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V4 Rosso

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About V4 Rosso

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  1. Minor flooding

    What Lorne said: '00-'01 VFR800Fi mirrors.
  2. Minor flooding

    Correct, it is a '93. Nothing to worry about the bike tipping over in the sand as it is parked on a (partly flooded) agricultural road that is made of concrete.
  3. Also on the north side of the river
  4. Windmill Groot-Ammers

    From the album RC36

  5. RC36

    Various pics of my 1993 RC36
  6. Sluis Amerongen

    From the album RC36

  7. Noah's Ark

    From the album RC36

    Stumbled upon Noah's Ark today near the Port of Rotterdam. Well, not the real one but a (full scale?) replica.
  8. Culemborg railroad bridge

    From the album RC36

  9. Various images

  10. Big engine repair!

    Not in this case as your engine has not run since you worked on it. A compression loss can indicate valve damage and it should be visible on the pics that a valve is not properly seated flush against the valve seat when closed. Also you should be able to see, on both the valve and piston, where they have made contact. As you said, nowhere in the manual does it say to put the piston in TDC. Also the question is which one as when you have one at TDC the adjacent piston is at BDC. Looking at the pics in the service manual I too wonder how the chain can jump a tooth with the chain guides still in place.
  11. Big engine repair!

    By using a borescope it only takes a few minutes to inspect the valves and seats. He only needs to remove the spark plugs.
  12. Before I do something stupid..

    The caliper bracket is aluminum too, isn't it? The pressure below the bolt head will almost double, I would not feel comfortable using these bolts.
  13. A Honda V4 race Replica

    Stunning piece of machinery.
  14. Has Anybody seen this?

    Get the new Honda Riding assist package and take your dog VFR for a walk in the park.