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  2. Rear-sets - looking for aftermarket CNC

    Stock brackets on the way. Probably arrive right around Christmas!
  3. Yesterday
  4. A rare, sweet VFR400R for sale

    Dudes got some other cool Hondas in the background too.
  5. A rare, sweet VFR400R for sale

    Nice looking bike.
  6. A rare, sweet VFR400R for sale

    I know nothing about this bike other than I don't have the $$ to consider buying it. https://newjersey.craigslist.org/mcy/d/1992-honda-vfr-400-nc40-v4/6418843517.html
  7. Handlebar Muffs

    Notice the duck-paddling..!
  8. New Shock

    Well, if you read the workshop manual, it should have a section on removing a shock, fitting is the procedure in reserse Try the Downloads section I'd say.
  9. Handlebar Muffs

    Columbian cargo plane exploded mid air???
  10. Handlebar Muffs

    What's all that white stuff on the ground?
  11. New Shock

    Hi all have just purchased a Daugherty rear shock for my 2000 reg vfr800 is there a guide with pictures anywhere for installing does anyone know? Thanks
  12. 2014-15 Fairing parts

    There are a few sites out there that carry OEM parts- here is one: https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/honda/motorcycle/2015/vfr800f-2ac-interceptor-deluxe/upper-cowl Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Sebspeed Clutch Window Mod Group Buy 2017

    Ok thanks, I’m just north of Toronto so it shouldn’t be outrageous. I will respond soon. Thanks, Jamie Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. 2018 CB1000R

    I like it. IF I were to try to add a third it'd be a toss between that and the XSR900.
  15. Sebspeed Clutch Window Mod Group Buy 2017

    Hello, shipping cost will depend on your location, could be $20-60. I'm in NY, so the farther west you are, the more it costs. As mentioned, international shipping will be discounted with this group buy, something to consider. Thanks, Seb
  16. Austin MotoGP 2018

    Well the tickets are purchased. Dad and I are going.
  17. Sebspeed Clutch Window Mod Group Buy 2017

    I am so close to signing up for this... just sourced an entire engine for $100 CND. Now to sell the idea to the Mrs. Seb, what is shipping like to Canada so I can estimate all costs minus powder or paint. If you need any particulars just PM me. Thx in advance! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. 2018 VFRD SUMSUM 4

    Booked #32 this morning. Dates look good so far and looking forward to meeting folks.
  19. Big Airbox Mod

    Sorted :)
  20. Hi lazyeye, Thank you for your donation of $15.00. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  21. 2018 VFRD SUMSUM 4

    Warm to warmer. Last year, we had a little rain (on the way there and 1 stormy night) but very comfortable. (F) 80° - 90° during the day: Shorts & T shirts 50° - 57° during the evening: perhaps jeans & a light jacket/ long sleeve If it's sunny - wear sun screen, hat & shades If it rains - wear a jacket & shades If it's cool - wear jeans, a jacket & shades If it's hot - strip down to shorts & your shades
  22. 4th gen Coil on Plug mod (split thread)

    The recent 5th gen COP thread revival caught my eye, so I thought I would update this thread as well. I have not yet tested anything with a running engine, so the "resistor question" will have to wait for a while, yet... As far as physical fitness goes, as mentioned in August, I did acquire a nice set of '08 CBR1000RR Denso 5150 COPs from eBay US (where they were "cheap, cheap, cheap", as Johnny, Mark, Denny and Peter might say), and these are just slightly shorter than the R6 Mitsus pictured above. However, after some more fiddling around with them and the Mitsu grommets, I think I can use the 5150s after all. They fit the spark plugs perfectly and appear to clear my radiator. There are two obvious issues, however. First, the Mitsu grommet ID is larger than the Denso COP OD, perhaps by 1-1.5mm, so the grommets don't really seal. That could be addressed by wrapping the COPs with some sort of thin shim material, or even adhesive tape. (Or maybe yet another use for large diameter polyolefin heat shrink tubing? Yes, I like that idea.) The other problem is that the grommet doesn't quite butt up against the head of the COP when crammed into the RC36 valve cover (as in the picture above), so in theory the grommet could work itself free of the valve cover unless it is somehow prevented from doing so. To take up the space, I think I could just fit an appropriately sized o-ring. Job done! [EDIT: How about heat shrink tubing shrunk over an o-ring, thus creating a rather OEM-like ridge for the Mitsu grommet to fit to?] But, this only works because I happen to have purchased a bunch of parts, including a full set of 5150s as well as a full set of Mitsubishi COPS, so I have four "extra" Mitsu grommets to use. Anyone else would have to buy two full sets of COPs in order to get one hybrid set to use on their RC36. OTOH, full sets of COPs seem to be plentiful and not expensive on eBay at the moment. Note also that a 3rd gen running OEM fairings will still require the use of two of the bike's OEM coil brackets, because the side fairings mount onto them, so the most aesthetic benefit from fitting COPS would be to bikes not utilising OEM fairings. Ciao,
  23. Still looking for one with Santa dragging a knee. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  24. RC36 dead wont run

    Try looking for a loose connection, + or - side of batt, both ends of each heavy(thick) wire..
  25. Happy Winter Solstice? Ciao,
  26. London calling...

    In hindsight I probably could have made the outward journey when the snow was fresh. The return journey maybe. The following day no way, the snow was rock hard slippery ice.
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