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big bike mechanic in qc???
« on: October 16, 2011, 07:09:14 PM »
where can i bring my bike a honda 1980 cb650c? tia

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2011, 10:50:30 AM »

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #2 on: October 17, 2011, 03:00:26 PM »
thank you bro, talagang all troughout philippines...nagbabasa yung dalawang spakplug sa cylinder 1 and 4..baka piston ring, may estimate ka bro kung ganun pa repair? ;D

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #3 on: October 18, 2011, 10:58:52 AM »
I don't know yung costs bro. You have a great Honda custom. Considered vintage na ata. Hope you can find a good shop. BTW, to help lower costs, buy mo na lang piston ring muna para labor na lang later. Part number ng rings is 13011-426-004. Good luck!

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #4 on: October 18, 2011, 12:17:07 PM »
my colleague gave it, no muffler, and wrong timing, i have it checked at concepcion tarlac, and drove it from concepcion to quezon city without problem, all in all i have incurred about 20k for some other minor repair, including the fork seal. though it doesn't have papers, hehe so if ever that this bike be repaired i will just bring it to the province for good to prevent apprehension. the bike engine stumbles when the plugs are wet. and sometime it backfires. ill post picture soon bro, thanks bro.

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2011, 04:24:22 PM »
Ah ok, good luck with your restoration. Medyo mahirap lng mag hanap ng parts.

Dapat meron din tayo ganito..   http://www.cars-10.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/motorcycle-salvage-yard.jpg

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #6 on: October 18, 2011, 05:03:55 PM »
meron bro kay puti sa tirad pass st caloocan, kaso malayo at medyo mahal..

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Re: big bike mechanic in qc???
« Reply #7 on: May 25, 2012, 04:56:40 PM »
Why can't you enroll? It's easier and more fun to learn in a classroom. TESDA has a course called "Motor Cycle/Small engine Servicing" Eto matutunan mo:

1. Obtain and convey workplace information.
2. Complete relevant work related documents.
3. Participate in workplace meeting and discussion.
4. Describe and identify team role and responsibility in a team.
5. Describe work as a team member.
6. Integrate personal objectives with organizational goals.
7. Set and meet work priorities.
8. Maintain professional growth and development.
9. Identify hazards and risks.
10. Evaluate hazard and risks.
11. Control hazards and risks.
12. Maintain occupational health and safety awareness.
13. Identify appropriate sealant/ adhesive.
14. Prepare surface for sealant/ adhesive application.
15. Apply sealant/adhesive evenly.
16. Store unused and dispose used sealant/adhesive.
17. Prepare vehicle for driving.
18. Move and position vehicle.
19. Check the vehicle.
20. Select measuring instrument
21. Carry out measurement and calculations.
22. Maintain measuring instruments.
23. Identify/accessed manuals and interpret data and specification.
24. Apply information accessed in manual.
25. Store manual.
26. Identify type of lubricant/coolant.
27. Use and apply lubricant/coolant.
28. Perform housekeeping activities
29. Inspect/clean tools and work area.
30. Store/arrange tools and shop equipment.
31. Dispose wastes/used lubricants.
32. Report damaged tools/equipment.
33. Perform engine tune-up.
34. Check motorcycle/ small engine component system and make minor adjustments and replacements.
35. Prepare maintenance report.
36. Adjust/replace throttle cable/choke cable
37. Replace gasoline fuel filter
38. Drain gasoline fuel tank
39. Replace fuel control valve
40. Clean fuel tank/filter
41. Inspect/replace fuel lines.
42. Inspect/replace fuel pump.
43. Inspect air cleaner assembly
44. Inspect turbo system.
45. Inspect fuel ignition system.
46. Inspect engine oil level.
47. Check oil pump.
48. Check oil line and cables.
49. Check 2T oil pump.
50. Check oil filter.
51. Replace oil filter.
52. Inspect oil cooler system.
53. Check oil pressure.
54. Check/adjust/ replace spark plug.
55. Check/replace ignition coil.
56. Inspect/adjust contact point/ condenser.
57. Adjust ignition timing
58. Diagnose C.D.I., magneto/C.D.I battery
59. Adjust mechanical advancer
60. Inspect muffler.
61. Repair muffler dents.
62. Check muffler clamp, gasket and connector.
63. Clean exhaust canister.
64. Clean exhaust baffle pipe.
65. Check electronic/ mechanical power valve.
66. Check smoke emission.
67. Check suspension play.
68. Check swing arm.
69. Inspect front fork inner/ outer tube.
70. Adjust suspension.
71. Inspect suspension linkages (lower and upper).
72. Overhauling front fork.
73. Inspect motorcycle brake system components.
74. Carry out adjustment and repair.
75. Diagnose ABS system
76. Perform final road test.
77. Inspect tire condition.
78. Check rim lock.
79. Check wheel bearings/hub damper.
80. Check spoke tension.
81. Perform wheel alignment
82. Perform wheel balancing.
83. Inspect/Adjust clutch cable/ push rod.
84. Adjust clutch lever-free play.
85. Check centrifugal shoe/drum.
86. Repair clutch master cylinder.
87. Repair clutch secondary cylinder.
88. Lubricate clutch release screw assembly.
89. Perform clutch overhauling.
90. Check gear backlash.
91. Check fuses
92. Check battery
93. Check lighting system/warning devices.
94. Check wiring continuity/ insulation.
95. Check starting system.
96. Check charging system and replace components.
97. Check switches/coupler.
98. Inspect warning devices.
99. Inspect safety wiring/relay/accessories.
100. Check speedometer/tachometer, engine sensors and fuel gauges.
101. Inspect/check final drive components.
102. Carry out diagnostic procedure.
103. Inspect, check and service cooling system components.
104. Diagnose faults from symptoms and decide preferred action.
105. Repair cooling system components.
106. Disconnect / detach engine components.
107. Pull out engine.
108. Disassemble engine.
109. Replace/Repair engine components.
110. Inspect transmission components.
111. Replace/repair transmission components.
112. Reassemble engine.
113. Connecting external accessories of engine
114. Test engine performance

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