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  1. As a fault-finding suggestion, I'd suggest you get a multimeter set to current, remove all your fuses and then use the MM to bridge each set of fuses to see which circuit is causing the drain. That would at least narrow your search down some.
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  2. Once your insurance clears fly out to the west coast and grab a new old stock VFR from Portland, then have an epic ride back! Seriously though that sucks, I feel for you.
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  3. Fall colours and a red VFR, with left exit exhaust no less, makes for a great photo.
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  4. Another gem photo slo1. Excellent composition and lighting, your shots are all very nice indeed. You have a good eye and talent with a camera. Cheers.
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  5. The one member I know of who had an overbore is @douglasthecook but donot recall what the outcome was. We had a guy here a long time who advocated UNLEASHING THE FACTORY POWER with a change in pipes, but never did backup his claim. I beleive that there is not much to gain out there; rejetting the carbs did gove a bit more midrange oommph but if it is raw power you want, get a Fireblade or Beemmer S1000RR...
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  6. Suck less: Great words to live by.
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  7. Hello All unfortunately my long time friend recently passed away and left me a couple of bikes one of which is a 1996 VFR750, I've known the bike since he had it new and it has been cherished with just over 33kon it. ive had bikes since I was 17 and had all kinds But don't ride as often as I would like, a lot down to bikes broke ( old triumph) or between useable bikes. The last decent bike I had was a Yamaha trx850 which was amazing but had to go to get other stuff on the road. The trx was very uncomfortable and put it down to design however I have now found all bikes are uncomfortab
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  8. I currently own VFR750 F 1990. I searched for it some nearly 2 years and I found it in Germany in red color and perfect condition except rear tail fairings. I'm not new rider or new in bikes. But somehow some 6 days ago in night didn't see on road in corner small rocks and I drop my bike ... lost left side of the bike fairings Looking foward to find new fairings and chat/swap ideas .
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  9. Hi, and welcome to the forum. Sorry to hear about your mishap, and good luck with finding/repairing your LHS fairings. Within a couple of years of purchasing my FL (in 1990), I had backed out my FL's wheels and forks just like your bike. I was going through a "Ducati" phase, but I also didn't enjoy cleaning the bike's original white wheels! Ciao, JZH
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  10. Well it was fun while it lasted. My beautiful 2014 vfr800 deluxe disappeared from outside my place in brooklyn late thursday. Goodbye all you wonderful people.
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