I noticed a bunch of people selling Service Manuals for the RF on eBay. About 10 seconds and Google I got a copy of the .pdf file for nothing.. Here it is if you need it. Service Manual for RF600R. It's just over 17 meg so give it a little time to download.
Well this is it.. My 1995 RF-600R in Teal! As some would say.. My baby! So far I have made almost no mods to it. I have added a purple CaliforNeon Neon Pinstripe along the stripe, and the Suzuki Factory touring se at. I have no other plans for it at this time. I like them stock.
As of now, the RF is now on display as art at one of my businesses. I can't seem to run down the carb problems. Nobody anywhere near where I live can tune it and parts are damn near impossible to get now. When I get my flooring done at home, it will live there on a custom platform with matching lighting and Posters, my race jacket etc. I can't see selling it as it's not really worth a lot to most people. I have always appreciated the art of the RF bikes, so I'm happy with putting it on display. I'm afraid I have lost my zeal for riding. The distracted drivers of the world have run me off. I'm considering getting a dual sport bike for some off road riding, but it's gonna be a hard sell when I can get a really nice side by side. Time will tell. Perhaps in a few years when I retire to Costa Rica I will take it with me and finally have time to get it back going. Only about 7 thousand miles on it...
It seems that this the the most popular page on my website! Guess I should update it a bit ay? ANYWAY, thanks for dropping by.
I keep telling myself I AM GOING TO RIDE this year. Actually, I have had the beast out 2 times so far, however, on the last ride, i discovered that it's time for new rubber. I have my new tires installed now... Very Nice Roadtech Z6's from Metzler. Now all I need is some saddlebags.