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gmtech94

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gmtech94 last won the day on January 24 2020

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  • Birthday 08/02/1956

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    2 6th various older race bikes and some 2 strokers to ride along the lovely nort shore of Lake Erie

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  1. Didit a pleasure to have you as a friend . Sumsum's were such a great experience and a lot of fun . I wish you all the best and hope you still have my email as I want to come for a visit . You are at a time to enjoy life and embrace a new adventure . Take care my friend and hopefully we can meet up again .
  2. A very close match to that silver is Dodge trucks P7 code or P3 depending on the year . I have done a few parts and it is a very close match ,just always seems a little brighter because of new vs old colour . I hope this helps .
  3. Use some baby powder to sprinkle on it . It will show where the leak is quickly as it sticks to the oil spot . Maybe clean it off first and run for a few minutes . Easy to clean off after .
  4. I bought this about 2 years ago and have now finally got around to getting it ready for safety and a summer ahead .
  5. I am let's say getting mature or this old .
  6. Hi gmtech94, Thank you for your donation of 25.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  7. Thanks Mello , How could I get one of these .?
  8. I am going to order the Roadster Cycle fix . I have had a few of these bikes 5th and 6th gens and never had this problem but none with all led lights . That seems to be a problem . I have some heated grips to install but I am concerned that the original stator on this bike was really cooked after 8000 kms . I have gone over all the connections as there are no body parts on this bike so everything is in the open . Deoxit and make sure all is clean with a Qtip . Vfrness was installed before I got the bike . Voltage is stable but those wires sure get toasty about 140 degrees according to my thermal gun . While I am waiting for parts I will hook up my heated grips to see if that make a difference . Stay tuned . Thanks to all for your help and advice .
  9. Yes original Honda ones . I have 4 of them plus the original one , all produce a lot of heat on those 3 yellow wires .
  10. I have several new OEM regulators and with the border shut down trying to get a moffset one might be difficult . All the brand new regulators have the same effect .
  11. I have VFR madness 's bike and putting it back together after a few years . Replaced stator as it failed the drill with new oem one . New regulator and super clean connections ,bike has VFRness on it already . After reassembly the yellow stator wires get really hot . Voltage at rest 12.7 , idle 14.6 and at % k 14.8 volts . Unhook Vfrness and voltage goes up to 15.1 at idle and 5 k . It is a 2005 and only has 8000 kms on it ,stored inside most of its life and a new battery . I changed out the battery from my St1300 and have the same situation . Closed up crimps to see if the heat would go down ,no change . Not sure if it is important but all the lights on this bike have been swapped out for Led's .Kinda stumped on what to do next ,any suggestions ?
  12. Fred and Lisa are awesome people I wish everyone a great trip and safe riding .
  13. I alsao have a room booked but cannot attend this event so if anyone needs a room at the rocket please let me know otherwise I will cancel it .
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