please point it out on some diagram?
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Here's a thought...
Go to Bike Bandit
Pull up your model of bike
Look at diagrams
figure out where it goes
instead of asking us to pull up a diagram and show you.
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Here's a thought...
Go to Bike Bandit
Pull up your model of bike
Look at diagrams
figure out where it goes
instead of asking us to pull up a diagram and show you.
Oh thank you very much, excellent advise for someone who didn't do that yet.
But if you are so frustrated by my request then nvm, I will figure it out later or sooner.

I think it should be seal around socket covers, waiting for a new one to come to compare.
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Just to follow up in case some one will be looking for info.

so it is a seal for headlight sockets cover!
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