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Spare parts to have...

Just to have and cut down the down time when something goes bad. I'm looking to start stocking some of the parts that commonly fail.

FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR
BOTH-16740-MCF-013

THERMOSTAT
BOTH-19300-MBT-003

STARTER MOTOR ASSY
BOTH-31200-MCF-003

PGM-FI UNIT
SP1-38770-MCF-671/38770-MCF-771
SP2-38770-MCF-A21/38770-MCF-L21

RECTIFIER, REGULATOR
SP1-30450-MCF-003
SP2-31600-MCF-D30
MOD RECOMMENDED

CONVERTER UNIT
BOTH-30450-MCF-003

COIL PACKS
SP1-Front-30501-MCF-E01/REAR-30502-MCF-D31
SP2-Front-30501-MCF-D31/REAR-30502-MCF-D61

STATOR WINDINGS
SP1-31120-MCF-003
SP2-31120-MCF-D31

PUMP ASSY., FUEL
SP1-16700-MCF-D32
SP2-16700-MCF-D61

CLUTCH MASTER REBUILD
BOTH-22886-MAT-E01

CLUTCH SLAVE ASSY.
BOTH-22860-MT7-000
REBUILD-BOTH
*PISTON-22863-MJ8-003
*SPRING-22864-MT7-016
*CUP, SLAVE CYLINDER-22865-MJ8-003
*OIL SEAL-91209-MB0-003
*GSKT, SLAVE CYLINDER-22862-MGJ-D00

FRONT BRAKE MASTER REBUILD-45530-MCF-006

FRONT CALIPER REBUILD
*SEAL SET, PISTON-06451-MA7-405
*SEAL SET, PISTON-06451-961-405
*SEAL, JOINT-45103-MR7-006
*PISTON A-45107-MAS-E02
*PISTON B-45117-MAS-E02

EXHAUST GASKET
SP1-18292-MCF-003
SP2-18292-MCF-D30

HEADER NUT
BOTH-90304-MM5-000


Any other suggestion on parts I should look for?

Thanks
James

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Being that you are in the community of RC-51 riders.. Your RC-51 or any other Honda isn't like a Ol' chevy.. Jap' bikes and vehicles like to be driven, ridden.. Things will break, yet not continously enough to the point of stockpiling spare parts..
Besides there are conversions on parts like R/R ....
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Chaos,
I understand where you're coming from, I've a couple of old Chevys growing up, and I've put 20k on the RC in the 3 years I've had her.

With our bikes already being out of production for the past 7 years, there is no telling how long parts will be available. Guess call me a "Dooms Day prepper" on this one. All the parts I've listed would fit in a shoe box so storing them wouldn't be a big deal either.


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Nobody is the President and leader of this organization (Sub is too I think but he is a closet hoarder)

You are next James....but if anything that's going to be hard to get is the plastics!



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Rectifiers burn out after awhile, coil packs are good to have, but the biggest thing is the converter units.....expensive as hell. Almost 500 new and i've seen a few go bad.

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Hi, my name is James, and I have a problem...I'm a hoarder. But its not my fault, I was born into it. Dad has always had a stock pile of parts. One day we counted; (1) 250 straight 6; (2) 4.3 v6; (7) small block Chevy; (1) 454; (7) th350 or th400; and countless other parts. It was great having that at home when I was in high school. I had a Chevelle (it wasn't that cool, it was 4 door) and whenever a starter or an alternator went bad or even when I cooked a trans. All I had to do was pull it off the shelf and an hour later the car was back on the road.
Now that I have a big enough place with a garage to store spare parts, it's something I'm looking to replicate.
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So, is there a stickie coming soon for the "manadatory spare parts list"

1) ECU
2) CDI
3) Plastics-OEM
4) Stator windings
5) Coil packs -or the 600RR conversion
6) Starter motor assy.
7) Thermostat
8) Fuel Pressure Regulator


Keep adding to this and I will look up the part numbers for the SP1 and SP2

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I will keep the frist post updated with a list and sp1 and sp2 p/n, long as we agree on the parts.

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My box of parts also includes caliper and clutch slave rebuild kits and gaskets. Cheap, easy to store, and like I found out a lifesaver when your slave takes a dump

Oh, and a clutch reservoir-unique and the can break in a whoopsie. Brake side is simple to universal fix.


Also maybe include a side note of typical wear items that can be found on other Honda models (discs, control switches, etc.)




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Nobody is the President and leader of this organization (Sub is too I think but he is a closet hoarder)

You are next James....but if anything that's going to be hard to get is the plastics!
Hey I resemble that remark!



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