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About MisterBill

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    When I grow up ...
  • Birthday 08/20/1953

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    Villa Hills, Kentucky
  • In My Garage:
    2007 Honda VFR800 RWB
    1969 Mustang Mach 1 - 351 V8, 4bbl, 4spd

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  1. Hey everyone, I am signed up and could use a roommate. The room has two Queen beds. Let me know and we can split the cost. Call or text me. Bill Mersch, aka MisterBill, 859-466-2174, May 14-17 at Microtel
  2. I'm in. Sent money to Bob and made reservation at Microtel. MisterBill
  3. Thanks fellows. If you change your minds, let me know.
  4. Thanks Rob and Cogswell. I will definitely keep that in mind.
  5. Hi everyone, I retired May 3, 2019. I now have plenty of free time and I am actually planning to do some things I have put off for years (decades actually). First on my 'bucket list' is to take a motorcycle trip to the national parks out west (Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana) or possibly all the way to the Pacific Ocean. Possibly take a Central route going out and a Northern route coming back. This would be sometime during June, July, 2020 time frame. Easy ride, plenty of stops along the way. Stay in motels, no camping. If anyone is interested in joining me in this adventure, I would be extremely delighted for the company. (male or female - no problem). I will be leaving from Villa Hills, KY (9 miles across the Ohio river from Cincinnati, OH). If you might be interested, call or text 859-466-2174. Bill Mersch aka MisterBill Be safe out there - ATGATT More definitive plans to follow.
  6. Hi MisterBill, Thank you for your donation of 50.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  7. Hi everyone, Just wanted to say that my son and I bled all the brake lines and clutch line this past weekend on my 2007 VFR 800 RWB. We used this EXCELLENT guide from jay-d with no issues at all. All the lines were bled in proper sequence and everything worked as stated. We did it the old school way (no speed bleeders). Be patient, don't skip any bleeder screws as this will only keep old fluid in that section. It does take several hours to do this with two people. The one bolt that took the longest to remove was the forward bolt on the rear brake caliper backing plate. A straight wrench worked okay, just took several minutes to finally get it out. A short socket could not fit and a deep well socket was too long. I saw in the thread that someone bought a socket with a length in between the short and deep well. Good idea. Alternatively, we considered removing the rear sprocket. This looked like it would give a straight shot to the rear bolt with an extension and socket. Once again, thanks to jay-d for this excellent procedure and instructions. Bill Mersch aka MisterBill
  8. Hi everyone, I just made my reservations this past Friday. Hope to see some old friends and make new ones. I will be coming in on Thursday late afternoon. See you, Bill Mersch, aka MisterBill 859-466-2174
  9. Hi MisterBill, Thank you for your donation of 50.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  10. I was so inspired after TexasMac, I came home and performed the following modification. Added a windscreen from Twisted Throttle, applied my personal touch. I also took inspiration from my favorite T-shirt, note the autograph. Enjoy.
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    VFR In Matamata

    Man, I am jealous. That has to be the greatest ride ever - going to Middle Earth and Hobbiton!!!!
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    nice pictures, sure would like to get out there someday.
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    Hey, I thought I was looking at my bike for a second. Same setup. Beautiful bike.
  14. I went from 43T to 45T on rear and did not have to add any chain links. '07 VFR. Made the bike more rideable for me. Before the switch, I was stalling or slow to take off from start. I felt the stock gearing was too tall. You will never know unless you change it.
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