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hotshoerob last won the day on May 23 2012

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  • Birthday 05/06/1958

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    Kelowna, BC
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    '00 VFR 800
    '73 Norton 750 Commando
    '89 Yamaha TDR 250
    '74 Montesa Cota 247

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  1. I went with Renthal Road handlebars. Several bends to choose from. https://road.renthal.com/shop/road-products/road-handlebars/road-se-bars
  2. Hi hotshoerob, Thank you for your donation of $25.00. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  3. This how-to thread should be of some use to you. it helped me out when I revalved the forks. http://www.bayarearidersforum.com/forums/showthread.php?s=2a272e1fee31ef7f3563610390d096a5&t=147565&page=2
  4. If the bike is 15 years or older it is quite easy to import into Canada. About 5 years ago I bought a Honda HawkGT in Seattle. Made sure the customs paperwork was in order so bringing it back was no problem. Just had to pay the GST at the border. Didn't even have to get it inspected to license it.
  5. I used risers off of a motocross bike, about $20 from ebay. I think they were off an '80s Kawasaki. Added some nice stainless buttonhead bolts
  6. Yeah, I'm in. And I'm up for a ride sometime. Going to the Kootenays for this weekend, but I'm usually around.
  7. They come in 2 sizes, this is the smaller one, 10" wide x 4" tall. and it's $20 cheaper. http://www.motorcycleinnovations.ca/MRA_Xcreen_p/mra.xca.s.htm I'd be in for a shipping saver kind of thing. I did the add to cart just to calculate shipping for 2, same rate as for 1- $18.01 . And don't forget GST.
  8. didit - I've been looking at the MRA-X-creen Add-On Variable Windscreen Spoiler Blade recently for the same reason as you, to help reduce the wind noise. This seems to be the only Canadian site where I have found them http://www.motorcycleinnovations.ca/MRA_X_creen_p/mra.xca-fslash-xcc.htm What I like about them is their adjustability. Available in bolt on or clamp on (+$30) I did the add to cart just to calculate shipping (it's $18), but haven't made the purchase yet. I am hoping someone here has tried one for some feedback first.
  9. ...now that looks like fun
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