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  2. omy005

    Integra seat damper?

    Good idea, thanks for that!
  3. Yesterday
  4. kayz1

    side stand:

    Many thanks Bob. Lyn.
  5. bob b

    Integra seat damper?

    When my damper failed I just used a bungie cord hooked from the seat to the mirror. Kept it under the seat ... simples!
  6. bob b

    side stand:

    On my 750 Integra its 22cm from the top of the 'shoulder' to the toe plate. Granada!
  7. Last week
  8. kayz1

    side stand:

    Can some body who owns an Integra please run a ruler over the side stand and tell me hw long it is? Muchograssyarse. Lyn.
  9. Bikerboy1000

    Stubborn rear wheel

    Thanks Mattbin, Once i get used to putting in neutral it should become second nature hopefully.
  10. MatBin

    Stubborn rear wheel

    Really important you put a DCT in neutral before you switch off. Also, switch off using the key rather than kill switch, there is some discussion about key/kill switch, but for safety sake I think it's best to use the key, it may be ok to use kill switch but why risk it? I doubt 3 times will lead to anything going wrong. Welcome to the forum.
  11. Xactly

    Whos got the highest milage?

    I’d ask for another at that mileage…
  12. Bikerboy1000

    Stubborn rear wheel

    Thanks Outrunner, that makes perfect sense as the bike always goes into neutral when switching on the ignition, I need to get used to neutral before switching off, , I have only been out on bike 3 times since I got it last week
  13. outrunner

    Stubborn rear wheel

    Yes, it's caused by stopping the engine while in gear causing a bit of drag in the transmission. Andy.
  14. Bikerboy1000

    Whos got the highest milage?

    A guy in Thailand has 229,000KM and only failure was the water pump,
  15. Bikerboy1000

    Stubborn rear wheel

    I have just been fitting a chain oiler to my 2019 nc750x DCT and noticed that when on the centrestand the rear wheel was not turning as freely as it should be, it was as if there was resistance like the brakes were binding, the first thing I checked was to make sure i didn't have the handbrake on which I didn't, I then turned on the ignition and suddenly the rear wheel was spinning freely as it should be, Has anyone else noticed this ?
  16. MikeBike

    Mainstand

    thread about it
  17. Empty_Ten

    Mainstand

    I’ve just had the 16k service on mine (10 days short of being a year old!) I’d read up that the main stand could be problematic and people retrofitting grease nipples etc i asked the chap who serviced it (ex Honda and Triumph factory technician who now runs his own workshop) whether he’d recommend doing something like that. His advice was to keep the stand clean, and the occasional Squirt of WD40, GT85 etc on the centre stand pin. He also said that frequent use of the stand would help as well which works out well for me as I use it 99% of the time.
  18. kayz1

    Mainstand

    I drilled the centre on the fist Integra and welded a lump of steel to it, drilled and tapped for a grease nipple..Bingo no more Honda centre stand problems.. Did this when new and in a location that i could get to when on the stand.
  19. Andy m

    HISS Blinking Light ??

    It's probably going to cost more than last time* but you could always try just filling the tank? *I had a colleague, a fellow rep, who retired. He'd had a company fuel card for about 200 years. The day after we put him on the train home he picked up his new Mondeo just like the one he'd handed back. The light of course was on 200 yards from the dealer. Frank pulls straight into a Shell station on the A38 and fills it to the brim. Walks to the kiosk and hands over a fiver 😕😢😁😁😒😁😁 Sorry to hear about the hand. Andy
  20. Ink_operated

    Bike rolls after switching from neutral to first gear.

    @davebike okay. I think I saw that connector and I'll just follow the steps in the workshop manual. I'll try using my ODB2 tool and see what I get.
  21. larryblag

    HISS Blinking Light ??

    The Bonnie is away for the winter. My foobar'd hand is still too weak for front brake operation 😔. I've GT85'd it and fitted the optimiser lead. The "New Bike Indicator" is actually flashing as we speak 🤔
  22. Grumpy old man

    Mainstand

    I do mine at least once every 12 months, I use the main stand all the time which I think stops it from seizing. A cam strap from the swing arm to the spring makes fitting the springs reasonable easy.
  23. davebike

    Mainstand

    I gotmoy bike with 2200 miles on it and about 18 mounths old For the past few mounths the mainstand has tended to get stiff but a good spray of penertrating oil exercising and some chain lub has stoped it getting worse Today I decided to sort it exhaust can off to give access one screw and no the pin is free or rather not lot penertrating oil and a blind bearing pull got it out but!!! pin was rusty at the far (RHS) end cleaned it luberacated with ample MS3 chassis grease and returned springs are fun May I recomend if you have a main stand that YOU did not fit remov
  24. The conector fro fault codes is above the battery to the left it is RED unlike most conectors Not sure about the shorting methord as I always used an adaptor and OBD2 reader
  25. Ink_operated

    Bike rolls after switching from neutral to first gear.

    @davebike shift pin was infact broken, all the shift gears and motor checked out. Clutches checked out ok but still have the clutch disengagement the issue. I haven't checked the DCT codes yet only because I couldn't find the connector I need to short but I will take off the storage box and see if it's under there....I'm guess it's the linear solenoid valves causing the issue.
  26. SteveThackery

    Chain joiner link?

    Of course, the only proper way is to align the wheels using a laser tool, or a home made jig. Then note any discrepancy between the engraved marks one either side of the swing arm, and maintain that discrepancy when adjusting the chain in the future.
  27. MatBin

    HISS Blinking Light ??

    @larryblag told me "the dealer told him it was the time to buy a new bike indicator".
  28. Nothing wrong with the bike then IMHO. If you want 200 miles before the light you need to gently go with the traffic flow, which at Brent Cross in rush hour is going to be slow Andy
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