Honda CBR900RR, 92-95
1992 - CBR900 RR N
|Famous Factory Shift kit|
inc: star, arm and spring and 11393-MV9-670 clutch cover gasket.
Add $20 for Hybrid Ceramic microbearing
EVO Shift STAR kit
The Star, Arm, Spring ad gasket kit.
The pro rider's "Night and Day" Advantage
You want easier and quicker upshifts, decreased shift lever travel, fewer missed shifts and wickedly quick downshifts?
We all do -
the kit that makes the difference.
Note about quickshifters
Kit includes the new Factory Pro designed
|Replace worn non-replaceable stock needle jets|
$280 + shipping and handling
to replace worn stock needle jets with new nickel plated Factory Pro needle jets.
cbr900rr Needle jets worn out?
High mileage on bike? Poor fuel mileage?
Bike runs too rich at low rpm because of worn needle jets?
Send in your carbs and we can replace your worn stock needle jets with nickel plated Factory Pro needle jets.
415 491 5920
Let Factory Pro replace your worn "non-replaceable" needle jets.
Better throttle response - potentially better mileage - augmented part throttle response.
|Carb Recalibration kits|
This was and still is the largest selling, highest performing
CBR900RR kit in the world
Use RTR-HON-8-04 $89.95 ignition advancer
1992-1999 CBR900RR only.
Easy to install and tune - no slide drilling!
Well known in the States as the smoothest performing kit available.
Use RTR-HON-8-02 $89.95 ignition advancer!
The premium "Ti ProKit". Easy to install
and tune - no slide drilling!
Use RTR-HON-8-02 $64.95 ignition advancer!
also available: -2, +4 and +6 degrees
This rotor advances the timing
+2 degrees. Increases part throttle power
- what you'd call snap!
For the 900's, it's the "suggested" advancer.
Other fixed advancers / retarders available, too.
That being said, the "04" advance is a MUST DO with drop-in Erion cams in a stock engine, adding 1-2 True HP throughout the powerband. That's power measured under load - just like the Real World.
ANDIf you are installing an AIrBox Plus kit, you'll get a nice chunk of additional midrange power with the airbox kit (+3 to +4 HP) - and if you use the +4 advancer, you'll get a nicer (stronger) boost at part throttle than the +2 will give - but - you'll only get +2 or +3 on top."
The best combination - is the AirBox Plus Kit and the +4 advancer
I bought the RTR-HON-8-02 for my Honda CBR 900RR.
This is simply the best thing and easiest thing I have ever done to
my bike! Everybody I ride with wants to know what I did to make my 9RR
so much more snappy in the mid range. And I gladly tell them about your
timing advance kits. And next on my list is your evo shift kit! I was
wondering if I could get some stickers to put on my track day plastics.
If needed I can send a SASE to you. My address is Sylvia Kansas. Thank
you very much!
|Hybrid Ceramic Wheel Bearings|
Hybrid Ceramic intro special
4 bearing kit
front and rear wheel bearing set
Hybrid Ceramic Wheel Bearings
4 bearing set
2 front wheel bearings
2 rear wheel bearings
(does not include sprocket carrier bearing)
Tough steel races and almost friction free ceramic balls.
Bearings have rubber seals that are easy to remove if desired.
||Cover set for the 900 to 95. Absolutely the strongest covers you can buy - and has the highest strength / weight ratio available! Individual replacement cover parts available direct from Factory.|
Andrew Pranck, Netherlands - CBR900RR - MotoPro
|Subject: Thanks!!! Airbox
Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2001 19:30:57 +0100
Organization: Eircom Net (http://www.eircom.net/)
To: "factory" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dear Factory Pro!!!,
Well what can I say, Thank you Thank you Thank you.
I recently fitted one of your kits to my Fireblade (CBR 900RRS 1995 model) it was like getting a new bike! I have had the bike for about 2 years now and I was starting to get bored with it, then on with the kit and what do you know its fun again. I fitted the +4Ã‚Â° timing advancer, did the air box conversion and went with the 140 jets and the needleÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s on the 3rd notch (down from top). It worked flawlessly, even with the standard pipe. I fitted a full race can (Art Full race) and the bike really purrs like a cat (a big one!) now.
Full details: ~
Honda CBR 900 RRS (1995 Irish market model)
Art Full race can (Muffler?)
Filter ~Factory Pro 2*Unifilter (as in Kit)
Needle clips~ 3rd notch
Main Jet ~ #140.
Ave Temp.~ 10-15Ã‚Â°C
Humidity ~40 to 60%
Altitude ~Sea Level.
Location~ Dublin, Ireland
Did all the work myself, it is no problem (I am an engineer by trade!).
I am now in the process of building a race bike, I hope to race the Irish ClubmanÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Super Sport 400cc next season. The bike that I have is an NC-30 (VFR 400 R3N 1994 model) Honda, and I would like to know if you make jet kits, timing advancers and air box conversion kits for this bike, if you do can you give me the details and let me know how I can get one.
Ireland (Full Postal Address: ~ 18 Seapark, Malahide, Co. Dublin, Ireland)
|Subject: CBR 900 list
Date: Tue, 22 Dec 1998 09:01:05 -0500
From: "Firth, Ian" <email@example.com>
To: "'Marc'" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Just want to add to FJ's message. I got a CBR 9 this Spring with a full TBR and a Factory Jet kit. I have asked a few questions on the list and am more a lurker since I get the Digest and much of the mail is answered before I see it. However, I have always found your answers helpful and enjoy reading them. You helped me with my float setup and the list answers, including yours over the year, set my jetting up well according to my seat-of-the-pants dyno. So thank you for being so generous with your time and knowledge, all the best business wise in 1999 and have a merry Christmas.
|Subject: cbr900rr APK Airbox Plus Kit recommendation
|Subject: cbr900rr RTR-ADJ-HON-8 Adjustable Ignition
|Subject: My Shift Kit Experience
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2001 19:44:34 -0800
From: "John Falb" <email@example.com>
Marc and Raul,
I just wanted to write you guys to say THANK YOU.
I ordered a shift kit for my '95 900RR and installed it with no problems. I thought.
When I started it up the engine made a horrible knocking sound. I sxxt a brick right then, I knew I fxxxxxd it up. The sound came from the head and the clutch. So after disassembly and reinstallation with no change I called Factory and talked to Raul.
He was very helpful and walked me through the steps to see where I want wrong. After two phone calls and return call back I realized that my screwdriver had been where is shouldn't have. When I first tried to take off the nut for the outer clutch basket I stuck my screwdriver into the crank/clutch gears to keep the clutch from spinning. BAD IDEA! I had bent the outside edge of a couple of teeth. I filled the offenders down and now she is better than new.
The shift kit works awesome. The feel is totally different and each shift seems solid. I know when it goes into gear.
Anyway, everyone has always been very helpful at Factory Pro.
Urban Myth: a K&N Air Filter installed into a Honda CBR900 will lose power
my 2cents. no k&n
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|The extension of the laboratory
for engines of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology was completed
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Edited to the tunes of Chemical Residue by Herbie Hancock.
Maybe in next rewrite, he'll fix the ignition timing and dyno chapters...
Otherwise great book with great starting ideas.
The little blue bible for quick references and little known facts.