HRP Power-up kit

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  • Moto-Mike

Posted January 13, 2004 - 02:51 PM


I have a friend in Italy who seized his 2001 XR650R motor and wanted me to get some info on the HRP Power-up kit. Is there any where a person can get a parts list and/or a picture of what is in the kit? I called a dealer and they did not know much about it but were able to get me the retail price of $999.99 for the kit. My friend in Italy thinks that it would be cheaper buying it over here since he travels here occasionally for business. Any help on this matter would be appreciated.

  • qadsan

Posted January 13, 2004 - 03:22 PM


The full HRC Kit PN# is "06130-NLB-010" and it includes the following components:

Gasket, Right Cover
Gasket, Cylinder
Gasket, Cylinder Head
Piston Ring Set
Piston Pin
Clip, Piston Pin
Camshaft Assy.
Sprocket, Timing
Sprocket, Cam
Chain, Cam
Guide, Cam chain
Tensioner, Cam Chain
Lifter Assy, Tensioner
Gasket, Tensioner Lifter
Spring, Clutch
Spark Plug R7113-10
Spark Plug R7113-9
Rubber, Stud
Bolt, Flange 6x25
Needle Jet set
Jet, Main # 180
Jet, Main # 182
Jet, Main # 185
Jet, Main # 188
Jet, Main # 190

Here's a picture...
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If you really want some great performance for about the same price, then go with a 680 kit with an 11:1 piston which will still run on pump gas, stage 1 cam for more mid range power or a stage 2 cam for more top end, pumper carb, etc.

Here's an interesting article that you and your friend should check out on how the Honda Off-Road Team builds Baja bikes.


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  • Moto-Mike

Posted January 13, 2004 - 07:28 PM


qadsan-Thanks for the information that is very helpful in understanding what the kit consists of. I will forward this link on to him.
Does anyone know if the there would be any issues with interchagability with the European XR650R's?

  • qadsan

Posted January 13, 2004 - 08:02 PM


There should be no issues since the bikes are very similar. From what I know, the only differences between the Euro versions and here in the USA is that the Euro bikes come with different electronics (different headlight, regulator rectifier, different wiring of course, key switch on steering stem, etc). They also come with different gearing, different jetting in the carbs (but the same carb), performance intake & exhaust insert, etc. The engine is the same from what I know and that's what's important for the kit.

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