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I wadded up my bike and I need the following. I have a 2000 Honda Rc-51. Can anyone tell me what years and parts are interchangeable?

1.) Headlights
2.) Headlight cowl and inner cowl
3.) Snorkel intake housing cluster
4.) Gauge cluster
5.) Cage for front cowl (fairing stay)
6.) Both foot peg brackets
7.) Front cowl and tail
8.) Front wheel
9.) subframe

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WOW, I hope youre ok. I know #'s 1,2,4,5,7 are interchangeable. im not 100% sure but i think all the other parts listed are too.
 

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Good to go on everything but the electronics in the cluster not sure about. If it just the housing for cluster, both top and bottom available from honda. Rear 02 sub rame and up consider and upgrade. Will need lower fender if going this route. Been down this road before.:banghead Hence the name.
 

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I have a set of headlights with the LED eye-brow mod already complete and installed with OEM blue/orange leads for OEM turnsignal connections I'm considering selling for the right price.

email me at [email protected] if your interested and I can send you pics and more details etc.

By the way, where did you wad it? Glad your OK.

Stunna
 

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I have an SP2 front wheel I could let go. it has a slight scrape on the edge but is perfectly straight. I will dismount my tire that is messed up and clean the lip up for you.
how does 200 sound? I was going to keep it as a spare since they seem to be very spendy but I got a divorce attorney to pay for so spare are going away...
I also so have a set of parts forks if you need any fork parts that are savable from mine.

I am in Lakeville.


and to stunna I know he wrecked on the tri state boogie but not sure what road he was on.
 

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I have a straight subframe from my 2000. PM me and we can get a deal together.
 

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Thanks everybody. Suprisingly I am fine. Pulled a muscle in leg and pretty sure I cracked many ribs. Other than that and bike all is well. Rc caught the rath of it. Was a insane ride to say least. Its honestly kinda hard to believe I walked it off and got as lucky as I did really. Just to give you a taste I will say culvert and rock cliffs in Houston mn got best of me and my RC!!! I was on the tri state boogie if anyone has heard of that ride.

WOW, I hope youre ok. I know #'s 1,2,4,5,7 are interchangeable. im not 100% sure but i think all the other parts listed are too.
 

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Like Tarmacslider said , the SP2 subframe is interchangable if you also get the SP2 rear fender but the SP1 ECM is way at the back of the fender... not like the SP2 which is under the seat next to the battery (different rear wire harness). So its best to get the SP1 rear subframe unless you are prepared to do some modding. Alternatelly you can just secure your ECM some other way. Personnaly I like the SP2 subframe better and one of these days I'll finally figure out how to graft it (correctly) onto my SP1. Good luck.
 

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We can fix this "RIGHT GUYS"

Told you the all the good people are here to help.;)

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Thanks everybody. Suprisingly I am fine. Pulled a muscle in leg and pretty sure I cracked many ribs. Other than that and bike all is well. Rc caught the rath of it. Was a insane ride to say least. Its honestly kinda hard to believe I walked it off and got as lucky as I did really. Just to give you a taste I will say culvert and rock cliffs in Houston mn got best of me and my RC!!! I was on the tri state boogie if anyone has heard of that ride.
Ive never heard of the tri-state boogie before but it sounds like a blast!
 

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with the rim bent like that, make sure you have your brake rotors mic'd :twocents
they're probably out of spec and need to be replaced. when i had my little "gravity-induced close encounter of the paved kind" :eek: , i tweaked the rim, which tweaked the rotors out of state inspection tolerance :banghead

they could have been lathed true, they were that close, but it was a good justification for state farm to buy me Galfer wave rotors (lighter and stupid-cool looking) :woot:

either way, glad you're okay (relatively speaking, it could have been a LOT worse). unfortunately, i've already ponied up all my spares that would have been useful / usable to help other members get back on after their get-offs... hit up Glen (rothmans) or Ben (bensexcessbikes)... they may have some stuff laying around to get you back up and running way cheaper than new stuff.

nothing gets you over that last ride like the next one, so good luck getting the little piggy steamin' again.
-mike
 

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Looks like that front rim is from a 929 or 954. If that is the case then you're in luck are they are considerably less expensive than the RC rims. 'Might' have to swap out bearings and inner spacer, but short of that it you'll be able to save a lot of money on the rim.



BTW, that subframe looks close enough to be able to be salvaged. Its hard to tell from the angle of the pics, but if it is tweaked a little you should be able to get it back in place without to much hassle.
 

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so a 02 sp2 subframe will fit my 2000? Any ideas if front wheel will also? Thanks


Good to go on everything but the electronics in the cluster not sure about. If it just the housing for cluster, both top and bottom available from honda. Rear 02 sub rame and up consider and upgrade. Will need lower fender if going this route. Been down this road before.:banghead Hence the name.
 

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Will the sp2 wheel fit my sp1???

I have an SP2 front wheel I could let go. it has a slight scrape on the edge but is perfectly straight. I will dismount my tire that is messed up and clean the lip up for you.
how does 200 sound? I was going to keep it as a spare since they seem to be very spendy but I got a divorce attorney to pay for so spare are going away...
I also so have a set of parts forks if you need any fork parts that are savable from mine.

I am in Lakeville.


and to stunna I know he wrecked on the tri state boogie but not sure what road he was on.
 

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Not even knowing the deal on subframe I mounted my ecm or ecu like the sp2 right by battery so already got the mod done I guess. I plan to re route a lot and re secure components anyways. Thanks

I have an SP2 front wheel I could let go. it has a slight scrape on the edge but is perfectly straight. I will dismount my tire that is messed up and clean the lip up for you.
how does 200 sound? I was going to keep it as a spare since they seem to be very spendy but I got a divorce attorney to pay for so spare are going away...
I also so have a set of parts forks if you need any fork parts that are savable from mine.

I am in Lakeville.


and to stunna I know he wrecked on the tri state boogie but not sure what road he was on.
Like Tarmacslider said , the SP2 subframe is interchangable if you also get the SP2 rear fender but the SP1 ECM is way at the back of the fender... not like the SP2 which is under the seat next to the battery (different rear wire harness). So its best to get the SP1 rear subframe unless you are prepared to do some modding. Alternatelly you can just secure your ECM some other way. Personnaly I like the SP2 subframe better and one of these days I'll finally figure out how to graft it (correctly) onto my SP1. Good luck.
 

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Thanks again Tom. I found a guy on here by the screen name of drejohn1. He says he is parting out a 02 sp2. He has the snorkel, front wheel, front cowl, stock rear sets, guage cluster, and headlights and maybe something else I am forgetting? Can anyone attest for this guy? He called me from his cell on ine today. I will pay through paypal. All sounds fine. Thanks again

Told you the all the good people are here to help.;)

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I bought bike used so no idea on rim. It looks like same style as back? Not sure though. All I know is when I replace it I want same style and would be nice to know if in fact is a rc or 954 wheel or what? Also if I could salvage swingarm would save me a bunch of time and money. Anyone local help with this or point me in right direction? Thanks

Looks like that front rim is from a 929 or 954. If that is the case then you're in luck are they are considerably less expensive than the RC rims. 'Might' have to swap out bearings and inner spacer, but short of that it you'll be able to save a lot of money on the rim.



BTW, that subframe looks close enough to be able to be salvaged. Its hard to tell from the angle of the pics, but if it is tweaked a little you should be able to get it back in place without to much hassle.
 
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