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  1. Thread: Bits needed!

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    I'd hazard a guess that you could get a pattern...

    I'd hazard a guess that you could get a pattern oil seal, if you can't find a genuine one.
  2. For the rings...

    For the rings http://jp-carparts.com/honda/partlist.php?maker=&type=BEAT&cartype=19718&fig=E&fig1=1600
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    Hello Kenny. Sorry we're obviously a miserable...

    Hello Kenny. Sorry we're obviously a miserable bunch here to not reply. Do you have a Beat?
  4. Thread: New ECU

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    Hi, there are tons of threads about refurbing...

    Hi, there are tons of threads about refurbing these. It is common for the capacitors to blow and leak over the circuit board. Replacing the capacitors and repairing the board usually does the trick....
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    If the rad is leaking you can often solder it up...

    If the rad is leaking you can often solder it up rather than junk it.
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    If you're in Japan then just get one on Yahoo...

    If you're in Japan then just get one on Yahoo auctions. There are always roofs on there.
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    OK, so mine cracked a few years ago, and like me...

    OK, so mine cracked a few years ago, and like me you probably found out that Honda have stopped supplying them. Eventually I bought a pattern one online from Japan, and got some relatives to pack and...
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    Now that is cold! I find the Beat beaches itself...

    Now that is cold! I find the Beat beaches itself quite easily in snow drifts (because the floor is so low), but on slippery surfaces the handling is a dream - its so predictable and controllable in a...
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    When I bought my latest Beat 4 years ago it had a...

    When I bought my latest Beat 4 years ago it had a problem of the error light coming on, but being weak/fady (rather than the light being fully on), and not having an error code. It was worse when it...
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    Hi Wild and Foamy, Unlikely you'll find anything...

    Hi Wild and Foamy,
    Unlikely you'll find anything local!
    Yahoo actions (Japanese ebay) have the bits you need, and you can get buyee to send it to you.
    Go go:
    https://auctions.yahoo.co.jp/

    And...
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    I had this same problem last year, and Honda have...

    I had this same problem last year, and Honda have run out of them. I ordered up a pattern one and had it sent to my relatives in Japan, who then got it picked up by a firm who properly boxed it up,...
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    OK, this could be a number of things: Are you...

    OK, this could be a number of things:
    Are you burning oil?
    Was the engine cold when tested?
    Is the ECU working properly?
    Are the spark plugs working properly - unburned fuel could give a high...
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    Couldn't jp-carparts send you one quicker?

    Couldn't jp-carparts send you one quicker?
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    I'm afraid I don't have a spare, but looks like...

    I'm afraid I don't have a spare, but looks like something you could fabricate quite easily to get you out of a pickle.
    19 could just be a few washers put together
    20 is the trickiest, but with...
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    Check all your bushes and linkages. I had the...

    Check all your bushes and linkages. I had the same problem on a Renault Scenic on which I'd just put a new wishbone. It turns out that one of the bushes was not pressed in right at manufacture so the...
  16. Try this rotor arm instead: 30103-P65-006

    Try this rotor arm instead: 30103-P65-006
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    Parts wise, I have found that jp carparts are...

    Parts wise, I have found that jp carparts are pretty good. If you have the part numbers you can order up parts from any Honda dealer (at least you can in Europe, not sure about the US).
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    ECU is in the driver compartment, behind a panel...

    ECU is in the driver compartment, behind a panel behind the passenger seat. There are about six capacitors that need replacing because they blow. Even if you think they look fine, they are so cheap...
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    I don't have any spares, but when I got a new...

    I don't have any spares, but when I got a new Clarion CD unit on ebay there were loads available.
  20. Thread: S660 in the UK

    by stu g
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    They're going for around 10k+ on Yahoo auctions,...

    They're going for around 10k+ on Yahoo auctions, by the time import tax, VAT, shipping, and SVA are taken in to account, you're probably looking at 15k. New base models (once you get past the...
  21. Thread: S660 in the UK

    by stu g
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    S660 in the UK

    There is presently an S660 on Autotrader (under Honda S800). I wasn't aware there were any in the country.
  22. Thread: Best ECU

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    I'd try replacing them again, and looking for a...

    I'd try replacing them again, and looking for a dry solder before splashing out on a new one.

    Failing that you can browse the Yahoo auctions site for used ones, and there are services which will...
  23. Thread: Best ECU

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    Are you sure its not just the capacitors in it...

    Are you sure its not just the capacitors in it which have blown? They can be replaced by anyone handy with a soldering iron.
  24. Thread: Stuck Fuel Gauge

    by stu g
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    You seem to have tested the right things, and...

    You seem to have tested the right things, and I've no idea why the cam timing belt change would have impacted this. If the wiring was disturbed I can't envisage why the gauge would get stuck at 3/4....
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    Engine Manual 4 9 Metal selection, mating...

    Engine Manual 4 9 Metal selection, mating
    Conrod Bearing
    Caution:
    When you change the conrod bearing use the table to look up the crankshaft pin and conrod marks.
    When you fit the bearing,...
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