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Saftey Wire questions? ...Check this.

If you're like me then you have NEVER saftey wired up a bike....Nor do you even know what it's supposed to look like.

Well after much searching I came accross this site:

http://marrc.nova.org/html_docs/rrs....ep.html#wiring

Here is another example:
http://volvospeed.com/Mods/safety_wire.html

And another:
http://www.whizwheels.com/Tips/safetywiring.html

This one is from Sportrider:
http://www.sportrider.com/tech/146_0002_hand/

RC51:
http://www.rc51.org/wire1.htm

OOOOORRRRRrrrrrrrrr....if you're a dumbass like me and didn't check the TRACKDAY Section then there is this thread
How to Safety Wire Your Bike : Guide and Write Up

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Thanks for sharing the info, especially about the banjo and brake line bolts.

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One thing NONE of these write ups mention is that you should drain ALL FLUIDS FIRST...this includes Brake fluid.

EXTREMELY ANNOYING when you've never done this and you start to remove one of the bolts attaching your brake line only to find fluid starts seeping out.

It goes without saying that you obviously remove the oil and coolant liquids but if you've never messed with the brake lines before...let it be known that those bolts have liquid passing through them.

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Ok...the Coolant drain plug I know needs to be saftey wired but what about the other three bolts on the water pump....do those need to be drilled too?



Also...I was wondering if I could just saftey wire through the hose fasteners or if I had actually take the fastener screw out and drill that.

Option 1 would be to drill the screw.

Option 2 would be to go through the hose fastner itself


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Whose tech are you wiring this for?
I believe only the drain bolt has to be wired, and as far as the hose clap either option should suffice.

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Here's their pic of safety wiring a wiring a hose clamp by itself (nothing to anchor to except back to the clamp)

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lol, thanks for the links RC2llV. The pic from CNI Dawg is really good too. I have to redo this on the next bike, such a pain.

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I got a link that is very good as well..

http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Guidance_Library/rgAdvisoryCircular.nsf/0/99c827db9baac81b86256b4500596c4e/$FILE/Chapter%2007.pdf

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I got a link that is very good as well..

http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Gu...apter%2007.pdf

Go to page 19 to start reading!
Very awesome link ChemiKaze, plenty of detail and pictures.

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I got a link that is very good as well..

http://rgl.faa.gov/Regulatory_and_Gu...apter%2007.pdf

Go to page 19 to start reading!
Great link Ben !!!

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Awesome set of links, thanks for putting this together.
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Sometimes it's easier and a lot quicker to buy pre-drilled for safety wire bolts, MOTO-D has magnetic drain bolts (Honda CBR 600RR is M12x1.5x15) and oil fill plugs (Honda CBR 600RR is 20x2.5).

Plus they have pre-drilled for safety wire titanium caliper bolts for Honda CBR 600RR and 1000RR.

For more info visit www.motodracing.com


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Don't be that guy who spills oil all over the track especially at every apex and makes everyone take a 2 hour lunch while they are laying down kitty litter to clean it up.

Check out MOTO-D's Honda CBR600RR Magnetic Oil Drain Bolt which is pre-drilled for safety wire so it can't come off loose while on track. It's size M12x1.5 for the Honda CBR600RR and CBR1000RR.

For a few bucks you could save thousands in track time!
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