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VFR Newbie

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About VFR Newbie

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    Club Racer
  • Birthday July 12

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    Boston, MA
  • In My Garage:
    2000 VFR800
    Genuine Roughhouse

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  1. Send a note to @sfdownhill and @Duc2V4. they can get you sorted.
  2. Who did the tuning for you? Rob's Dyno?? I'd like to have a chat and figure out a game plan for my 5th Gen.
  3. Thank you and appreciate the update. I was more worried that, given the state of things, that with COVID and whatever else there was a bigger issue. Relieved to hear there is not!! When you have a moment, a solid number on how many are left for the new minimum order would be great. Thanks again
  4. Any update here? Been a little over 10 weeks since we had the minimum for another run.
  5. Great tip. Another COVID quarantine maintenance item to add to my list!
  6. Oil level and weight from another rider or the service manual can certainly be good as a starting point, but it'd be more useful to think about your weight / riding style and make adjustments to these values to make the suspension a better fit *to you*! Of course you should check that Traxxion Dynamics doesn't specify a certain weight of oil for their cartridge. They may not... but worth asking them what they may recommend and why.
  7. Just checking in here... We ready to go on the latest set?? THANKS!! Can't wait to get these on my bike. Sean
  8. Go back to page 19. Honda Service Manual does not mention anything about seam. IMHO this guy is making a big deal about nothing. Again... the exhaust gasket, if properly installed, should be squished between the exhaust header and head opening. There should not be any part that is in the flow of the exhaust gasses.
  9. This has been discussed. If installed correctly, it should not interfere with the exhaust gas flow at all.
  10. F it. Quarantine brain and reading through all of this has finally broke me down. Deposit sent. Sorry Scottie, I can't steal your set... you need to hold onto them.
  11. Well, I was sidelined a little bit on the rearsets by getting some stainless lines installed and rebuilding all the calipers on my VFR. I think I may have a solution to make these rearsets work with linked brakes (it seems like a lot of guys doing this are unlinked.) As you can see here the hard line goes right into the MC. I really don't want to bend it to get it to line up with the mounting point on the 929/959 rear set, as it risks kinking the hard line. So, my plan is to trim back the hard line a bit, refinish the end and put in another piece from the HEL Stainless kit
  12. I’m interested as well, but would have to be along the lines of what Scottie says here.
  13. Hi VFR Newbie, Thank you for your donation of $25.00. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  14. I've been looking into this. Looks like Gilles Tooling or Sato based on what I found so far. Was hoping there was a Woodcraft set, but alas no.
  15. Throw me down for a set as well. Like Scottie, I might be interested in a set for the little bike (NC35) Thanks for putting this together.
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