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About VFR750F3

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  • Birthday 10/26/1969

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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 agree patience is a virtue and a level surface goes a long way,
  2. where is your tire balancer?
  3. FYI I was informed when I had some aluminum welding done on my 1986 VFR750F was to disconnect the rectifier or it would be fried.
  4. Finally put on exhaust on easy peasy the weight diffference is 3 pounds lighter than my delkevic. The delkevic header is powder coated the two brother exhaust is also for sale one dummy can. I might sell a leo vince beautiful bends no mufflers. I will weigh the stock header its in the attic thats for sale and so is a plethora of Vfr750f parts ie whole bike 86 some 93 also 8 spoke sold. 20190520_155555.mp4
  5. Back to the 6th generation chart does anyone think the mufflers and the mid pipe had anything to do with the loss of power on top end.
  6. Not to beat this like a dead horse what was the thickness of the 42mm exhaust gasket? 3 or 5 mm see article below. https://www.kzrider.com/forum/2-engine/560972-81-kz1000-csr-m1-exhaust-gaskets-needed
  7. https://www.ebay.com/itm/KAWASAKI-ZX7R-NINJA-42MM-EXHAUST-GASKETS-REPLACES-PART-11060-1103/281094910176?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
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