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Finally completed my 4th gen VFR project!

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Those silly emblems... I am really kicking myself on that one.

Build thread in the 3rd and 4th gen forum :)

Thanks again everyone!

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Absolutely BEAUTIFUL! I love it!!!

Well done... as already stated; best looking VFR SF I've ever seen.

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Hello from Melbourne Australia! (from a Canuck now living in Australia)

Like you I have a VFR750 that I cannot sell. Love the engine but would like to make some improvements and have it as a fun bike.

Your bike is my new inspiration! I love what you have done...but am curious what you might have done differently now that its done?

I am going to start with a front end (CBR600RR maybe CBR900RR) and shock conversion...but dont know where it will go from there.

How would you have rated your mechanical/ fabricating skills before you started?


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Thanks for the kind words bro! For the first riding season my wiring wasn't up to my expectations, so I completely rebuilt my wiring harness last winter but haven't posted much about it yet. Other than that I'm not sure I would do anything differently.

As for my own mechanical/fabricating skills? It wasn't my first bike rebuild, and I have tackled quite a bit of bike and car work in the past… so not a complete rookie. If you are asking because you are curious about your own abilities I would say a few things. Research is huge. There is so much information online, it's always good to educate yourself before diving in. Plan ahead… modifying something on a bike always seems to change at least 5 other things, and not thinking things through might make your bike unpleasant or even dangerous to ride. If you are new to modding, it would probably be a good idea not to take on too much too quick. Especially if you still want to ride your bike soon :)

Happy Modding!

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This right here is what Honda needs to make,  Top notch,  cool job,  well done sir.

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