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I see reference to some of the mileage members have on their 919's. If you have more than 30,000 miles (approx. 48,000 km) post up your numbers. If you know stories of former WT member racking up miles, post them too.

I would also be interested in hearing if there are any wear items to be watchful for and when to watch out for them. Everyone says we have bikes that keep on ticking. For how long?

I've only got 12,000 on mine, so I'm disqualified.

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37,000 miles-

A couple of shims required at the 32K valve check
Wheel bearing at 37K
Chain replaced at 24K
Brake pad replaced at 31K

Other than that gas n oil
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Good start to the thread, Mike. Exactly the type of info I was hoping for.

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45,486 miles

Same wheel bearing as previously mentioned
no valves needed yet
Through second chain already
Brakes pads
the normal stuff

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45,486 miles

Same wheel bearing as previously mentioned
no valves needed yet
Through second chain already
Brakes pads
the normal stuff
I'm at 8,000 and my chain is crap.

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11,xxx On my 919 but have put on roughly 52,000 on street bikes + who knows on dirtbikes growing up.

I think it is pretty amazing how many miles the 919 takes with minimum maintenance! The 919 is a marvel!

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thanks to an incident with a van i didn't have a gauge cluster for a year ad a half. I calculate on the low ball that i put 24,000 miles on it during that time that was just taking it to work and back not pleasure and the other things i did. it had 1400 when the gauges got lost the new ODO shows just under 9000 i put those on in December this year. Would worry about it but I'll run it into the ground like every thing else i own. it'll be a while but I haven't sold a vehicle yet scrapped a few but haven't sold one.

there's at least 30k but probably closer to 40k I take the bike whenever i can . Ifi have to purchase or pick up a large item in the truck or van i will find everything else i can't get on the bike and do it that day also. I also buy groceries either in bulk or small enough for a pillion bag. or in bacons case i stuff it in my jacket in a bag of course feels good on a hot day.

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27,xxx miles as of today.
I'll be over 30,000 by the end of August.

I typically put ~1,000 miles a month on the bike.


ETA:
Add 980 miles to that.
I went almost a month with a bad speed sensor, so I have 28,000 - 29,000 miles on the bike.
30,000 will come before the end of July.

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152K kms. On my third set of bearings front and rear. Forth chain. Third set of pads front and rear. Replaced the front brake switch that stopped working. (All bikes use the same one Harley included). Forth headlight bulb. Third set of spark plugs. Changed 2 valve shims at 85k kms. Lots of fuel and oil.

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-battery
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-head bearings
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I bought mine with 15,xxx on it. I put a chain and sprockets on right at 30,000. I believe I replaced the original equipment. Nothing else but gas, oil, and tires.
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bought my 919 with just shy of 13 k miles nearly a year ago. just turned 18k yesterday.

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67,822 miles on my '02.

Two chains, four sprockets
Plugs at 47,000 miles
One battery
Front brake pads pads every 12,000 miles like clockwork
Five rear tires
Six front tires
Rear wheel bearings at 46,000 miles
Roughly 1,650 gallons of fuel

Lifetime mileage? Haven't figured it lately but the last time I did it was over 750,000 miles on two wheels.

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@ rob... more front tires than rears... wtf?

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31300m here.
Wasted 2 chain & sprocket set other than the OEM that came with the bike.
No problem with the pistons or valves.
Some rust in few screws but I changed all of it.
No problem with the bearings.
Changed the brake pads 3 times.
I change plugs at every 15k.
Still has oem battery in it...

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about 33k here, but the previous owner did 29k of those : /

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I'm almost at 20k (so I guess I don't really qualify for this thread) but I'm going to post anyway!

The Green Meanie sat outside for a few years before I bought it. She has new fork seals, is on her 2nd chain, and 2nd set of wheels. I'm pretty sure the only thing that she would have needed at this point would have been wheels due to age alone had she not been left outside. I'll let you know about valve shims if I ever get a roundtoit.

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I got mine back into service about a month ago after fixing all the ruination caused by an idiot prior owner, initial mileage 48.8K miles.

I just clicked over 50,000 today.



Sadly, because of my idiot previous owner I cannot comment on general wear items as he apparently did his best to ruin the bike, such as installing six quarts of oil, greasing the front brake pads, putting an underspec chain on and more. Keep in mind this guy abused it pretty badly and it just kept going.

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I'm not nekkid, nor am I Honda but my 10R Ninja 2004 is north of 48,000 mile.

ďI said I never had much use for one.
Never said I didn't know how to use it."
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35,000 miles on my 02. Chain/sprockets, brake pads and lot of gas and oil. Also one headlight, and lots of tail lights. Anybody else chew through tail lights quickly?

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35,000 miles on my 02. Chain/sprockets, brake pads and lot of gas and oil. Also one headlight, and lots of tail lights. Anybody else chew through tail lights quickly?
eh no... i did replace both bulbs when i got my bike at 3k miles... 10k miles later no issues... and thats running them as blinkers as well.

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@ rob... more front tires than rears... wtf?
Luck (or the lack thereof)? One practically new front slashed to the cord by a piece of flying steel on the 405 freeway, and the only nail I've ever picked up in a front, again almost new.

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With the exception of one rider, you are all reporting amazing reliability! The 919 really does appear to be bullet proof.

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at the rate im going through my pilot power 2ct's ... at 30k miles ill have gone through ~ 10 rears O.o! damn you southern california twisties and your easy access all around!

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'05 with 49 xxx km's all done by me.

Replaced:
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front and rear pads - twice?
tail-light bulbs
broken exhaust bracket
plugs, oil, filter, blah, blah, blah...

wheel bearings are next...

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'05 with 49 xxx km's all done by me.

Replaced:
2 sets of chain and sprockets
front and rear pads - twice?
tail-light bulbs
broken exhaust bracket
plugs, oil, filter, blah, blah, blah...

wheel bearings are next...
are you going to do the wheel bearings as preventative?

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are you going to do the wheel bearings as preventative?
I had the rear wheel off the other day and I tryed to spin the
bearings and they felt real tight at first. After spinning them
for a while they got looser.

Could probably just remove the platic shields and put new grease
in them but why botter for 10$ a piece might as well get new ones.

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With the exception of one rider, you are all reporting amazing reliability! The 919 really does appear to be bullet proof.

They're Hondas. They're supposed to be bulletproof.

Others may be faster or more powerful or more agile - but a Honda is supposed to run until the sun goes cold.

You want a glimpse of the future? Look in the Craigslist sites for places with good riding weather - see what the makes majority of 80s standards still around for sale are. The disproportionate majority of the running ones are going to be Hondas with Kawasaki in a distant second and Yamaha and Suzuki waaaay back bringing up the rear. The Hondas are still here (even the really weird ones that didn't sell well) and most of their competition isn't.

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They're Hondas. They're supposed to be bulletproof.

Others may be faster or more powerful or more agile - but a Honda is supposed to run until the sun goes cold.

You want a glimpse of the future? Look in the Craigslist sites for places with good riding weather - see what the makes majority of 80s standards still around for sale are. The disproportionate majority of the running ones are going to be Hondas with Kawasaki in a distant second and Yamaha and Suzuki waaaay back bringing up the rear. The Hondas are still here (even the really weird ones that didn't sell well) and most of their competition isn't.
its so true... i see so many CB400's 550's from like 35ish yrs ago, still running in great condition on CL out here in so cal.... almost picked up a honda sl175 twin myself... but was to slow to pull the trigger! HONDA F T W!

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Well, true to a certain extent, but can't be generalized to all models. I dug deep into the online 1st and 2nd gen Interceptor community last year when I did a VF500 project. Compared to what folks are reporting above, those Interceptors had a lot more demons, particularly with the valvetrain.

Of the 10 bikes I've owned, six have been Honda's. The ones that weren't were MX bikes. So I guess I'm a Honda guy for the street (and proud of it). They have been good to me (except my project bike, lol).

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No, it can't be generalized to all models, but the supermajority of them, yes - especially the inline four bikes. They're tough and they generally last damn near forever.

It's worth mentioning that nobody else seems to have come up with a longer lasting V4 than Honda, either. Most of the competing V4s died at about the same time or earlier than the Interceptors.

Put it to you this way: Despite the abuse heaped on the bike by the prior owner, I expect to get to 100-150,000 miles or more without a major issue.

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Well, true to a certain extent, but can't be generalized to all models. I dug deep into the online 1st and 2nd gen Interceptor community last year when I did a VF500 project. Compared to what folks are reporting above, those Interceptors had a lot more demons, particularly with the valvetrain.

Of the 10 bikes I've owned, six have been Honda's. The ones that weren't were MX bikes. So I guess I'm a Honda guy for the street (and proud of it). They have been good to me (except my project bike, lol).
That VF you're referring to is the '83-'85 VF750 motor only. the 500 and 1000 were not affected by the low rpm oil sling issue (fixed with an aftermarket oil sender to the heads). I know because I have one. My dad even bought a '86 VFR(first year of 'r') motor with electrics to do a swap. Instead we spent $400 on some new cams from Australia that don't delaminate.

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My 06 turned 39,700 miles, my BMW K1200RS turned 42,211 miles today.
I did 22,009 miles for this past yr. and 68,000 since I retired in June 07.
1. Chain and sprockets @35,000 miles= Loobman oiler since birth.
2.All 5 wheel bearings @29,700 miles =just for the hell of it, no problems.
3. 4th set of tires
4. Spark Plugs @27,050= just for the hell of it.
5. Checked [email protected],650 miles =on the money.
6. Brake pads all around at29,500 miles= just for the hell of it.
I have no complaints at all on the 919.

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I've got just over 80,000 on my "03"
I'll come back later(and a more uptodate count) with a list if needed,but really just more of what is already posted...

Guy at the Nest(WunTon?by memory) had over 100,000 on his before He traded for something else.

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Here's a big question!!

How Many of you high milers have the piston slap problem??

There is no question that metal parts banging together will cause wear. I'm wondering how the documented piston slap issue will affect longevity.

It irritates me so much I'm thinking about rebuilding my top end.

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Luck (or the lack thereof)? One practically new front slashed to the cord by a piece of flying steel on the 405 freeway, and the only nail I've ever picked up in a front, again almost new.

Rob
Yet another reason to stay off the 405

I was in California for one frickin day last week (20 hours actually), and 4 hours of it was spent in traffic on the 405 going from LAX to Pendleton. So damn annoying.

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I'm hovering around the 41k point...

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That VF you're referring to is the '83-'85 VF750 motor only. the 500 and 1000 were not affected by the low rpm oil sling issue (fixed with an aftermarket oil sender to the heads). I know because I have one. My dad even bought a '86 VFR(first year of 'r') motor with electrics to do a swap. Instead we spent $400 on some new cams from Australia that don't delaminate.
You're right, James.

Based the mileage versus maintenance reports of the 919 in this thread, the 1st gen Interceptors were relatively unreliable. I had a new 500 back then and it was great, but I sold it at about 25,000km. It's when the mileage accumulates that all sizes of the first gen begin to have problems, almost all valvetrain related.

The 500 has under-engineered valve springs (which are NLA to make matters worse). As they fatigue, valve float at high RPM becomes a problem and results in valve-piston collisions and subsequent failure. This is very common and why the general recommendation was to keep the revs down below 10k or so and replace the springs every 12k (SOL for that now). The 500 was also somewhat prone to hydrolock due to petcock and float valve issues. I have seen two 500's bend a crank in Ottawa alone in recent years. One could blame these on maintenance issues, I guess.

The 700/750 had excessive cam wear issues as did the 1000, but the 700/750seems to be worse. The David Dodge or similar top-end oil kit that you mentioned helps reduce the wear, but Honda had admitted that the cams on all the V4's were not sufficiently hardened or engineered for optimum lubrication. This was corrected in the later versions after the initial release with improved hardening and new oil ports in the cams if I remember correctly.

Incidently, for my 500 project last year I had two motors to work with, one with 16k miles and another with 25k miles. All cams showed wear that I would consider excessive.

I still love the 1st generation Interceptors and I would probably own another (as a second bike!). They were a unique machine. Unfortunately, they were not fully up to the high Honda standard for long term reliability.

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