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    CBF500 Specifications

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    ENGINE
    Engine Type 500cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin
    Bore And Stroke 67.0mm x 66.8mm
    Compression Ratio 10.7:1
    Induction PGM-FI with 34mm throttle bodies
    Ignition Computer-controlled digital transistorized with electronic advance
    Valve Train DOHC; four valves per cylinder

    DRIVE TRAIN
    Transmission Six-speed
    Final Drive O-ring-sealed chain

    CHASSIS / SUSPENSION / BRAKES
    Front Suspension 41mm fork; 4.8 inches travel
    Rear Suspension Pro-Link single shock with nine-position spring preload adjustability; 4.1 inches travel
    Front Brake Twin-piston caliper with single 320mm wave disc
    Rear Brake Single-caliper 240mm wave disc
    Front Tire 120/70-17
    Rear Tire 160/60-17

    DIMENSIONS
    Rake 25.5 degrees (caster angle)
    Trail 103mm (4.05 inches)
    Wheelbase 55.5 inches
    Seat Height 30.9 inches
    Fuel Capacity 4.1 gallons including 0.7-gallon reserve
    Curb Weight 420 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and full tank of fuel - ready to ride)

    OTHER
    Model Id CB500F
    Emissions Meets current EPA standards. Models sold in California meet current CARB standards and may differ slightly due to emissions equipment.
    Available Colors Black, Pearl White

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    Thanks for this. I tried to look up the specifications and I couldn't find a complete list of them. There is another post on here too like this. I don't know why I couldn't find it all from once source but either way I have it here. Anyway thanks again!

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    also 47 hp on crank guys and 43 nm torque.

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    It looks like front fork drain plugs are still too expensive to install. The bean-counting zombies won again.
    John, 1989 NX250 (daily rider), 2009 CRF230L (L'il Red Piglet)

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    Yeah This seems as if the front hand strain connects remain too expensive to put in. The actual bean-counting zombies won once more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsonder View Post
    It looks like front fork drain plugs are still too expensive to install. The bean-counting zombies won again.
    Its actually not that much more expensive than other bikes. The extra cost is worth the extra power and speed in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Memento_Mori View Post
    Its actually not that much more expensive than other bikes. The extra cost is worth the extra power and speed in my opinion.
    Drain plugs lead to power and speed? You want to share what you're smoking?

    Drain plugs do make replacing the front fork "oil" easier, though.
    John, 1989 NX250 (daily rider), 2009 CRF230L (L'il Red Piglet)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsonder View Post
    Drain plugs lead to power and speed? You want to share what you're smoking?

    Drain plugs do make replacing the front fork "oil" easier, though.
    ^^ lmao......

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsonder View Post
    Drain plugs lead to power and speed? You want to share what you're smoking?

    Drain plugs do make replacing the front fork "oil" easier, though.
    and then... it got awkward... Kidding! Great info OP!

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    You are absolutely right drain plugs do lead to power and speed. Thank you for the post!

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