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Old 04-26-2012, 06:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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86 honda 200sx

hello all,I am new here,I am trying to fix up an old honda 200sx and was wandering if there was a way to swap out the front hubs to run a 4x110 lug pattern and any shock/lift ideas for this machine.thanks
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I guess no one could help me with that so here is few more questions,does anyone know what is the recommended oil and filter and how hard is it to change the filter and i have been noticing that after riding for a while when the engine is good and hot the(I guess you call it the clutch) starts slipping a little,no shifting problems but the engine revs faster than the it goes,any suggestions
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The 200SX doesn't really have a conventional oil filter like most models. It has a screen inside the engine and it just has a piece that bolts to the end of the centrifugal clutch that you have to unbolt and wipe off with a cloth. The crankcase cover has to be removed to clean both of these. Click on the link below and you can download the service manual for more details.

Honda_Trx200sx_Service_Manual_Repair_1986-1988.pdf
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You only need two tools in life -- WD-40 and duct tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the WD-40. If it shouldn't move and does, use the duct tape.
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I guess no one could help me with that so here is few more questions,does anyone know what is the recommended oil and filter and how hard is it to change the filter and i have been noticing that after riding for a while when the engine is good and hot the(I guess you call it the clutch) starts slipping a little,no shifting problems but the engine revs faster than the it goes,any suggestions
Make certain that you run a wet clutch compatible oil,or else the clutch will slip,and go out...You can adjust the clutch on it by loosening the clutch adjustment nut,gently turning the screw ccw inwards until it stops,then backing it outwards 1/4 of a turn,holding it with screwdriver while locking the lock nut back down...Do a short change on the oil(change it,run it for half an hour,or so,then drain it again while the oils still good n warm will help clean out the bottom end including the transmission,and clutch)...As to a lift,you can build,or buy shock spring spacers which when installed on the shock under the bottom of the spring will only lift the atv upwards the amount of down travel the shocks have...How much you can pick the front end up before the shocks are fully extended..Maybe 1".or 1.5" would be the max lift on the front if that...If you want a 4/110 bolt pattern up front,order a pair of adapters off feeBay for around 60 bux...
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Ahh, '86 200sx brings back fond memories. Welcom to the forums.
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thanx for the info
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