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  1. Welcome to the asylum vikingGoalie from the Land Of Interesting Weather. You obviously have great taste in mc's. Best generation in the fastest color. I hope all your riding is safe.
  2. Welcome back to the asylum Crash1973, from The Land Of Interesting Weather. It is still obvious that you have great taste in mc's.
  3. Another vote for safe riding for all. And I'd like to add a request for lots of pictured of the festivities and frivolities so I can enjoy your great times vicariously.
  4. I never heard of that happening in our club during my membership. And we had some fine TR6's among us. Before the TR8's introduction, TR6 would have been my choice among the two-seater ragtops available at the time.
  5. Although I've never ridden a 6th gen, If you want some giddy-up start with rev's above the VTEC engagement rpm, which, if I recall correctly, is above ~6800 rpms.
  6. And your OEM windscreen will be saving your neck.
  7. Thanks for the grin. When I was in high school my bedroom window looked out over a three-season porch roof with an oak tree nearby. There was a white squirrel that would cross the roof to take nuts right out of my hand. I still do enjoy watch the cute little critters to this day.
  8. Me Too! I had a 1980 Triumph TR8. So I 've seen the Prince Of Darkness. Our British Car Club's moto was: "But when it runs!"
  9. Good for you Timmy; now I'm even more disappointed I can't make this great party.
  10. I was struck today, looking at the picture with the tank removed, at how simple that machine is, compared to the complexity of my fifth gens, which are becoming scarier for me to contemplate fixing. Very greatful for the factory service manual and even more grateful for the collective intelligence of this discussion group. I tip my helmet to all who all the contributors.
  11. Good one. Actually she was angry at me for waking her up. If I could find a helmet to fit her she could come riding with me. But there is an on-going discussion between us over just who's chair that is. I am sorry for the thread highjack.
  12. MaxSwell

    Picture 056

    One fine looking pair of machines!
  13. We here in the midwest US have these new things spread all over. But many of ours are in farm country. Lots of space for these here in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, places I visit occasionally in my former rides and now in my cage. I'm too old to go on multi-day trips. A tent and camping gear that fits in my hardbags (41L x 2) the tent is too small for my arthritic body to sqeeze into. Local day trips are it from here on. But I still enjoy driving my 2008 Civic manual for trips to the Rocky Mountains. If motel rooms are too expensive (increalingly common) I can sleep in the car. And my three year old dog, Mojo, can come along.
  14. Hi MaxSwell, Thank you for your donation of 100.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  15. Welcome to the asylum Dorian. You obviously have great taste in mc's. I've had signs of critter's nests in two of the fifth gens I've purchased. Seems critters have found good taste in airboxes also. (HeHe)
  16. MaxSwell


    +1 Quite the gape-able machine! Congrats. You obviously have fabulous taste in mc's.
  17. Looks like the old fashion Netherlands windmills have been seriously upgraded.
  18. The D200S works fabulous for me. Please let me know what you think of it after you've used it for a while.
  19. A great looking machine against a nasty looking sky.
  20. Looks like a great group to ride with. But only you show great taste in mc'c.
  21. Skids, I'm messaging you with details of two sets of these components.
  22. +1 And be sure to tell him Skids said so. Then he'd be sure to come and reimburse you for the cost.
  23. SIDI motorcycle boots. Excellent condition. (They were included with my last fifth gen purchace.) Size: 11 (US) 45 (EUR) 10.5 (UK) $100 or best offer. Buyer pays shipping from 55423 email: terryallangale@gmail.com Phone (landline only) 612-866-1525
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