2002 Works Honda HRC RC125 with a twist

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6/28/2020 3:56 PM

Building a Fonseca Honda 2002 HRC RC125/CR125 with some modern technology and modern works Suspension, wheels and brakes. Does anyone on Vital want to see this build? Also am building a few other full works HRC bikes, If you guys are interested I’ll put up pictures of those too. 1994 RC125, 2001 RC250, 2004 RC250, 2008 CRF450RW, 2010. CRF450RW.. But fir now my main focus is the 2002 RC125, So you guys interested?

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6/28/2020 4:04 PM

hell yes!

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6/28/2020 4:17 PM

Stop teasing us Matt!!! Show us all the awesomeness you got 😁🙏🏻

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6/28/2020 4:22 PM

Im in, post up those bad boys !

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6/28/2020 4:29 PM

Nope. Not interested at all. whistling

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6/28/2020 4:46 PM

Well since JWACK is not interested ! Sorry guys😫

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6/28/2020 5:50 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/28/2020 5:52 PM

Works HRC HRC cases,HRC ignition stator and CDI

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Works PC Kevlar 304 silencer

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6/28/2020 5:52 PM

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6/28/2020 5:54 PM

Added Bung for gear position sensor to the HRC cases Photo
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6/28/2020 5:59 PM

HRC cylinder, I have never seem so much work done to one cylinder before. Photo
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6/28/2020 6:04 PM

HRC 6 speed transmission, Honda and Factory Connection ran 5 speeds back in 2002 thru 2004. Also had all the transmission REMed tumbled and WPC coated to make it shift even smoother. Photo
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6/28/2020 11:09 PM

HRC Long Connecting Rod and special SRS Race piston .8mm ring

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6/28/2020 11:15 PM

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6/28/2020 11:18 PM

Have two different crankshafts one is a HRC crank, and the other is a 2007 crank balanced and coated fir the long rod and SRS piston. Team Honda and Geico actually used a stock 2001 crankshaft fir the majority of races . Photo
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6/29/2020 2:59 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/29/2020 3:08 AM

Nice piston, no cut outs. Nice raised exhaust floor and big inner radius'. How long are the rods? The piston seems a taller crown.
Don't see the point in a gear position sensor on a 125, but then again muddy races. Cool to see a port map and crank side of cases.

I'd like the tranny.
Thanks for sharing.

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6/29/2020 4:20 AM

Thanks for sharing! Really cool seeing HRC engine internals.

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6/29/2020 4:51 AM

I’m interested in all of them especially the 94! Love the 90s bikes!

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6/29/2020 4:59 AM

Can’t wait to see more of this! Currently building an ‘02 CR125 myself

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6/29/2020 12:25 PM

HRC Hubs, wheels and brakes Photo

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6/29/2020 12:26 PM

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6/29/2020 12:28 PM

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6/29/2020 4:05 PM

Works Showa suspension Photo

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6/29/2020 4:08 PM

Works Showa forks same as Roczen used, had them revalved for the 125.

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6/29/2020 4:11 PM

Works Showa Billet shock, was built for HRC 2006 CR250 it’s currently over at Factory Connection getting revalved sprung and have some 2020 works internals added yo the shock

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6/29/2020 4:13 PM

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6/29/2020 4:14 PM

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6/29/2020 4:28 PM

HRC linkage Photo

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6/29/2020 4:34 PM

Here’s my 2001 RC250 in pieces before I put her together

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6/29/2020 4:36 PM

Your obvious means to acquire these components is impressive in itself.
It seems like you just back up to Honda HRC warehouse/shop and throw wads of cash about as they load up your semi/van/Truck.
Just how you were able to acquire this stuff would be an enjoyable story in itself.
I look forward to those mid 90 builds as this is very near and dear to me.

Great job on sharing content.

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6/29/2020 6:48 PM

TooOld4WFO wrote:

Your obvious means to acquire these components is impressive in itself.
It seems like you just back up to Honda HRC warehouse/shop and throw wads of cash about as they load up your semi/van/Truck.
Just how you were able to acquire this stuff would be an enjoyable story in itself.
I look forward to those mid 90 builds as this is very near and dear to me.

Great job on sharing content.

I have been collect HRC stuff for about 10 years or more. I had some real good contacts in the beginning, but it was different then. There was hardly anyone around with the stuff. Now there are guys trying to make a business out of finding and selling works parts and the pricing has gotten kind of crazy. Also they are guys that are making replica stuff and claiming it’s real, it kind of sad.

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