Honda nx650 dominator parts list

Discussion in 'Motorbike Technical Discussion' started by Ken, Feb 12, 2006.

  1. Ken

    Ken Guest

    I am about to totally strip down to the bare frame my Honda NX650 Dominator
    to repaint and it would be easier with a parts list to follow for re
    assembly. Anyone know where I can obtain one at a reasonable price UK

    Cheers Ken
    Ken, Feb 12, 2006
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    John Johnson Guest

    Perhaps I've misunderstood what it is that you're asking for. I would
    think that a combination of the Honda service manual and lots of
    photographs and notes would do the job. Do you want something like this,
    but pre-prepared for you? Are you looking for something like the Honda
    service manual but cheaper? Are you looking for something entirely


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    John Johnson, Feb 12, 2006
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    Ken Guest

    Thanks for the reply

    I have a workshop manual on CD its OK but not so clear on the pictures. I
    was thinking that a parts list will show every nut bolt and washer. I have
    2 complete bikes and will make one using the best bits from both so I shall
    have a large pile of spares. Just thought a Parts list would help but I
    don't seem able to locate one yet.

    Regards Ken
    Ken, Feb 12, 2006
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    John Johnson Guest

    Ok, that does make things a bit more clear.

    The factory service manual and the parts fiche are about as close as
    you're going to come to a pre-prepared parts list, and neither is quite

    I suspect that your CD manual is a low-quality scan of the factory
    manual; at least, the vast majority of the ones that I've seen for sale
    are that (or worse). Getting the real item will improve the picture
    quality. Whether or not the investment is worthwhile given that you
    possess something similar, I can't say.

    I'd still recommend lots of pictures and a disassembly notebook, no
    matter how good a manual you get. Add to that a big pile of containers
    for parts, lots of labels, indelible marker to label them, and you're in

    It sounds like a lot of work, to take notes on your disassembly, take
    pictures before, during, and after the removal of each piece, and to
    label absolutely _everything_ that comes off the bike, but it makes
    reassembly far easier than it might have been. Of course, the number of
    photos and detail of notes that you need depends on the project, your
    memory, and the quality of your manual.

    An example of this strategy in operation is the recent series of
    articles in BIKE, where Rupert Paul tore down a FireBlade and
    re-assembled it. It was called "Project FireBlade" and the article that
    I've got here is from Sept. 2005. He adds the twist that he cleans all
    parts as the come off the bike, as a way of speeding reassembly. It
    strikes me as a pretty good idea.



    'indiana' is a 'nolnn' and 'hoosier' is a 'solkk'. Indiana doesn't solkk.
    John Johnson, Feb 12, 2006
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