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Jmmymc750

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Jmmymc750 last won the day on November 16 2020

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  • Birthday 06/24/1966

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    Hopkinsville, KY
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    90 VFR
    90 VFR 750 (original owner! 136k - roughly)
    06 Ninja 500

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  1. The headlights work great! Fairly clean cutoff...
  2. Hi Jmmymc750, Thank you for your donation of 50.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  3. CF, I actually didn't get to it today! I had a honey-do list... I did decide to fix a broken tab on the annoying V piece. I epoxied a split ring for keys to the trimmed hole, then used some 2 part silicone putty to build up the tab. Then I got the idea to epoxy over the silicone. Better than nothing?
  4. I will. Bike is currently on the Abba stand...new front wheel, brakes (Brembos! Stainless lines, Brembo axial "Gold line" master), rear shock...but I am very pleased with the headlights. I bought generic dust covers on Amazon, and could only install the lights with fairing off. I bought a spare headlight unit, and have some projectors that I will toy with retro fitting, but seriously...the LED s are fantastic
  5. Also found some hex button head screws from 318 stainless. Just gotta get some black plastic washers.
  6. Hey, got some really nice LED headlights, the kind with the little shields to make them work in regular reflectors. Popped in red LED for the dash. Changed the coffin screws to torx stainless steel numbers. Put some mirror extenders on. New fork springs and oil. Any of y'all use "Bondic"? It's a UV cure epoxy, they give you a little LED pen light. An LED flashlight for finding pet urine (brand name "PeeDar") works better.fixed the annoying V plastic too.
  7. CMSNL still has some, but you have to search the model year. I have successfully used stainless shoulder bolts from McMaster Carr. I think they are M6. But the bolt isn't the biggie, it's the sleeve. I just ordered 10 of them from CMSNL at 8.96 euros each.
  8. Hi Jmmymc750, Thank you for your donation of 100.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  9. Also good advice. Thanks Yoshi. I have been off of here for so long, because not having my VFR was just heartbreaking. Good to be riding again!
  10. Dude! Brilliant! My stainless is on the way. Tygon works? Awesome. Always a ton of help on here!
  11. Kurt!! How Have you been? Still over there in the West?
  12. Hi Jmmymc750, Thank you for your donation of 50.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
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