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Andy
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2009 5:16 pm    Post subject:  


Pah! Bloody four-strokes! Laughing

I've always said an RC30 is the 4-stroke I'd own though!
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Smithy thinks his Rc's are tucked away in his old garage, but I have been over and had then away for my collection Very Happy

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 05, 2009 2:02 am    Post subject: Stored RC's  


Drat, there was I thinking they were secure....Shocked

Oh well....

Tell you what though, can you stick the 840cc one on the dyno again? I swapped out the heads and cams before I came out here.... Never did find out what it did for the engine.... Very Happy

With the big bore kit and everything else stock it was 123 at the rear. The std one was chucking out 102 on the same dyne...

Trying to work out how to fit a supercharger to one now Cool

Clinty, PM me, could do with catching up.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 2:38 am    Post subject:  


Hi there. I just sort of stumbled into here.


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Hi Rick, and welcome!

We're hoping it becomes the place for RC's! Wink

Early days yet (the whole site's only been up for a week) but hopefully everyone who's found us so far will keep the forum bubbling while we work on new content.

Cheers,
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 29, 2009 5:30 am    Post subject: Hello!  


Hello!

That's the short 'hello' over and done with!

G'day cobbers, sat here in Peth WA and am close to buying a JDM 30 from Japan, just waiting for my account with xe.com to be set up so I can send the funds.

Previously I raced an RC30 on the Isle of Man which is where I come from, and I also had a road/track RC45 (I think I sold the HRC race kit book to the site moderator/admin or owner? a couple of years back) I'm sure I sent it to Cornwall!

I chatted with Larry XLAX on the phone today and he put me on to this site, so thanks for that Larry.

Had problems with the registration, seemingly becase I copied and pasted the !Honda*RC45! directly from the site, and it wouldn't accept it. Several tries later and a manual input of the aforementioned sorted it!

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Welcome Oggy.

There are a couple of RC45's down here in Cornwall. So its quite possible you sent stuff down this way.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:18 pm    Post subject: Re: Hello!  


RC30 Bobcat/Loader wrote:

Had problems with the registration, seemingly becase I copied and pasted the !Honda*RC45! directly from the site, and it wouldn't accept it. Several tries later and a manual input of the aforementioned sorted it!

Sorry about that Oggy... but blame the retarded spammers! It wouldn't be necessary if it weren't for them.

It's easy to copy a space at the end of the Reg Access Code when you copy & paste. I will remove the italics to see if it makes registration easier in the future.

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Hi , I've been lurking around the site for a while now, much like I did on the Yahoo site,
I restored my RC30 about 2 years ago , it spent its first 3-4 years as a race bike , mostly at club level, here in Oz , from what I can tell. It was bought by a mate with the vision to restore, alas he didn't get around to to and he offered it to me as a project. Its my first V4, I don't get to ride it as much as I'd like, hopefully that will change

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Welcome aboard Chris.

Lurking is ok but posting is better Wink

Hope the site proves useful to you.
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Hi guys

I'm a Honda enthusiast from South Africa

I don't own an RC series bike but i have ridden my mates RC30 and it's just like i've always imagined it to be! Cool

I have a NSR250 MC28 Very Happy and race a BMW S1000RR Twisted Evil

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welcome tim

and theres a few NSR owners on here Very Happy
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Hello Tim,

There is indeed a number of us on here with NSR250's. If your not already on there best you find your way over to NSR-World.com and have a look at their forum.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2012 3:37 pm    Post subject: New member  


Hi All,

I rarely look at the Yahoo group anymore. That format makes searches very difficult, and following threads is a pain.

Anyway, I've owned my RC30 since 1994. I bought it from the Honda Australia superbike race team. It was last raced by Anthony Gobert and before that was Troy Corsers #2 bike in his title winning year.
During a maintenance refresh I found that some major work is needed before I can get it on track again. Primary among these issues is a damaged crankshaft. So if anyone knows where I can get an NLOB crank in good condition please let me know...
I tried using a stock crank but its cam drive gear has 5 teeth more than the kit crank.

I look forward to learning and sharing more RC30 info with the group

Shaun in Dallas.
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welcome shaun , sorry cant help with the crank

id love an NLOB 30 Very Happy
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