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    1986 VFR750F CUSTOM
    1986 VFR750F STOCK
    1987 VFR700F2 IN PIECES
    1978 SUZUKI GS550E
    2005 RVT1000R

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  1. I had the PC3 on my rc51. If you want a tire to last and not handle the turns very well these are for you. I threw them out with full thread the nipples were still showing. I bought them because I thought I wanted a tire to last more than a season or two. I never thought the tires would affect handling that much for a street bike. The bike would still run a little bit wide even after altering geometry more input from rider was needed. The profile of Michelin compared to the Pirelli is the Pirelli has a better profile to allow for quick transition. Even going to a Michelin pilot 2ct from a pirelli rosso corsa the handling was very obvious on my friends ducati panigale track bike. By the way I went with the pirelli rosso corsa on my rc51 for the street supercorsa for the track on my vfr. My two cents.
  2. I picked up some 06 front calipers for 20 bucks and noticed several improvements over the 02's. I first noticed they are one piece instead of 2 pieces ie 3 bolts connecting the caliper halves together. Can anyone share if someone has done the upgrade or share more information on the differences. Thank you.
  3. $200.00 plus shipping Paypal accepted buyer pays any additional costs. Power commander 3 ex with quickshifter.
  4. http://thesicshop.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=1765 Could we not grind down our pulse rotor to increase timing for all vfr except 86 and 87.
  5. The seals and dust cover go in one way or are they angled to retract the piston or not. Thanks.
  6. I got mine from ebay. Great price point. Some issues with windshield otherwise fit was good.
  7. Did you ever get any info on the maps for the header.  Thks nick

    1. Neo2122

      Neo2122

      I just did! SF and Duc finally got all the maps and are selling copies for only $50! They made a post in the thread about it if you haven't already seen it. Shoot them a message and they will get you all sorted out!

    2. VFR750F3
  8. Pm me also. i am interested in the tune for the 6th gen. Ty.
  9. I removed everything ie D-LINK. I have all the hardware from my 6th gen. Let me know what you need Bike had less than 10K on it.
  10. Are available for 4K saw them on ebay.
  11. That is a lot of oil. Both my 1986 vfr750 which has sat for over 10 years has no oil leaks. My vfr800 02 no leaks. I would check and tighten the valve cover especially the rear, oil pan, oil filter, oil drain plug, side covers. Tighten gently you do not want to break any bolts.
  12. Used a hole saw and drilled into the tank first marking it a marker and then through the tank into the airbox. Drilling somewhat on a angle I then went to the muffler shop and they welded some exhaust pipe long enough to stick out the top and bottom of the tank. To make up the difference with fitting the fiberglass tube i just wrapped it with black tape ie electrical till it was snug wrapped it again to hold it in place no clips like the rc45 racer . Use foam tape to seal airbox to tube to somewhat create some pressure.i drilled a hole in the airbox in the back and screwed in a 90 degree brass fitting and attached a appropriate sized vacuum hose to the carbs to equalize the pressure. The gas tank eventually rusted out and had a new one made out of fiberglass from cobalt racing in ohio which also leaked and had to get that sealed again. Your way is much more easier without all the headaches i went through.
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