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    2002 Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird Parts

    2002 Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird
    Tire Size:
    Front: 120/70ZR17, Rear: 180/55ZR17
    Spark Plug:
    IMR9C-9H
    Battery:
    YTZ12S
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    530x110
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 17T, Rear: 45T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-303
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    Tina (Atlantas, GA)

    Long Life
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    Low Dust
    Recommend

    Brakes are graat

    Put these on my VTX 1300, fits perfect and I seemed to be able to feel them after riding about 50 miles! So far, so good!

    Randy (Cocoa Beach, FL)

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    So good I bought another one...

    I purchased this same battery from MC Superstore a couple years ago for my HD Sportster and it has performed perfectly. So the battery on my wife's Sportster needed replacing and why not stay with a proven winner? Yuasa is one of the best. MC Superstore had a very good price, shipping was pretty good- battery arrived undamaged.

    Ryan (Troy, NY)

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    Works on 4th Gen also

    While not specified, also fits 2014-2015 models without any changes. Fitment was perfect and sounds awesome without being too loud. Saves quite a bit of weight over the stock mufflers as well. No power commander needed- little bit of decal popping at first but this went away after a couple rides and the bike adjusted for it.

    Steve (gruetli laager, TN)

    Long Life
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    Quiet
    Low Dust
    Recommend

    Best Brake Pads

    These are the only pads I use on everything,Goldwing,cruiser,sportbike,sidexside. My rule is I don't care how fast anything is if I can't stop, these pads get er done.

    Mark (Kent, WA)

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    DON'T buy Bikemaster TruGel Battery

    I purchased 2 of these batteries March 2014 (BMW R1200GS, Suzuki DL650). The BMW had a hard time starting when it was new, now that it is 1 year old it will not start. Suzuki was good at first, but now it will not even hold a charge to light the dash lights. Both bikes are stored inside and are always on a battery tender. Never had this problem with old school lead-acid batteries. Junk... just say NO!

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