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   Summary of Contents for Honda 1989 PACIFIC COAST PC800

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    IMPORTANT NOTICE • OPERATOR AND PASSENGER This motorcycle is designed to carry the operator and one passenger. Never exceed the maximum weight capacity as shown on the tire information label. • ON-ROAD USE This motocycle is not equiped wiith a spark arrester and is designed to be used only on the road. Operation in forest, brush, or grass covered areas may be illegal.

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    All infromation in this publication is based on the latest production information availiable at the time of approval for ptinting. HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. Reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation.

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    * Distributor's Warranty When service is required, remember that your Honda dealer knows what it takes to keep your Honda going strong. If you have the required mechanical "know-how" and tools, your dealer can supply you with an official Honda Service Manual to help you perfom many maintenance tasks.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS OPERATION Page Page MOTORCYCLE SAFTY Helmet Holder Safe Riding Rules Trunk Protective Apparel Fairing Pocket Modifications Rear View Mirror Loading and Accessories OPERATION PARTS LOCATION Pre-ride Inspection Instruments and Indicators Starting the Engine Break-in 16 MAJOR COMPONENTS Riding (Information you need to Braking operate this motorcycle) Parking...

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    CONTENTS MAINTENANCE Page Page 50 MAINTENANCE FRAME/WHEELS/BRAKES Maintenance Schedule Front Wheel Removal Maintenance Record Rear Wheel Removal Tool Kit Brake Wear Indicators Licence Plate Side Stand Serial Numbers Color Label ELECTRICAL Maintenance Precautions Battery Cover Removal Fuse Replacement 62 FILTERS/LUBRICATION CLEANING Engine Oil And Filter Air Cleaner...

  • Page 7: Motorcycle Safty

    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY Read this WARNING INFORMATION before you ride!

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    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY...

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    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY...

  • Page 10: Safe Riding Rules

    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY SAFE RIDING RULES Motorcycle riding requires special efforts on your part to • ensure your safety. Know these requirements before you ride: 1. Always make a pre-ride inspection (page 41) before you ride the motorcycle. You may prevent an accident or equipment damage. 2.

  • Page 11: Protective Apparel

    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY PROTECTIVE APPAREL 1. Most motorcycle accident fatalities are due to head injuries: ALWAYS wear a helmet. You should also wear a face shield or goggles as well as boots, gloves, and proective clothing. A passenger needs the same protection. 2.

  • Page 12: Loading And Accessories

    Never ride an accessory-equipped motorcycle at speeds above 80 mph. And remember that this 80 mph limit may be reduced by installation of non-Honda accessories, improper loading, worn tires and overall motorcycle condition, poor road or weather conditions. These general guidelines may help you decide wether or how to equip your motorcycle, and how to load it safely.

  • Page 13: Motorcycle Safety

    9 kg (20 lbs) Each side Fairing pocket: 0.5 kg (1 lbs) 6. The Honda fairing and trunk are designed for this motorcycle only. Do not install them on any other motorcycle. 7. Do not store articles between fairing and motorcycle. They may interfere with steering causing loss of control.

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    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY 3. Accessories which alter your riding position by moving hands or feet away from controls may increase reaction time in an emergancy. 4. Do not add electrical equipment that will exceed the motorcycle's electrical system capacity. A blown fuse could cause a dangerous loss of lights or engine power.

  • Page 15: Parts Location

    PARTS LOCATION...

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    PARTS LOCATION...

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    PARTS LOCATION...

  • Page 18: Instruments And Indicators

    PARTS LOCATION INSTRUMENTS AND INDICATORS The indicators and warning lights are incorperated in the instrument panel. Their function are described on the following pages. USA model: Odometer reads in miles Canadian model: Odometer reads in kilometers.

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    PARTS LOCATION Speedometer: shows the riding speed. Tachometer: shows engine rpm. Never allow the tachometer needle to enter the red zone, even after the engine has been broken in. CAUTION: The red zone indicates the maximum limits of the engine speed •...

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    PARTS LOCATION Oil Pressure Warning Light (red) Lights when engine oil pressure is below the normal operating range. Should also light when the ignition switch is ON and the engine is not running. Should go off when the engine starts, except for occasional flickering at or near idle speed when the engine is warm.

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    PARTS LOCATION Fuel Gauge The fuel gauge shows the approximate fuel supply availiable. At F (Full) there are 16.0 litres (4.2 US gal.) , including the reserve supply. When the gauge needle enters the red band, the fuel level is low and you should refill the tank as soon as possible.

  • Page 22: Major Components

    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) • If the pre-ride inspection (page 41) is not performed severe personal injury or vehicle damage may result. Rear Suspension The left shock absorber has four adjustment positions for different load or riding conditions. The right shock is not adjustable.

  • Page 23: Brakes

    (page 77), there is probebly air in the brake system and it must be bled. See your authorized Honda dealer for this service. Brake Fluid Level: •...

  • Page 24: Rear Brake

    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) CAUTION: • Handle brake fluid with care because it can damage plastic and painted surfaces. • When adding brake fluid, be sure the reservoir is horizontal before the cap is removed or brake fluid may spill out. •...

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    • Make sure the cut-out on the adjusting nut is seated on the brake arm pin after making the final free play adjustment. • If proper adjustment cannot be obtained by this method' see your authorized Honda dealer. 4. Apply the brake several times and check for free wheel rotation when released.

  • Page 26: Clutch

    Check that the fluid level is above the LOWER LEVEL LINE. If the fluid level is near the LOWER LEVEL LINE, it indicates fluid leakage. See your authorized Honda dealer for this service. Other Checks Make sure there are no fluid leaks. Check for deterioration or...

  • Page 27: Coolant

    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) COOLANT Coolant Recommendation The owner must properly maintain the coolant to prevent freezing, overheating, and corrosion. Use only high quality ethylene glycol antifreeze containing corrsion protection inhibitors specially recommended for use in aluminium engines.

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    UPPER level mark. If the reserve tank is empty, or if the coolant loss is excessive, check for leaks and see your authorised Honda dealer for repair, • Do not remove the radiator cap. When the engine is hot the coolant is under pressure and could scold you.

  • Page 29: Fuel

    • speed under normal load, change brands of gasoline. If spark knock or pining persists, consult your authorised Honda dealer. Failure to do so is considered misuse, and damage caused by misuse is not covered by Honda's Limited Warranty. Occasionally you may experiance light spark knock while operating under heavy loads.

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    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) Install the fuel tank cap by turning it clockwise. (California model: Be sure to properly route the hose attached to the top of the cap.) Close the fuel filler compartment Lid with the key inserted and turned clockwise, then turn the key counterclockwise to lock the lid.

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    If you decide to use gasoline containing alcohol (gasohol), be sure its octane rating is at least as high as that recommended by Honda. There are two types of "gasohol": one containing ethanol, and the other containing methanol. Do not use gasohol that contains more than 10% ethanol.

  • Page 32: Engine Oil

    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) ENGINE OIL Check engine oile level each day before operating the motorcycle. To check the oil level: 1. Place the motorcycle on its center stand on firm, level ground and remove the stepholder cover (page 60). 2.

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    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) Engine Oil Recommendation USE HONDA 4-STROKE OIL OR AN EQUIVALENT Use only high detergent, premium quality motor oil certified to meet US automobile manufacturer's requirements for Service Classification SE or SF Motor oils intended for Service SE or SF will show this designation on the container.

  • Page 34: Final Drive Oil

    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) FINAL DRIVE OIL Oil Level Check Check the final drive oil level when specified by the maintenance schedule. 1. Place the motorcycle on its center stand on firm, level ground. 2. Remove the oil filler cap. 3.

  • Page 35: Tubeless Tires

    Check the tires for cuts, embedded nails or other sharp objects. Check the rims for dents or deformation. If there is any damage, see your authorized Honda dealer for repair, replacement, and balancing. Improper tire inflation will causeabnormal tread wear and •...

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    MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) Tire Repair/Replacement See your authorized Honda Dealer. • The use of tires other than those listed on the tire information label may adversely affect handling. Do not install tube-type tires on tubeless rims. The beads •...

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    Do not remove or change any wheel balance weights. When wheel balancing is required, see your authorized Honda dealer. Wheel balancing is required after tire repair or replacement. To avoid possible repair faliure and tire deflation that may •...

  • Page 38: Essential Individual

    ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS IGNITION SWITCH The ignition switch is on the handlebar cover.

  • Page 39: Right Handlebar Controls

    ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS RIGHT HANDLEBAR CONTROLS Engine Stop Switch The two positions engine stop switch is next to the throttle grip. When the switch is in the RUN position, the engine will operate. When the switch is in the OFF position, the engine will not operate.

  • Page 40: Left Handlebar Controls

    ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS LEFT HANDLEBAR CONTROLS The controls next to the left handlebar grip are: Headlight Dimmer Switch Select HI for high beam LO for low beam. Horn Button Press the button to sound the horn. Turn Signal Switch Move the switch to L to signal a left turn, to R to signal a right turn;...

  • Page 41: Features (not Required For Operation)

    FEATURES (Not required for operation) STEERING LOCK To lock the steering, turn the handlebar all the way to the left or right, turn the key to LOCK while pushing in. Remove the key. • Do not turn the key to LOCK while riding the motorcycle; loss of vehicle control may result.

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    FEATURES (Not required for operation) • The helmet holder is designed for helmet security while parked. Do not ride with a helmet attached to the holder; the helmet may interfere with safe operation and result in loss of control. To Set Combination 1.

  • Page 43: Trunk

    FEATURES (Not required for operation) TRUNK To open the trunk Insert the ignition key and turn it clockwise to open the fuel filler compartment. Pull the latch lever to open the trunk. To lock the trunk Close the trunk lid. Make sure the trunk is locked. •...

  • Page 44: Fairing Pocket

    Puncture or exposure to flame may also result in an explosion causing serious injury Service or disposal should only be done by your authorized • Honda dealer. FAIRING POCKET To open the left fairing pocket lid, slide the button forward and open the lid.

  • Page 45: Rear View Mirror

    FEATURES (Not required for operation) REAR VIEW MIRRORS Both rear veiw mirrors use a special breakaway mount which allows a controlled seperation fo the mirror from its base upon impact with an obstacle. A short steel cable keeps the mirror connected to the mirror bracket.

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    Otherwise, the mirror and turn signal will not be availiable to you while riding, If a mirror is damaged so badly that it cannot be reused or reinstall on its base, remove it from the base and transport the motorcycle to an authorized Honda dealer.

  • Page 47: Operation

    8. Engine stop switch - check for proper function (page 33). 9. Side stand ignition cut-off system - check for proper function (page 78). Correct any discrepancy before you ride. Contact your authorized Honda dealer for assistance if you cannot correct the problem.

  • Page 48: Starting The Engine

    OPERATION STARTING THE ENGINE This motorcycle is equipped with a side stand ignition cut-off system. The engine cannot be started if the side stand is down, unless the transmission is in neutral. If the side stand is up, the engine can be started in neutral or gear with the clutch lever pulled in.

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    OPERATION Starting Procedure To restart a warm engine, follow the procedure for "High Air Temperature." Normal Air Temperature 10⁰ - 35⁰C (50⁰ - 95⁰F): 1. Pull the choke lever up all the way to fully On (B) 2. Start the engine, leaving the throttle closed. NOTE: •...

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    OPERATION Low Air Temperature 10⁰C (50⁰F) or below: 1. Follow steps 1 - 2 under "Normal Air Temperature." 2. Warm up the engine by opening and closing the throttle slightly. 3. Continue warning up the engine until it runs smoothly and responds to the throttle when the chole lever is at Fully Off (A).

  • Page 51: Break-in

    OPERATION BREAK-IN During initial break-in, newly machined surfaces will be in contact with each other and these surfaces will wear inn quickly. Break-in maintenance at 1,000 km (600 mls) is designed to compensate for this initial minor wear. Timely performaance of break-in maintenance will ensure optimum service life and performance from the engine.

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    OPERATION RIDING Review Motorcycle Safty (pages 1 - 8) before you ride. • Riding with an unlocked trunk may result in loss of vehicle control. Be sure the trunk lid is closed secuely before riding. Proper shifting will provide better fuel economy. When changing gears under normal conditions, use these recommended shift points: Shifting Up:...

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    OPERATION Do not downshift when traveling at a speed that would • force the engine to overrev in the next lower gear; the rear wheel may loose traction, resulting in possible loss of vehicle control. CAUTION: Do not shift gears without disengaging the clutch and closing •...

  • Page 54: Braking

    OPERATION BREAKING Your motorcycle is equipped with independent front and rear brakes. Braking Safety - - Independent use of only the front or rear brake increases stopping distance. If too much force is applied to the brake it will lock, resulting in tire skid and possible loss of control. - - When possible, reduce speed or brake before entering a turn.

  • Page 55: Parking

    OPERATION PARKING 1. After stopping the motorcycle, shift the transmission into neutral, turn the ignition switch OFF and remove the key. 2. Use the side or center stand to support the motorcycle while parked. CAUTION: • Park the motorcycle on firm, level ground to prevent it from falling over.

  • Page 56: Maintenance

    (USA only) When service is required, remember that your authorized • Honda dealer knows your motorcycle best and is fully equipped to maintain and repair it. The scheduled maintenance and the anticipated maintenance may also be performed by a qualified service facility that normally does this kind of work;...

  • Page 57: Maintenance Schedule

    I : INSPECT AND CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY C : CLEAN R: REPLACE A: ADJUST L: LUBRICATE The following items require some mechanical knowledge. Certain items (particularly marked • and ••) may require more technical information and tools. Consult your authorized Honda dealer.

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    MAINTENANCE • SHOULD BE SERVICED BY AN AUTHERIZED HONDA DEALER. UNLESS THE OWNER HAS PROPER TOOLS AND SERVICE DATA AND IS MECHANICALLY QUALIFIED. REFER TO THE OFFICIAL HONDA SERVICE MANUAL. •• IN THE INTEREST OF SAFTY, WE RECOMMEND THESE ITEMS BE SERVICED ONLY BY AN AUTHORIZED HONDA DEALER.

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    MAINTENANCE • Make sure whoever performs the maintenance completes this record. All scheduled maintenance, including the 600 mile (1,000 km) break-in maintenance, is considered a normal owner operating cost and will be charged for by your dealer. • Detailed receipts verifying the performance of required maintenance should be retained.

  • Page 60: Tool Kit

    MAINTENANCE TOOL KIT The tool kit is in the trunk.Someroadside repairs, minor adjustments and parts replacement can be performed with the tools contained in the kit. • Spark plug wrench 10 x 12 mm Box end wrench • 22 mm Box end wrench •...

  • Page 61: Serial Numbers

    MAINTENANCE SERIAL NUMBERS The frame and engine serial numbers are required when registering the motorcycle. They may also be required by your dealer when oredering replacement parts. Record the numbers here for your reference. The VIN, Vehicle Identification Number, is on the Safety Certification Label attached to the frame, near the steering head.

  • Page 62: Maintenance Precautions

    Stop the engine and support the motorcycle securely on a firm, level surface before performing any maintenance. • Use new, genuine Honda parts or their equivalent for maintenance or repair. Parts which are not of equivalent quality may impair the safty of your motorcycleand the effective operation of the emission control system.

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    MAINTENANCE...

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    MAINTENANCE 1. Air Duct/Maintenance Cover Release the clips (2) by gripping the edge (1) of the air duct end and pulling it out toward you. Remove the air duct by pulling it backward. NOTE: The exhaust becomes very hot during operation and •...

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    MAINTENANCE 3. Fairing Protector Remove the screw (1), then while squeezing the edge (2) pull the protector out and back toward you. 4. Front Lower Cover Remove both screws (1) and release the tab, do the same on the other side, then slide the cover forward.

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    MAINTENANCE 5. Step Holder Cover Unfold th passenger foot peg (1). Holding the opening edge (2) of the holder cover with your fingers, pull the cover (3) out, then slide it to the rear. 6. Saddlebag Protector Simultaneously squeeze the edge (1) and pull the protector toward you...

  • Page 67: Cover Removal

    FILTERS/LUBRICATION 7. Rear Lower Covers Open the trunk lid, then remove the bolts (1). Release the retaining hook (2) at the rear of the cover. With the passenger footpeg unfolded, pull the rear of the cover out toward you to clear the passenger footeg. Pull the front of the cover out also toward you until it clears of the brake pedal (4).

  • Page 68: Engine Oil And Filter

    FILTERS/LUBRICATION ENGINE OIL AND FILTER Refer to Maintenance Precautions on page 56. Engine oil quality is the chief factor affecting engine service life. Change the engine oil as specified in the maintenance schedule on page 51. CAUTION • Used engine oil may cause skin cancer if repeatedly left in contact with the skin for prolonged periods.

  • Page 69

    FILTERS/LUBRICATION 2. Remove the oil filter with a filter wrench. Discard the oil filter. 3. Apply a thin coat of engine oil to the rubber seal on the new oil filter. 4. Install the new oil filter and tighten it to the specified torque: 10 N-m (1.0 kg-m, 7 ft-lb) 5.

  • Page 70: Air Cleaner

    FILTERS/LUBRICATION AIR CLEANER The number indicates the sequance of disassembly. Remove the air duct/maintenance cover and side cover (pages 57 - 58).

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    FILTERS/LUBRICATION Refer to Maintenance Precautions on page 56. The air cleaner should be serviced at regular intervals (page 51). Service more frequantly when riding in unusually wet or dusty areas. 1. Remove the parts in sequance, according to the order in the illustration.

  • Page 72: Engine

    ENGINE SPARK PLUGS Refer to Maintenance Precautions on page 56. 1. Remove the air duct/maintenance cover and side cover (pages 57 - 58). (Right side shown; left side similar).

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    ENGINE Recomemded plugs: Standard: DPR7EA-9 (NGK), X22EPR-U9 (ND) For cold climate: (Below 5⁰C/41⁰F) DPR6EA-9 (NGK), X20EPR-U9 (ND) For extended high speed riding: DPR8EA-9 (NGK), X24EPR-U9 (ND) 2. Disconnect the spark plug caps. 3. Clean any dirt from around the spark plug base. 4.

  • Page 74: Idle Speeds

    The idle speed adjustment procedure given here should only be used when changes in altitude affect normal idel speed as set by your dealer. See your authorized Honda dealer for regularly scheduled carburetor adjustments, including individual carburetor adjustment and synchronization.

  • Page 75: Drive Train

    DRIVE CHAIN FINAL DRIVE OIL Refer to Maintenance Precautions page 56. Change the oil as specified in the maintenance schedule page 52. NOTE: Change the oil with the final drive at normal operating • temperature and the motorcycle upright on firm, level ground to assure complete and rapid draining.

  • Page 76: Frame/wheels/brakes

    FRAME/WHEELS/BRAKES FRONT WHEEL REMOVAL For related torque specifications, see page 73. The numbers indicate the sequance of disassembly.

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    Wheel removal requires mechanical skill and professional • tools such as a floor jack and torque wrench. We recommend it be done only by yout authorized Honda dealer or other qualified mecahnic. NOTE: For some temporary tubeless tire repairs, wheel removal •...

  • Page 78: Frame/wheels/brakes Installation

    FRAME/WHEELS/BRAKES Installation 1. Reassemble removed parts in the reversr order of removal. NOTE: • When installing the wheel, position the speedometer gearbox so that the lug on the gearbox is against the rear of the stopper lug on the left fork. CAUTION: •...

  • Page 79

    Axel pinch bolt: 27 N-m (2.7 kg-m, 20 ft-lb) • If a torque wrench was not used for installation, see your authorized Honda dealer as soon as possible to verify proper assembly. Improper assembly may lead to loss of braking capacity.

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    FRAME/WHEELS/BRAKES BRAKE WHEEL REMOVAL For related torque specifications, see page 76. The numbers indicate the sequance of disassembly.

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    FRAME/WHEELS/BRAKES Wheel removal requires mechanical skill and professional • tools such as a torque wrench. We recommend it be done only by your authorized Honda dealer or other qualified mechanic. NOTE: For some temporary tubeless tire repairs, wheel removal •...

  • Page 82

    Apply the brake several times and check for free wheel • rotation when released. • If a torque wrench was not used for installation, see your authorized Honda dealer as soon as possible to verify proper assembly. Improper assembly may lead to loss of braking capacity. CAUTION: •...

  • Page 83: Brake Wear Indicators

    FRAME/WHEELS/BRAKES BRAKE WEAR INDICATORS Refer to Maintenance Precautions page 56. Brake Pad Wear Brake pad wear will depend upon the severity of usage, type of riding and conditions of the roads. The pads will wear faster on dirty and wet roads. Inspect the pads visually from under the caliper during all regular service intervals to determin the pad wear.

  • Page 84: Side Stand

    3. Move the side stand fully down. 4. The engine should stop as you put the side stand down. If the side stand system does not operate as descibed, see your authorized Honda dealer for service.

  • Page 85: Electrical

    (sealed) type. If the battery loses electrolyte and/or seems weak (causing hard starting or other electrical troubles), contact your authorized Honda dealer. CAUTION: • Do not attempt to remove the sealing caps from the cells- you may damage the battery.

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    ELECTRICAL Battery Removal The battery is located in the battery box below the rear seat. 1. Remove the air duct/maintenance cover side cover, fairing protector step holder cover, saddlebag protector and rear lower cover (pages 57 - 61). 2. Remove the battery holder by removing the bolt. 3.

  • Page 87: Fuse Replacement

    The specified fuses are 10 A and 15 A. When frequant fuse faliure occurs, it usually indicates a short vircuit or an overload in the electrical system. See your authorized Honda dealer for repair. CAUTION: Turn the ignition switch OFF before checking or replacing •...

  • Page 88

    ELECTRICAL To replace the fuses in the fuse box: remove the left side air- duct/maintenance cover and the side cover ( pages 57 - 58). The spare fuses are located in the trunk. Pull the old fuses out the clips with the fuse remover. Push a new fuse into the clips and install the fuse box cover.

  • Page 89: Cleaning

    CLEANING Clean your motorcycle regularly to protect the surface finishes and inspect for damage, wear, and oil, coolant, or hydraulic fluid seepage. 1. Clean the windshield with a soft cloth or sponge and plenty of water. Dry with a soft clean cloth. Remove minor scratches with commercially availiable plastic polishing compound' Replace the windshield if scratches cannot be removed and they obstruct clear vision.

  • Page 90

    CLEANING Aluminium Wheel Maintenance Aluminium corrodes when it comes in contact with dust, mud, road salt, etc. After riding, clean the wheels with a wet sponge and mild detergent, then rinse well with water and wipe dry with a clean cloth. CAUTION: •...

  • Page 91: Storage Guide

    STORAGE GUIDE Extended storage, such as for winter, requires that you atke certain steps to reduce the effects of deterioation from non- use of the motorcycle. In addition, necessary repairs should be made BEFORE storing the motorcycle; otherwise, these repairs may be forgotten by the time the motorcycle is removed from storage.

  • Page 92: Removal From Storage

    STORAGE GUIDE 6. Wash and dry the motorcycle. Wax all painted surfaces. Coat all chrome with rust-inhibiting oil. 7. Inflate the tires to their recommended pressure. Place the motorcycle on blocks to raise both tires off the ground. 8. Cover the motorcycle (don't use plastic or other coated materials) and store in an unheated area, free of dampness with a minimum daily temperature variation.

  • Page 93: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS DIMENSIONS Overall length 2290 mm (90.2 in) Overall width 820 mm (32.3 in) Overall height 1370 mm (53.9 in) Wheelbase 1555 mm (61.2 in) Ground clearence 140 mm (5.5 in) WEIGHT Dry weight 262 kg (578 lbs) 263 kg (580 lbs): California type CAPACITIES Engine oil...

  • Page 94

    SPECIFICATIONS POWER TRANSMISSION Primary reduction 1.811 Secondary reduction 0.934 Gear ratio 1st 2.600 1.700 1.250 0.964 0.800 Final reduction 3.400 ELECTRICAL Battery 12V-10AH Generator 0.34kw/5000rpm LIGHTS Headlight 12V-60/55W Tail/stoplight 12V-2/32cp x 2 Turn signal light 12V-32cp x 4 Position light 12V-3cp x 2 License light 12V-3cp...

  • Page 95: Consumer Information (usa Only)

    Carbon monoxide does not react in the same way, but is toxic. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Utilises a secondary air supply system to reduce carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons. Exhaust Emission Control System...

  • Page 96

    • Problem that may affect motorcycle emissions. If you are aware of any of the following symptoms, have the vehicle inspected and repaired by your local authorizes Honda Motorcyle Dealer 1. Hard starting or stalling after starting. 2. Rough idle.

  • Page 97

    Owner Satisfacture Your satisfaction and goodwill are important to your dealer and to us. The details of all Honda warranties are explaned in the Distributor's Limote Warranty. Normally, any problems with the product will be handled by your dealer's service department.

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