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Hi all I’m a new member to this club.

I ride a 1998;5th generation model and a BMW R1100GS .

I traded my blackbird in for the VFR and thoroughly enjoying the bike.

It has 38000 and comes standard apart from screen,came with scottoiler fitted and givi luggage racks which my top box fits .

 

Im in Scotland,United Kingdom.

 

 

Cheers 

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Welcome! The Blackbird has always been on my list of "one day I need to get one" bikes. 

 

Post up some pics. 👍

 

Justin 

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Same here.  There's a XX for sale nearby and I'm exercising all my self control to *not* ring the number. 

 

We do indeed love pics - both of your 5th gen and 'Bird.

 

Cheers

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Welcome!!

 

There's a red injected XX near me too.  Fucking killing me.  But I would not have the support of the spousal approval authority.  Nor do I want to store that bike at this time.  I want a friend to buy it, but he's being a pussy. 

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6 hours ago, zanshen said:

Hi all thanks.

Heres my 5th generation VFR

 

56C1FE66-8E6B-443E-86E3-14D290384097.jpeg

 

 

Sun in Scotland? That cannae be......   FAKE PICTURE!!! :laugh:

 

 

 

Welcome to VFRD from across the North Sea!

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Welcome to the asylum from The Land Of Interesting Weather. You obviously have great taste in mc's.

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On 7/13/2021 at 6:28 PM, Dutchy said:

 

 

Sun in Scotland? That cannae be......   FAKE PICTURE!!! :laugh:

 

 

 

Welcome to VFRD from across the North Sea!

It’s rare mate lol 

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You could compare it to the other side. Guessing the black needs to tuck in between the two tangs of the silver section, locating the silver and black closer together. Remove some of the silver fairing screws, hopefully you should be able to pop the black section into the correct location.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Grum said:

You could compare it to the other side. Guessing the black needs to tuck in between the two tangs of the silver section, locating the silver and black closer together. Remove some of the silver fairing screws, hopefully you should be able to pop the black section into the correct location.

 

 

Hi thanks mate

Yes the other side is no space showing.

I will loosen the screws and try it.

Cheers 

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On 7/12/2021 at 10:07 PM, jroberts427 said:

Welcome! The Blackbird has always been on my list of "one day I need to get one" bikes. 

 

Post up some pics. 👍

 

Justin 

You won't regret it Justin :)

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On 7/13/2021 at 6:28 PM, Dutchy said:

 

 

Sun in Scotland? That cannae be......   FAKE PICTURE!!! :laugh:

 

 

 

Welcome to VFRD from across the North Sea!

We'll have you know, it reached over 31 degrees! so it's nae a fake picture.... :cool:

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On 7/13/2021 at 12:20 PM, zanshen said:

Hi all thanks.

Heres my 5th generation VFR

 

56C1FE66-8E6B-443E-86E3-14D290384097.jpeg

Nice silver machine, and welcome too :fing02:

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On 7/12/2021 at 10:29 PM, Cogswell said:

Same here.  There's a XX for sale nearby and I'm exercising all my self control to *not* ring the number. 

 

We do indeed love pics - both of your 5th gen and 'Bird.

 

Cheers

Just do it... life is really tooo short not to, son :smile:

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