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Duc2V4

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About Duc2V4

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  • Birthday 04/25/1966

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    Anaheim, California
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    2002 Audi A4,1995 Ducati 900SS SP, 2001 VFR800 and 2009 VFR800.

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  1. It fit, so had to be looks. 🙂
  2. I'm 99% sure I made the swap, perhaps more than once. I think the first time I went from my 5 Gen to my 6 Gen after the 6 Gen blew out it's WP at the track. Here are some pics of the two. Don't ask me which one is which because I forgot to document that. So if you can't tell, I don't think your bike will either. 😉
  3. The minimum is still 15. There was a misunderstanding with the builder but ultimately the builder's pipe supplier is the culprit here. That being said, sfdownhill and I are taking a little break from this for the moment. Never say never but probably won't be for a while, if we do go again. This last run seemed to take forever just to get in the orders and then to get them completed seemed prolonged as well. I'm glad to be part of it and can't thank everyone enough for being patient and even purchasing them. Also like to add a big thanks to CornerCarver, his loaning us his 2 Bros he
  4. I have a front sub-frame that is off of my 2009 VFR800. It was bent slightly when the bike was knocked over in a parking lot. All of the tabs and mounting holes are in great shape. Holding it up I am having a hard time seeing where it is bent. I would imaging once it's on the bike it would become obvious. I was able to straighten out a bent front sub-frame on my 5 gen so I would imaging this one could be brought back into place as well. Asking $40 plus shipping
  5. I have the left side fairing off of my 2009 VFR800. It was scratched up pretty good when the bike was knocked over in a parking lot. Other than the scratches, it's all intact. Asking $75 plus shipping
  6. I have the front cowl off of my 2009 VFR800 for sale. It was scratched and had a small bit broken off near the top when the bike was knocked over in a parking lot. I managed to do a rudimentary repair so it wouldn't look so bad. It's overall condition is decent and other than the fore mentioned repair, is intact elsewhere, Asking $50 plus shipping.
  7. I have a black colored aftermarket 5 Gen front fender with Repsol sticker on it. For the most part the fender is in good shape but the mounting holes look like they could use some minor repair. Asking $40 plus shipping.
  8. I have two 5 Gen OEM seats I'm looking to sell. Both have some slight blemishes on the seat cover. One you wouldn't know if you had the seat cowl cover in place. Either one I'm selling for $75 plus shipping.
  9. I have some aftermarket inner cowl bits for a 5 Gen. They are the dash cowl, the left and right side upper covers (near mirrors), the left and right inner cowls that go on the inside of the front cowl and side fairings, as well as the front inner cowl that goes in front of the headers between the left and right side fairings. NOTE: THESE ARE NOT GENUINE HONDA PARTS SO THEY MAY NOT COLOR MATCH YOUR EXISTING COWL PIECES IF YOURS ARE GENUINE HONDA PARTS. 2 Upper cowl bits ($10 plus shipping) 2 Inner side cowls ($20 plus shipping) 1 Dash cowl ($25 plus shipping)
  10. I have two 5 Gen Rear Seat Cowls in Red that I am looking to sell. Both are in decent shape, other than minor scratches, scuff marks but all tabs are in place, One I'm asking $75 (Seat Cowl 1) and the other $65 (Seat Cowl 2, which has little more scratches than the other). Buyer also pays shipping. I labeled the photos Seat Cowl1-# and Seat Cowl 2-# so you can tell which one is which. UPDATE: Seat Cowl #1 has been sold. Seat Cowl #2 is still available. $65 plus shipping. Cheers, D
  11. That was my recollection, just needed confirmation. Thanks for the response.
  12. I'm pretty sure I know the answer but will ask anyway in case I'm wrong. If one was to replace the oil pan on a 5 Gen (Due to the fairing stays being part of the oil pan). Does one have to lower or remove the headers? Something tells me there isn't enough room between the oil pan and headers to remove it without moving the headers out of the way. Cheers
  13. OK all, if you had ordered your headers on this last run we did, you'll be glad to know that all but a few (The International orders) have left the building. FedEx typically does a 3-5 day for ground shipments and they should be going on the trucks on Monday. So be on the lookout for your headers. The box is 36x16x16 and weighs about 16 lbs. Thanks to everyone who has bought from us and thank you even more for being so patient, this last run seemed like it took so much longer to get going and done, so thanks again for hanging in there with us. Cheers, D
  14. Sorry to have such a long delay between your post and this response, I personally haven't been too active on the forums and for some reason, I'm no longer getting emails with update from the forum. That being said, sfdownhill and I talked about this on Saturday as we were boxing up the last order we took. Unless there is an overwhelming demand for these, we are thinking this last run was in deed the last run for us. Sorry, if this is not what you want to hear but we had a heck of a time getting this last run through. Seems the demand for these is much less than the first two runs had for them.
  15. Wow! It feels like I haven't been on this thread in decades! Anyway, for those who have opted to buy a set of headers for your VFR, please check your PM folder as I just sent out a bunch of PMs for you to review and get back to us. If you did not receive a PM from me and did place an order, please send me a PM to let me know. I'm pretty sure I got to everyone but sometimes a few can slip through the cracks. Cheers, D
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