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  1. Update: Sorting out the details from the back to the front. rear indicators: I bought some BMW LED indicators, that look nice but the fittings are flimsy plastic and i wasnt happy with them, so I decided to upgrade them. flimsy removed the fitting, drilled it out, and tapped an 8mm thread into it Took an 8mm stainless bolt and drilled the centre out of it on the lathe, then chopped the head off it then threaded it into the plastic part, nice and snug back together, new and improved Next job, seat release mechanism. I kept the vfr seat lock, and acquired the Speed triple seat release mechanism, Need to mount the VFR lock and mate it up to the S3 mech. VFR lock: S3 seat release mech bracket to mount the lock in the hole and stop it turning: Its industrial, but it wont break 😀 new arm to take the end of the pull cable - I used a 10mm bolt, drilled a 8mm hole in it, then slotted it to take the nipple Removed the arm from the VFR lock, flattened it, and trimmed it down, then welded the 'nipple holder' on (he said nipple 😄) Needed some dressing at this point, but thats the last photo I had of it Modified the lock mounting bracket so it holds the pull cable outer in place et voila, sorted, and another job ticked off.
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  3. Christ this is better than getting a Red Rider BB Gun for Christmas🙂
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  4. Hello all! On the chopping block: 2014 Honda VFR800DLX 19,5xx miles 1 owner, Comes with all service records/receipts, factory service manual, have most stock parts (no OEM windscreen) and passenger pad/grab handles. LiPo battery (Shorai) Please see the video below for more details! https://youtu.be/oXAqqejzs4o
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  5. Looks like they took a clue from this puppy Which by the way is very nice, thought of using this pattern on a 1991 I have
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  6. Finally got to ride mine to and from work a few times. This is about two years after installing a new Honda slave cylinder so it is back to back. Yes...a lot less effort, this upgrade is a win! Clutch engagement zone or sweep is wider too. I didn't have any issues with the OEM cylinder being grabby or difficult to modulate, but this may be a thing for some riders.
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  7. Run it. And yes, someone added some rear ride height to try and liven it up a bit. Pretty common mod.
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