Posts tagged XR650R Service
From time to time it’s a good idea to inspect your clutch bushing for wear. Wear can create slop in the clutch and over time significant damage to the basket. These parts aren’t known to wear at any accelerated rate, but next time you replace your clutch plates make a point to pull off the basket and have a look. This is what you’ll see when you remove the XR650R clutch basket.
Follow the directions in the service manual available on this site.
It’s a little small but is readable if you squint a bit. These are the intervals recommended by Honda that you service your XR650R.
I love seeing these types of diagrams. This is most likely photo copied out of the Honda factory service manual, but I’m not sure the exact source.