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  • 1993 Honda CBR900RR Rebuild article(s)

    Just a couple of write-ups from Jalopnik by a guy who found a 1993 Honda CBR900RR in pretty good condition, then fixed it up/restored to like-new condition. It was already in good shape when he found it, and the thing has less than 1k miles on it so it's not a huge process or anything, but pretty neat to see anyway.

    Here's the one on finding it:
    https://jalopnik.com/im-going-to-ove...ith-1819709178

    And here's fixing it up:
    https://jalopnik.com/heres-exactly-w...br9-1819487774
    Matt J., Appleton
    2015 Yamaha R3
    Instagram- @motomatt_r3

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    Awesome! Now ride the piss out of it! lol
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    • #3
      So there was at least one more article posted. The guy rides it, but he doesn't want to mess it up since it's so minty fresh, so what he did was...bought a '94 that was less pristine but needed a little work and rides the piss out of that one.

      Fully faired sportbikes are weird. They always look old, or dated, fairly quickly. I like these though, so maybe just a recent era that I'm not really liking. Though some of those improve just fine when you take off the headlights and use race fairings.
      Matt J., Appleton
      2015 Yamaha R3
      Instagram- @motomatt_r3

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