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post #1 of 10 Old 07-07-2019, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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2018 CBR1000rr SP1 - Sato Race Hooks

I just received my SATO race hooks and to my surprise when I took the plastic blanking plates off there are no threads. Has anyone had experience threading these for Race Hooks? Just looking for advice and or pointers.
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post #2 of 10 Old 07-08-2019, 04:43 PM
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Yes just get a tap and tap them. Easy.


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@tbsimmons picked up a tap and worked perfect.
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Yes just get a tap and tap them. Easy.


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Might you remember the tap size? Just wanted to make sure I had one.

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It was what matched the two bolts I had from a spare bolt kit. Size was either a 6mm or 8mm. I sold the bike so canít check it.


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It was what matched the two bolts I had from a spare bolt kit. Size was either a 6mm or 8mm. I sold the bike so can’t check it.


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Thanks. That’s all I needed.

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I thought when I checked a non-SP model I saw the pillion peg bolts pass though the subframe and bolt into a threaded plate on top. Perhaps just pass the bolts through and use a lock nut?

Then again I could have been mistaken.



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I thought when I checked a non-SP model I saw the pillion peg bolts pass though the subframe and bolt into a threaded plate on top. Perhaps just pass the bolts through and use a lock nut?

Then again I could have been mistaken.
That would work as well. Me thinks.

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I used a 8mm-1.25 tap by Dewalt $8 from homedepot. 18 for the tap handle. I also used 3-in-1 oil for lubrication of tap
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I used a 8mm-1.25 tap by Dewalt $8 from homedepot. 18 for the tap handle. I also used 3-in-1 oil for lubrication of tap
Thanks.

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