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  • Birthday 02/20/1964

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    1999 ST1100
    1982 cb900F
    1981 GL1100 "naked"
    2005 CBR600RR

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  1. This is just not fair😩
  2. I installed a set of Race Tech springs yesterday and ran into an issue. After emptying the old oil and flushing with a solvent, I then filled the slider, fully compressed, spring out, with the recommended max fluid amount - 457cc. Then the manual says the fluid should be 130 mm from the top of the fork. It wasn’t so I had to add another 45cc to get it to 130 from the top. What’s right? The amount of fluid or distance from the top?
  3. I have a 5th gen with a Staintune high mount exhaust. I’m looking for the exhaust baffle to bring the dbs down a bit. Please pm if you have one. Thanks
  4. SOLD. $35+shipping from Toronto, Canada Used but not abused.
  5. Tom, you never cease to amaze! Beautiful machines with so much attention to detail. I decided this winter to take advantage of winter shop rates and take my 900F in for engine work. Will be doing valve seals and once they "clean up the top end" we'll see how the rest of it looks.
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    2237967 129Slayer

    Nice pic...can you tell me what tail bag you have there? Make/ model. Thanks, ---David
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    Fantastic...all in the details!
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    Dragon 1

    Thanks guys; you made my day!
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    Riding The Dragon 2014

    Pics riding The Dragon
  10. I'm confused with your thinking here, guys. The "60" or "70" is the aspect ratio. A 60 would be shorter than the 70 (so yes having a similar effect as raising the forks), and therefore provide a flatter surface and less sidewall for cornering. I would think turn-in would be slower and there would be slightly less surface area for grip when cornering. I'd be inclined to stick with the OEM size and buy the type of tires that are right for your style of riding.
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    O6 VFR Pics

    Pics of my bike.
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    Above the clouds

    Outstanding pic. I have the same bike and bags; just need the background, sigh...someday. ---David
  13. My mechanic (not because I'm lazy; just don't have the know-how): Changed brake fluid, clutch fluid, cut down rear brake pushrod to lower brake pedal and accomodate BLS lowering blocks. Me: Change coolant, oil and filter, plugs, add vfrness and fuseblock from Tightwad, fill tank, add stabil, wash, hook up to Tender and cover with blanky. Now wait 'til spring. Sigh.
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    1st Pic 2006 VFR

    Sellers pic
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