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RIDE THEM DONT HIDE THEM
UK.H.T.A Event Calendar 2006
28th to 30th April UK Club Visit to Dutch Club See this mag for details Contact Rolland Davis 4011 CLASSIC BIKE CLUBS SHOW MAY 29th STANFORD HALL LUTTERWORTH LEICESTER Contact Paul Cripps May 20 June 3 Dutch Club UK Tour See this mag for details: June 2nd UK.H.T.A. Meet Dutch Club in Marlborough Eve party Peters Contact Peter Vallis June 9th, 10th, 11th German Turbo Club at Freudenberg. Contact Dietmar Weinel email firstname.lastname@example.org Also let TurboTim know so we can try to get a group together. June 23rd arrive eve, 24th 25th UK.H.T.A Summer Event Weekend. Not to be missed contact Peter Vallis or email email@example.com July 27 Wed: Classics on the Common (Harpenden) Contact Pat Hughes or email Patrick.Hughes@btinternet.com August 25 to 28th Honda First Turbo Club 20th Anniversary meet Ermelo Holland: Contact Adrie Mol firstname.lastname@example.org / or TurboTim DETLING CLASSIC BIKE SHOW KENT COUNTY SHOWGROUND DETLING KENT Sept 30th Saturday, 1st Oct SUNDAY Contact Paul Cripps MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS CLASSIC BIKE SHOW STAFFORD Show ground Oct 14th SAT and 15th Sunday Contact Paul Cripps For all Bike Shows contact Paul Cripps for more details: email@example.com Or call 01795 428558. TurboTim Drag Racing 2006: SuperTwins STM For more information contact TurboTim, for dates and details of all comers Run What You Brung events. Tim@turbotim.demon.co.uk Or call 01202 424556. Or mobile 07770 542685
THE UNKNOWN WELDER AWARD
Mary Baker kindly donated this trophy from her late husband Alans extensive trophy collection. Marys original intention was that it should be her donation to the charity auction held at the BBQ last July. However your committee decided it was far too good and interesting to be owned by one person. The history of this trophy is that Alan did not win it for his racing exploits. It was in fact made up and presented to him by his brother in law David Kirby. David, also an ex road racer and first class engineer, acquired a restoration race bike project which on closer inspection was found to have a number of previous owner improvements. David was so horrified by the quality of the improvements that he mounted this typical example and presented it to Alan.
Henceforth the Unknown Welder will be awarded annually to the club member who is judged to have made the: Best engineering contribution to the continued running of our classic OBRUTs Nominations please to either Turbo Tim or the club website.
In Memory of Alan Baker
UKHTA Members Members Alan Stanton Allan Roberts Barry Hatton Bill Hine Brian O'Keeffe Chris Pearson Colin Smith David Blair Dennis Downie Denton Punter Derek Sheane Des Baker Don Burrows Eddie Davis Gareth Williams Garry Moss Garry Tyler Gary Claus Gary Turley Geoff Mihr Geoff Steele Gerham Monk Graham Mead James La Roche John Burridge John Culham John McKendry John Rice John Richmond Ko Maljaars Martin Ireland Martin Merrington Mary Baker Neil Shakespeare Nick Richards Pat Hughes Paul Cripps Paul Maycock Paul Richardson Peter Vallis R Sanderson Ramona Green Richard Bailey Richard Board Rob Davis Roland Davis Stewart Brown Terence Tully Tim Boutle TOTAL
April 2006 mag 12 members e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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The Honda First Turbo 1st Club (Holland) 20th Anniversary UK Tour John o Groats to Lands End
This is the 20th Anniversary Run for our Dutch friends lets make them as welcome as we can and offer them any help they may require. The UK.H.T.A has only 40 members but we are spread from Scotland to the South coast, so lets join in! Saturday 20th of May 16.00 hours departure from IJmuiden to Newcastle (arrival next day at 10.00 am Sunday 21st may Newcastle) Sunday 21st of May Newcastle to Blair Athol Monday 22nd of May Blair Athol to John Groats Tuesday 23rd of May John Groats to Ullapool Wednesday 24th of May Ullapool (free day) Thursday 25th of May Ullapool to Oban Friday 26th of May Oban to Castle Douglas Saturday 27th of May Castle Douglas to Keswick / Lake District Sunday 28th of May Keswick / Lake District (free day) Monday 29th of May Keswick to Betws-Y-Coed / Wales Tuesday 30th of May Betws-Y-Coed near Weston-Super-M Wednesday 31st of May Weston-Super-M near Lands End Thursday 1st of June Lands End Direction of Marlborourgh nd Marlboro 12.noon Meet UK.H.T.A Friday 2 of June Both Clubs ride from Marlborourgh to near Hemel Hempstead to the Peter Vallis Club Venue for the End of tour Party Sat 3rd June Hemel Hempstead to Harwich Ferry Port, and return to Holland.
Dutch contact Philip van Groningen: email@example.com
UK Friends, we have addresses all the way up to Castle Douglas. So were still looking for good addresses for the rest of the places. The Lake District is a problem to find low cost accomadation can you help? Somewhere nearby is ok as well. So we require a place for 8 people to stay in or near the Lake District in B&Bs or small hotels. Please help us with this! We are looking for Keswick area not easy! We are also looking for a good Whiskey distillery nearby Ullapool so we can visit this when we have a day of rest. In total 11 people (and 7 bikes and 1 car) will come. Seven people will do the entire tour. Four will at least do the first week (until Monday) and will then decide if they want to do the second week as well. Three will take a tent with him and wants to stay on campsites. We plan to meet Dutch Club in Marlborough on Friday 2nd June, at say 12 Noon then all ride to Peters house near Hemel Hempstead, via the Scenic route! (Jun 20 M.25) for the End of Tour Party on the Friday evening. Please let TurboTim know if you are up for this. TurboTim 556, or mobile or firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to join in at any stage of this UK Tour and meet our Dutch Club Turbo friends. You meet the best people on a Honda Turbo this is the Dutch 1st Riders Club motto. Lets make this a 20th anniversary to remember!
Ride Them Dont Hide Them TurboTim
The UK.H.T.A. Will have a stand again this year, I highly recommend attending this event. Contact Paul Cripps if you would like to display your bike on the club stand, and receive free entry to the show. This is the biggest gathering of Classic bike clubs that there is. All clubs get the opportunity to display and ride their bikes around the Arena.
2005 Line up Paul Cripps CX 500T and Peter Vallis CX 650 T
Invitation for the German TurboMeeting 2006 in Freudenberg
(This kind invatation is from Dietmar, his English is better than my German!) The date is the 9th to the 11th of June. The place is the same as the years before. The conditions are the same as at the last meetings. Every meal is organized and included in the price from something around 50 Euro ( drinks extra). For the possibilities to sleep the prices are diffrent. They are for one person and one night: 5 Euros for sleep in a tent. 6 Euros for sleeping on a madress in a big room (15-20 persons sleepingbag) 6 Euros for sleeping in a room with 8 persons (sleepingbag) Around 40 Euros for to sleep in a small hotel in an area from 10 km. Prices can change a little, but it is no big diffrence. The program should be the same like every year:
Friday the 9th
This day is only for arriving. Cake an coffee is served the whole afternoon. In the evening You get the traditional soup with sausages.
Saturday the 10th
There is the tourride with, we hope 40 bikes. It starts arround 10 oclock and takes 5-6 hours with a meal between. The distance is 100 km. In the evening follows the big fire and the barbecue.
Sunday the 11th
..is only for depature. We hope you will enjoy our meeting and we say:
Welcome to Freudenberg
Please give us early the message if You want to come. It helps us to plan and You to get the favorit place to sleep. For your reservation you can call Germany 0049/6048-3760 or write to: Dietmar Weinel Altwiedermuserstr.17 or email to: email@example.com 63654 Bdingen
9th INTERNATIONAL TURBOMEETING
20 YEARS HFTC 20 YEARS HFTC
Where: Camp house de Aalbertshoeve at Ermelo When: 26 August Sat to Monday 28 august
Friday: Arrival en welcoming from 18.00 hours; Diner possibility till 21.00 hours; Social till ???? Saturday: Breakfast, Motor trip on de Veluwe with some special events; Barbecue and a lot of Turbo talk. Sunday: Brunch; Motor trip in the neighbourhood; Diner in Harderwijk; Finishing the weekend; Leaving to wherever you planned to go to. TH
WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR 20
The location of the 9th International HFTC Turbo meeting is de Aalbertshoeve in Ermelo. Ermelo is a little village in the middle of Holland about 80 kilometres east of Amsterdam. The HFTC offers you a place to sleep in a big bunkhouse with rooms for 8 to 16 people. Toilets, showers etc, its all available in the bunkhouse. If you want to join up, please fill in the form, available from TurboTim, sign it and send it before the 10th of august to: Adrie Mol, Wielewaal 198, 3853 DL, Ermelo, Holland
Or by E-mail:
TurboTim Race Report Modified Street Class STM
Standing 1/4 mile World Record Twin Cylinder Production Turbo Motor Cycle
11.151 Sec @ 132.35 Miles Per Hour.
This was my Record Run at Shakespeare County Raceway
Since November 2005 I have to say my race bike had far too little attention. Last year 2005 was a difficult year with valve trouble on all three occasions when I raced. I have now found the reason for the valve cotters dropping out, when I have missed gear and over reved the engine. On inspection the cotter retainers were very worn probably because of the valve bounce I get when I over rev the engine with the Nitrous Oxide. The problem is sometimes it jumps out of gear when the gas comes on and the revs go off the scale. Despite replacing all the cotters with new ones they still popped out, allowing the valves to drop into the cylinders. (Not good) The solution is that I am having special cotter retainers made up by G&S valves, which apparently will NOT let go when over reved. I will also use the special new race valves later in the season when they are ready. So watch this space hopefully more to report later in the year. If any of you would like to watch the race bike in action give me a call for details
The 2006 UK.H.T.A. Brass Monkey Run 1st Jan
The UK.H.T.A, Brass Monkey Run took place today at Box Hill in Surrey. 3 Honda Turbo's were present, Turbo Totty on her CX 650 T, Paul Cripps on his No2 CX 500 T, and TurboTim on his CX 650 Turbo Trike.
Also present were Jez on his VF 750 Honda, and 2 friends of Turbo Totty, Sue on her Yamaha, and Rob on his Suzuki. We all had Hot Chocolate and Burgers in the cafe, and a good Turbo Chat. Most of this was focused on how to overcome the "Sticking Waste Gate problem Rob is going to give us some special Steele rod to replace the waste gate valve arm. Watch this space I will report on the progress of this in the next magazine. There were about 50 other bikes and the Honda Turbo Line up did attract quite a lot of attention. Martin Merrington was going to attend, but his Alternator let him down at the last minute. In all I had about 10 apologies for absences from other members.
Join in with us in 2007 1st Jan, the first club event of 2007 !!
MALVERN SHOW 2006
Well, the sun always shines at the Malvern show !!!!!!!!!!!! Usually. As my son Jamie and I left sunny Kent, on Saturday lunchtime, heading for the hotel, just of the M 5, the weather forecast was for a few snow flurries. Well, waking up Sunday morning gave us quite a shock, snow covering everything, oh dear. The three counties showground is about 15 miles east of the hotel, and with every mile, the white stuff was getting heavier and heavier. By the time we arrived, it was about an inch and a half deep. The van was unloaded; tea and bacon sarnies went down a treat. The outside traders were packing up already! And it was only 8.30, luckily, the show organizers opened up another hall, so the show was on, snow and all. Tim arrived with the Trike, so I was not going to be on my own. The stand was changed and changed again, trying to make one, 500 turbo and a 650 Trike fill our spot.
There were many trade and club stands, but the number of private entries was obviously down, due to the weather. " That sounds like a turbo dad " Jamie said, sure enough, Ramona and Jez had made it, shortly followed by Denton and John, Peter and Pat were not to far behind. Not to bad at all, 7 turbos, only Gary Tyler got cold feet (or would have done) and decided to stay in bed. (Sorry Gary!)_ Tim has found a Company who can make valves, and wanted to check if the 500 & 650 were the same. So out came the tools, and my old engine gave up some more of its internals for the turbo cause. One of the valves is the same, the other is smaller, but for the life of me, I cannot remember if it is the inlet or exhaust. (Probably the inlet).
TurboTim strips an old CX 500 T engine for valves:
It usually happens, that 1 bike or another needs a tinker or 2 at a show, BUT WHY IS IT ALWAYS A 650? See the photo, just goes to prove that the 500 is the real deal, not a cheap 2nd rate copy like that 650 thingy. TurboTottys Turbo getting a bit of TLC from old Jez !!
The weather gave us plenty of time for chatting, myself, Ramona, Tim and Denton about our up and coming trip to the German clubs turbo rally in June, at Freudenberg, something I am looking forward to.
For the weather conditions, there were loads of people attending the show, as lunchtime came, the snow stopped, and the sun made a brief appearance, meaning the journey home would be a safe one. The hardy UK.H.T.A. Club members and their trusty Honda Turbos
The organizers, deiced to close the show early, trophies were presented, with the UKHTA, gaining runner up in the club section, along with my 500 also runner up in the 1980`s section, behind a very nice Norton rotary. TurboTim collects the second place award for the Club Display:
Everybody left around 2.30, with myself and Tim loading up and moving of about 3pm. arriving home at 6pm. Those attending, Paul Cripps, TurboTim, Ramona and Jez, Denton Punter, John Richmond, Peter Vallis, Pat Hughes. Many thanks to you all.
THIS LINK Note All photos and text here relate to the 500, I am not sure if the 650 is the same but they do look the same in photographs, probably different part numbers. I decided to investigate and found that the rubber grommets either side of the bolt at the top of the link were completely shot These grommets keep out the water and grime and are very important. First of all take off both front callipers but instead of taking out the lower link bolt as you would normally do, take out the top bolt, the calliper will still come off and this way you have access to the grommets. Drop out the wheel and you have easy access. If you have not removed the callipers before, the top calibre retaining bolt (not the link bolt) has a plunger behind it which must be pushed out towards the other calliper, if it is tight you can put a long pin punch in where the bolt was and tap it out. When you re-fit the wheel dont forget to check the clearance between the calliper housing and the disc should be 0.7 mm minimum. PLUNGER
Inside the anti dive mechanism lug is a steel spool plus a rubber plug and the anti dive mechanism plunger. I decided to change all the grommets and obtained spares from David Silvers with no problem. As well as the grommets you may need new circlips which can also be obtained from the same source, however the new ones they sent me were standard circlips and not exactly the same as the originals. The new circlips do work but are harder to get in place than the originals, so I reused 3 out of the 4 which were good. If possible it is best to leave the spool in place as it is really hard to get back in again, if you do remove it I found that pushing the plunger in with a small screwdriver whilst fitting the plunger works but still not easy! If you take out the spool be sure to fit it back in with the larger flange to the inside. This is what was left of the existing grommets!! What a sorry state.
Here you can see the spool in place ready for the grommet to be put in place
Each grommet has a circlip which should be fitted into a moulded groove, I found it easier to fit the circlip first then fit the grommet over the spool. The original circlip is on the left (no circlip plier holes) and the new one from David Silvers on the right. Part number on the packet.
Grommet with part number
Circlip being pushed home
Place the grommet over the spool and push the circlip into the counterbore, I found it easy to fit one end of the circlip in and then "run round" the clip with a small screwdriver, take care or you will puncture the grommet and ruin it. The grommet and clip must be firmly seated in the bottom of the counterbore so as to form a seal. This is the finished job! Except for fitting the speedo cable which has a broken end! new one on order
Now on to the next job.fitting a new light switch so I can switch them on and off when I want to, my bike is an American import with the headlight permanently on
Happy and safe riding Patrick Hughes
7019 Conoly Way Tifton, Georgia 31794-1952 USA 229-386-8433 229-848-2219 cell Your Honda CXTurbo Specialist
CXTCs parts & Accessories, Inc.
April 18, 2006
Greetings CXT Enthusiast! These instructions will help you install the K&N air filter on your Honda CX Turbo. It should be the last air filter you will ever buy. This K&N has a guarantee, and can be cleaned and reused indefinitely. Do not use an air gun to blow air at it or it will be damaged. CXTCs can supply you with the necessary K&N products to clean and renew your new air filter. Following these installation instructions carefully will avoid difficulties and ensure trouble-free service from your CXTurbo. It is advisable to take your time and have a shop manual handy to refer to if certain procedures become difficult. A person with average mechanical skills and a fair assortment of hand tools should be successful with minimal effort. Feel free to call 912-386-8433 or e-mail me for technical assistance should it become necessary. Thank you for your purchase of another fine quality product from CXTCs, and the opportunity to be of service to you and your Honda CXTurbo.
1982/83 Honda CX 500/650 Turbo K&N air filter installation instructions Step 1
Using a #2 phillips screwdriver, remove the two top bonnet screws adjacent to the rear view mirrors. Tilt the bonnet forward, remove the retaining tether, then remove the two mounting bolts, and remove the bonnet.
Remove the 7 small screws securing the radiator screen, and then the 4 screws holding the lower fairing panel. Place these parts on the workbench. Remove the 4 large chrome screws and plastic washers that hold the main fairing in place. Place a thick towel on top of the front fender. Disconnect the front turn signal wires. Carefully work the fairing forward and tilt down until it rests on the towel on the fender
Remove the black plastic grill below the headlight assembly. Remove the two lower mounting bolts for the headlight assembly using a 10mm socket wrench, and then remove the two upper mounting bolts (and the large metal bracket-650). Tilt the headlight assembly forward, disconnect the headlight bulb connector, and the headlight side light wires. Set the assembly down in a safe location on a table or workbench.
Anyway, enough of my rambling.
CX 650 T Gaz Claus
Connecting Rod Bearing CX 650 T Possible replacements
Dear Gentlemen, The Honda Turbo parts-commission has searched for replacement parts for the CX-650 Turbo Crankpin/connecting rod bearing inserts. Although not exactly the same dimensions they could turn out to be usable. A complete crankshaft connecting rod overhaul many times ends up in a grinding job anyway. Machining of connecting rod big ends, if necessary, is also not uncommon. And maybe even better; the Turbo inserts come in a series of three inserts while the replacement comes in a series of five inserts. The replacement inserts are installed in the Honda Varadero and Honda Firestorm motorcycles. The information regarding the dimensions is given below. Information/comments preferably to firstname.lastname@example.org Standard remark: info above is given with the best intentions and knowledge but without guarantee or responsibility. Sincerely Yours, Ko Maljaars, The Netherlands.
HONDA CX650-TURBO. CONNECTING ROD BEARING INSERT SELECTION.
CRANK PIN SIZE CODE LETTER A B
42.994-43.004 mm 42.984-42.994 mm
CONNECTING ROD I.D.CODE NUMBER
46.000-46.010 mm 46.010-46.020 mm
COLOR BROWN GREEN YELLOW
BEARING THICKNESS 1.494-1.490 mm 1.490-1.486 mm 1.486-1.482 mm
BEARING INSERT WIDTH: 21 mm CRANKPIN BEARING OIL CLEARANCE: 0.024-0.056 mm
HONDA XL1000Vx (Varadero) en HONDA VTR1000Fv (Firestorm) CONNECTING ROD BEARING INSERT SELECTION.
CRANK PIN O.D. CODE A 42.998-43.004 mm B 42.992-42.998 mm C 42.986-42.992 mm
CONNECTING ROD I.D.CODE NUMBER 1 46.000-46.006 mm 46.006-46.012 mm 46.012-46.018 mm
COLOR IDENTIFICATION YELLOW GREEN BROWN GREEN BROWN BLACK BROWN BLACK BLUE
BEARING THICKNESS in mm 1.497-1.500 1.494-1.497 1.491-1.494 1.488-1.491 1.485-1.488
HONDA PART NUMBER Front 13224-MBB-003 13225-MBB-003 13226-MBB-003 13227-MBB-003 13228-MBB-003 Rear 13234-MBB-003 13235-MBB-003 13236-MBB-003 13237-MBB-003 13238-MBB-003
BLUE BLACK BROWN GREEN YELLOW
BEARING INSERT WIDTH: 20.25 mm CRANKPIN BEARING OIL CLEARANCE: 0.032-0.050 mm.
The automobile branch also uses inserts with more or less comparable sizes, it's: User: Rover group, Manufacturer: Glyco Crankpin size: 43.000/43.007 mm, Connecting rod size; 46.666/46687 mm, Insert width: 21.610 mm Insert thickness: 1.824 mm, Material: F-M/TR20 Sizes: standard,.010'',.020'', Oil clearance: 0.020/0.064 mm Ordering number: 4-4130RA (+size) TurboTim had a CX 650 T crank re-ground and has used 0.25 mm oversize Rover bearings made by Federal-Mogul Ref number AEB4748 +.25mm 925 I do not know all the dimensions but measuring the insert myself: Bearing insert thickness is 1.85mm, width 21.47. I had the crankpin ground down to give the specified oil clearance 0.024 to 0.056.
The cost of these is very dependant on the number of valves in each batch, but it looks like I will be ordering 24 of each as we go to press.
Expected cost Inlet 24 Exhaust 24 16.00 each + tax 17.5% = 18.80 each X 4 = 75.20p 35.25 each + tax 17.5% = 41.50 each X 4 = 166.00p Cost bike set 241.each + tax 17.5% = 26 each X euro 44 each + tax 17.5% = 52 each X euro Cost bike set 312 euros
Inlet 24 Exhaust
I am doing this at cost to Turbo owners, which means I have to insist on the following terms to avoid loosing a lot of money. A 50% deposit on placing the order is required, and the other 50% before despatch. Post and packaging and insurance is also to be added as required Payment by UK Cheque or if by Paypal, add 5% also to be added to cover their charges to me. Please contact TurboTim as soon as possible, once the order is placed no further valves will be available until the next batch order is placed, and that is unlikely to be for 24 of each. If you order just one set of 4 exhaust and 4 inlets the cost is 491 pounds, this batch of 24 works out to a set price of 241.20 a very big saving, 250 pounds Contact TurboTim or email@example.com
Alternative Valve Guides can used from the VT 1100 C.F Honda Part number 112233 MGThe original CX guides are no longer available.
NEW HONDA NEW CX TURBO PARTS: By popular demand your club has had these CX Turbo Parts re manufactured, hand made for Club Members: The CX Indicator Turn Lens:
This consists of just the amber coloured plastic, made as exact copies left and right sides. You have to glue them to your old back plate, after removing the remains on the old broken lens. Available at 30 Pounds each + P&P for club members, and 40 + P&P for nonmembers. These are individually hand cast hence the price.
The CX 650 Turbo Glove Box Cover:
The original unit has a habit of flying off when you are flying down the motorway, and have been unavailable from Honda for some years. The new unit has a special modification to stop this happening in future. Supplied with lock and two keys Available to club members at 30 per unit + P&P, and non members 50 +P&P
For either of these items contact TurboTim On (44) 556, Mobile (44) or Tim@turbotim.demon.co.uk
Honda First Turbo Club (Holland)
A small article from the Dutch Turbo Toko, (Club Shop) I am responsible within the HFTC (Honda First Turbo Club) for the Turbo Toko, I dont know if you know the word Toko in English but it means in Dutch a kind of shop. In the shop we have a lot of articals related to the turbo, not really spares but more gadgets like T-shirts, Hats, Models, Mugs Books and Posters. As you know the CX turbos have bad stators, the original one will last for maximum 40k km or 30k miles, and a big repair is needed, the whole engine must be build out, al lot of work, but you probably know that by experience. We have developed better and cheaper stators than Honda, they will last much longer. Since we sell these to our members, no one is broken yet. We sell them for special prices for members; non-members pay more but still much less than original ones Probably you now the building model of Tamiya ,or have seen them in your local toy store, very detail scale models in 1/12 and 1/6 scale. In both scales are a CX500tc models, they give fun to build, but they are hard to find, we got them in stock. And we also have the big 1/6 model in stock these are very, means very hard to find And very exclusive posters, we have reproduce original Honda posters into a new format; 70x 100cm. Different styles, one with technical layout with of the turbo, one with a cross-section of the complete CX 500 TC. Very nice in your workshop! Don't think your lady like it in the bedroom. Red mini models (not realy detailed) scale 1/18 Also avaible T-shirts; Colour black with the Honda Turbo logo on the chest White T-shirts with a picture of a CX Turbo in action. Black hats with CX 500 turbo Original brochures of the CX 500TC (English version) Copy of original Shop Honda Manuals (CX500TC and CX650TC) Copy of parts catalog Original Shop Manual CX 500TC Magazines in German an French with interesting articals about the turbos Mug with logos and so on. And what about prices? T shirts costs just = 10 Euro, even as the hats Copy of parts catalog = 27 Euro Copy of manuals = 40 Euro Stators non-members = 155 Euro Models1/12 = 34 Euro Model 1/6 = 155 Euro You can also check our website www.hftc.nl and click to shop, but the website is interesting as well. For all other items contact me firstname.lastname@example.org If you are interested I can send it to the UK as well, Let me know if you need something, I will check the shipping or mailing rates and let you know, You can pay by paypal or cash
Get a new piece of rubber hose preferably a small diameter hydraulic hose (I was lucky in that I got this hose from the Honda agents) that suits the spigot on the engine and turbo, the wall of the hose must be quite thick and should not be easily compressed by hand. The environment where the hose is situated gets quite hot bear this in mind when deciding on the type of hose. Make sure you use very small jubilee clips, ones that are a good fit around the hose. If clip is quite a bit larger in diameter tighten it around a pin punch or similar object that is the same OD as the hose and form shape with a small hammer. Otherwise you might force the clip into an oval shape and the pipe will leak oil. Fitting: The exhaust manifold is designed to locate in the cylinder heads. This is very important. The pipe is actually flexible to a degree. Fit one side of exhaust header into cylinder and nip the hex nuts to hold it in place then fit the other side making sure it locates correctly before tightening the hex nuts. You might have to use a bit of effort to get it to locate. Use a torque wrench on all fasteners. Hope you come right. Regards Nigel (Jo'burg South Africa). Dear Rob, Lucky you to have a new turbo, the waste gate sticking is a major problem with this bike. Spares: Use Hex nuts designed for a car manifold, I used ones from VW , I think they were from a Jetta. Use all the correct gaskets. Get a new piece of rubber hose preferably a small diameter hydraulic hose (I was lucky in that I got this hose from the Honda agents) that suits the spigot on the engine and turbo, the wall of the hose must be quite thick and should not be easily compressed by hand. The environment where the hose is situated gets quite hot bear this in mind when deciding on the type of hose. Make sure you use very small jubilee clips, ones that are a good fit around the hose. If clip is quite a bit larger in diameter tighten it around a pin punch or similar object that is the same OD as the hose and form shape with a small hammer. Otherwise you might force the clip into an oval shape and the pipe will leak oil. Fitting: The exhaust manifold is designed to locate in the cylinder heads. This is very important. The pipe is actually flexible to a degree. Fit one side of exhaust header into cylinder and nip the hex nuts to hold it in place then fit the other side making sure it locates correctly before tightening the hex nuts. You might have to use a bit of effort to get it to locate. Use a torque wrench on all fasteners. Hope you come right. Regards Nigel (Jo'burg South Africa).
Rob Davis: I am starting a campaign to get the cutoff date for Road Tax exemption either rolled forward 10 years or preferebly restored to the original idea of a continuous 25-year cutoff date. I know that some Turbos won't quite make this age (yet) but I invite readers to support the campaign. http://www.elsham.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/cx500/roadtax.html Please pass this link to anyone else who might be interested.
UK.H.T.A TURBO FORUM April 2006
We must all work together to assist members to have replacement parts, which are not made, or advise which components can be used from other CX models which can be found in the breakers yards. If you have any spares for sale, or have any tips for other owners, Please contact email@example.com or call 01202 424556
CX 650 Turbo Plastic fan: Gaz Claus firstname.lastname@example.org
Honda CX 650 Turbo. Good condition much mechanical work carried out. 38 K Miles 2,250 ONO Call Julian Hadlow for more details 01233 501614. CX 500 T Complete frame Wheels, forks, and tyres, swinging arm etc. 150 Ono. Contact Paul Cripps 01795 428558. CX 500 T Computer unit for sale: Offers please over 100 TurboTim 01202 424556. CX 650 TD Fairing fixing frame main assembly 100 ono TurboTim 01202 424556
Turbo Mechanic: Tony Galea: Galea Cam-Chain Services, Andersons Industrial Park, Lower Park Road, Wickford, Essex, SS12 9EJ. Telephone 01268 735355. OWSLEBURY Crankshaft Service: Specialist engineer to TURBOTIM Race bike, can re line CX cylinders, and re-grind the crankshafts to take Rover shells. Re shape the conrods, re-face the valves. Contact: John Gray (Winchester) The following will make an identical Turbo mufflers for 200 made out of stainless steel 1/ GAZELLE tel www.gazbike.demon.co.uk(Haverfordwest) 2) o. s. stainless manufacture tel or www.osmc.co.uk. Staffs CX 650 Turbo Glove Box covers and Indicator lens. See write up in this mag for more details. If you are interested contact: email@example.com or call 01202 424556. Turbo Spares David Silver Spares: or www.davidsilverspares.co.uk I recommend this is the first call for all CX 500 and CX 650 Turbo spares. Turbo Spares LINGS in Norfolk 08702411361 They have some old stock parts Turbo Unit Repairs: UNIVERSAL Turbos Hants, Turbo Spares Internet = www.cmsnl.com Holland Dutch Spares Motor Bike Contact :Alphons Pouw: Call 450329 or: firstname.lastname@example.org (he is expensive but has some out of stock parts) USA Spares: Dan Toping CXTC's Parts & Accessories, Inc. 7019 Conoly Way, Tifton, Ga.
31794 USA 001 229-386-8433, 0233fax email@example.com Contact Mr TurboDan Toping
UK.H.T.A. Events for 2006 : The club committee would like to know what you members would like to add to this list! Malvern Show, Classic bike show, July: UK.H.T.A. Summer Event, September: Detling Classic Bike Show. October: Stafford Classic Bike Show. Contact Paul Cripps or :firstname.lastname@example.org
Turbo International Distribution
The following table shows the countries that received the original shipments of CX 500T and 650 Turbos. This is a correction from the previous list I have published, supplied by an ex member of the club, he did not allow for the Turbos sold in the home market in Japan! (Not many in home market!)
CX500 Turbo CX650 Turbo
Australia Austria Belgium Canada Canary Islands Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Holland Ireland Italy Lebanon New Zealand Norfolk Islands Norway Singapore Sweden Switzerland South Africa United Kingdom U.N. United States Japan Total Produced
|Signal-To-Noise Ratio||102 dB|
|Max Output Power / Channel Qty||250 Watts x 4|
|High Level Inputs||Yes|
|Bass Boost Gain||0 to +18dB|
|Output Power / Total||1000 Watt|
|Amplifier Output Details||250 Watt - 2 Ohm - 4 channel(s) 500 Watt - 4 Ohm - 2 channel(s)|
|Additional Features||Bass level remote control|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
|Brand||Boss Audio Systems|
MX-412D VGN-S5hp-B Husqvarna 240E CDP-XA3ES Radiance R82 MFC-3340CN - 2004 DCR-DVD403E USA 1310 ZL 105 VR900 GR-D225EK Powershot A490 YST-MS35D Architectural 18 PT-AX100E 2200 2250 BAR986HG Player V2400 Zoom 110 IP6600D CDX-4180 GPS 90 101735 SMX-F34 Dyson DC11 CL-21Z58MQ XC-P410M Optiplex 745 Optio T10 RX-V396 Roland MA-4 Messenger LV4747 P5L 1394 Optio W60 Voice SF-531P F1403FDS Yamaha M-45 AV-4000-avenger IIE V2 0 Twister CMT-SPZ90DB XL-UR5H ICF-C630 A 303 Ver111 Google Talk S3773KA6 U2-1200 AIR-SA20PK TCE7124 52SZ8D Madrid LS2000-1999 Zoom 80 ZDF304 CTK-500 Floxir RCD-W100 Yzea 720 - D WF8692NHS LBT-D670AV DMC-LS80 DMP-BD605 D1624 XE-A130 VGN-Z21xn B 42LC4R H1245A KD-D2 E8310 UF-123 SMC2862W-G SBO-5121P St 840 Quilt 50 Fishelite 320 Delonghi BAR4 MC707VM-S High T HDR-XR200VE Plus Wind GTW-P46m103 MP450 ICF-C707 DMP-BD80 Bench Notebooks LI2 800 Q1-F001 DV2000ST CME500 Cinemate PT-1200 Sbig STV WG5005R
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