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post #1 of 355 Old 02-09-2011, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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Warranty Extension Notice for 08-10 1000RR related to abnormal crankshaft noise.

Got this letter yesterday from Honda. Anyone know the difference between the normal engine noise and the noise that causes this problem? I have had a slight noise from that area since it was new.

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Good stuff, someone mentioned this previously but it is great to have the actual info from Honda. Thanks for posting!
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post #3 of 355 Old 02-09-2011, 03:07 PM
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Cool but,
How about a warranty extension for oil consumption?


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How can you tell if you need to take it in?
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Originally Posted by cbrcolin View Post
Cool but,
How about a warranty extension for oil consumption?
Yeah, one can only hope. It seems that if they're doing it for this problem, which only affects a small percentage of bikes, they would do it for the engine ring problem, too.
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post #7 of 355 Old 02-11-2011, 03:13 PM
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So, if you don't do clutched-up wheelies or drag race, you're unlikely to be affected.
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post #8 of 355 Old 02-11-2011, 04:23 PM
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I got my letter on Tuesday. Funny thing about it is that my clutch side cover leaks the tiniest amount of oil after a 100mi ride averaging 4000-5000rpm. I don't think that has anything to do with it.. but I know I'm not supposed to be leaking oil!
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So I went to the dealership I while i was working in Oklahoma City this week, they confirmed the service bulletin on the crankshaft issue. I inquired as to oil consumption, since my bike started burning at 8500 miles, they said out of all the CBR 1000RR's they have sold, they have not heard of a single oil burning issue. I told them i have 2 friends with 08's, and all 3 of us burn oil. I truly believe Honda is telling their dealers to deny any knowledge.

Ill be trying to find a dealer to look at the crank issue now, since I live in NM and i wont take the bike to the Harley/Honda shop here locally.

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No letter for me, but no noise either. There is a bit of a chattering noise when I leave the clutch lever out completely while in neutral, and the noise goes away when I take up the slack. Not worried. Should I worry?

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