just started riding a few months ago and bought a cbr650f and im thinking bout taking the whole thing apart this winter to 1.) learn about the machine a little and 2.) improve some parts. Any recommendations on first mods? only thing aftermarket currently is the fender eliminator.
So Honda does not list any OEM Accessories for the 2020 model of the CB650R ABS only for 2019. Everything I've seen states that the two models are basically identical. I am specifically looking to order the Quick shifter and the passenger seat cover. Just wondering if anyone has installed...
Honda’s accessory website lists a handful of nice goodies (Quick shifter, bags, heated grips, etc) for the 2019 model, but 0 for the 2020 model.
Anyone out there have experience using these parts on a 2020 USA model?
I’d really like to get the Quick Shifter for my 2020 CB650R if anyone has...
Had my CB650f for a bout 3 weeks now and love it! However, I also love a mod.
ive installed Leds all round and flasher relay. tail tidy. Radiator guard. Crash bobbins.
im waiting on delivery of a carbon rear hugger and chain guard and got my eye out for lots more carbon bits. Exhaust...
No where I look seems to have much of anything in stock for this bike accessory wise. Before I purchased it I was happy to see that Honda has a fair number of accessories and aftermarket support looks decent in theory but again, no one seems to have anything in stock. I mean the bike's been out...
Been a bit MIA recently but I took the bike on its first service and it absolutely feels new again. Unfortunately the bubble screen hasn't arrived as of yet which sucks!
But managed a few pictures thought I'd post in
TomTom rider 550 installed
Evotech radiator guard installed...
Has anyone considered switching to a single-sided swingarm (I own a '19 CB650R) and done any research around price, installation, etc.? Or does anyone have general knowledge on the hoops needed to jump through to get one installed?
The winner of Honda's Garage Dream (Honda Mototrofa)...
Let me preface...this is really NOT to be condescending!
Maybe out of boredom or just a deep thinking day but it dawned on me that, after reading all of these threads and posts, that the amount of "bling" that get's added or erased from these bikes is never-ending.
So I thought for a while...
I’m new here so bare with me.
I bought my bike at the end of last winter (Toronto, Canada).
So far, I have the Full Akro Titanium Exhaust with Carbon Tip (Baffles in) - looking to remove the baffles, is it worth it?
I also would like to add, upgraded intake funnels, power commander v...
The 650 bike Forum was started in 2017 by participants in another Forum that wanted a more robust user experience. Honda had produced the F series from 2014 to 2016, so we were unsure about long-term growth since there was a finite number of bikes sold worldwide. Honda re-introduced the F in...
Hey Everyone, I go by Tugz,
I am from Toronto and I have been riding for 1 year; coming from a Ninja 400 (pictured below). I am currently finalizing the purchase of my CBR650R and all the mods that i plan on doing to it.
I have always had a silly passion for doing extreme and fun things and...
New CB650R owner back to the bike freedom after 8 years (and wife permission) just to be in lockdown a few days later after only one quick ride.
I’ve bought the bike used with 1400miles and it came with
-Sport pack (seat cowl, belly pan and quick shifter)
-Neo café pack (aluminium trim...
Finally new mods
CB1000R headlight Rim
Honda OEM windscreen just for the summer season
PUIG bar end weight-long silver version
Removed passenger pegs
G2 ergonomic throttle tamer with domino grips
Rear seat cowl (chromosphere red)
Pirelli Diablo Rosso III
Since riding season is starting up again I'm feeling the urge to do something a little different.
So I just wanted to ask if anyone has done any streetfighter conversions or a few parts here and there such as the handle bar? I was looking at getting a lower more aggressive style look...
I recently bought a bike I've been wanting for 6 years now and this thread will document my journey with it. It is a Candy Tahitian Blue 2014 CBR650F.
I'll start with a bit (okay, a lot) of my biking background. If you don't care about that, no problem... Skip to the next post to get to the...