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    2020 CBR1000RR-R
    1986 VFR750F CUSTOM
    1986 VFR750F STOCK
    1978 SUZUKI GS550E
    2005 RVT1000R

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  1. If its just vibration use emory cloth to clean disc and also clean rotor button see youtube for video if that does not work clean piston on calipers you mite just have a sticking piston and replace pads either way. At what speed are you getting vibration. If its is like from 10 to stop then its probably a piston stuck from sitting. Start with cheapest first and then work up.
  2. https://www.ebay.com/itm/264876072461?hash=item3dabd81e0d:g:foMAAOSwyKBfbLkn should work if your dimensions are Outer diameters.........310.0 mm which they are Inner diameter...........94.0 mm Number of holes........5 Thickness...................5.0 mm The stock rotor size is 310mm if you figure out how much it is dished (see image below 12.5) and hub size (ie se images 94) you probably can get a larger Chinese rotor like a 320 and then you would space out the caliper with radial caliper spacers. The images are below are for reference but should work Radial brake spacers come in 5 10mm etc. For example a rc51 rotors 320mm are the same as a VFR1200 etc. So you would use a 10mm spacer or buy the ones above. I take no responsibility for any modification. I would call EBC and tell them you want a oversize rotor and will be using spacers for the caliperes. Make sure you replace all of rotor bolt with new ones and torque them with a torque wrench. Trust me I found out the hard way.
  3. Brand new one still in package some small scratches $125.00 plus shipping papal accepted buyer pays fees
  4. LOWERING LINK, SHORTENED KICK STAND, AND BAR RISER KIT $150 PLUS SHIPPING PAYPAL ACCEPTED BUYER PAYS FEES NON NEGOTIABLE FOR 6TH GENERATION LOWERING LINK AND KICK STAND WILL FIT 5TH AND 8TH GENERATION BAR RISER KIT TO RAISE BARS IF YOU LOWER FRONT END WILL ONLY FIT 6TH GEN 43MM FORK 5TH GEN IS 41MM 8TH GEN IS 45MM KICKSTAND FITS 2002-PRESENT 50540-MBG-000 UPDATED PART DISCOUNTED 50530-MJM-D00 MITE FIT 5TH GEN CENTER BOLT BECAUSE BOLT IS THE SAME LINK STOCK 52475-MBG-000 HAS NOT CHANGED SINCE 1998
  5. I meant to say 4 shorter stacks than stock. Sorry. I found these for my SP: https://www.facebook.com/Sangha-Race-Restoration-333969670309343/videos/honda-cbr1000rr-r-velocity-stacks-servo-assisted/234694278169255/ Like I need to go any faster.
  6. https://edrperformance.com/products/edr-gen6-vfr800-2002-2013-velocity-stacks?variant=41073558487207 Looks like 4 short stacks?
  7. I had a similar problem try adjusting the lever all the way out or in first. If that does not work bleed the clutch is the fluid low?
  8. Nice I put the headlight in the turn signal. Did the 5th Gen swingarm do anything? If we could lose 80lbs more our track bikes would be fun. How much does yours weigh? I can hardly move mine in the garage compared to my other bikes.
  9. I would swap the bolts to the other side and see if the caliper is cocked that way. I think the bolt is bent.
  10. I have a 1986 VFR750 with a Hindle/Sudco 4-1 exhaust. The canister is a fake carbon fiber never had a problem with it. I also have some knock off shorty AR carbon canisters never had a problem with them. In the event the carbon bubbles you could always remove it and or have it powder coated in high temp black. I have powder coated several headers.
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    Nice Ohlins shock. I went with the Mupo with drop in 25mm fork cartridges. Transformed my RC51. Now it does not handle as well as my RRR blade. Are you under 200lbs is they why you went with the link.
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