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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. If they replaced the SMC and the PCV, but not the rear MC, then I would rebuild it just to eliminate it from the equation. If you want to rebuild the front MC just for good measure, it wouldn’t hurt but the front MC shouldn’t be affecting the rear system. That being said, I would also check the brake pad clip and make sure that is installed the correct way. Although it fits in either way, it is designed to go in a specific way. The part that moves in and out should have the larger part of the clip on that side. If this doesn’t make sense, if you pull the clip out, you’ll see what I am talking about.
  2. I'd gladly give up the center stand for a left exit on my 5 Gen. In fact, I removed my center stand anyway and +1 on the ABBA stand.
  3. Duc2V4

    Love Ride 33

    Haven't been on one of these types of rides in decades! Seems I'll be missing this one too, I have family obligations on Sunday. Have a good ride!
  4. I can't image what 26 years without riding would be like, let alone be paraplegic for that long as well, he definitely has a lot of spirit. I heard from a few people that he's down in So Cal quite a bit as the Moto America HQ office is in Costa Mesa. My friend Steve ran into him and his family on Father's Day at a Red Robin right around the corner from where I live.
  5. Yes they can but you need to terminate the leads. Power Commander sells terminators for use with their tuning modules and they come with the mating connectors. You can also build your own using some electronic resisters but I don’t recall the ohm rating of them off hand. I’m sure someone here can chime in on what and how to do it yourself.
  6. I did and oil and coolant change today. Mileage is getting up there, 90,263 on the ODO Also helped a friend do the same for his bike with 119,557 miles. We also changed the spark plugs and fixed the seat latch release. Couldn’t get the seat off to lift the tank until we took off the rear cowl, which isn’t very easy when the seat is still on! It was a stuck cable, we were able to free up the cable and used some Teflon to lube it. Works great now.
  7. If I recall correctly, the 5/6 Gens will have 3 bungs, 2 in the OEM locations and 1 after the collector. The builder decided it would be easier and more effective time wise just to build them all the same. SF will have to chime to confirm but I believe the 8 Gen will have 1 in the OEM location with the same bung size (12mm) and 1 18mm located post collector.
  8. Hi All, Here is list of the 8 Gen folks that have deposits and should be expecting balance due notices this week. There are a total of 9 sold and leaves us with 6 still available for sale. Sebspeed QTY.1 Corner Carver QTY. 2 Fz6wja QTY. 1 Voided76 QTY. 1 HiSideNZ QTY.1 Wingate QTY. 1 Cogswell QTY. 1 Rush2112 QTY. 1 mountainslide QTY. 1 (added 11/3/19) Here is a list of the 5/6 Gen folks that have deposits. We did hit the minimum so we should be able to get these into Wade for building. eyrwbvfr 5 Gen QTY. 1 urdrvideo 5 Gen QTY. 1 urdrvideo 6 Gen QTY. 1 (added 10/30/19) Cogswell 6 Gen QTY. 1 Rush2112 5 Gen QTY. 1 boOZZIE 6 Gen QTY. 1 johnpon 5 Gen QTY. 1 ducnut 5 Gen QTY. 1 TheLimey 6 Gen QTY. 1 (corrected) jkboyd 5 Gen QTY. 1 (corrected) PetoRC 6 Gen QTY. 1 NarrowRider 6 Gen QTY. 1 (added 11/3/19) If you see your name listed here but the info is incorrect, please PM me and sfdownhill ASAP. NOTE: We are still taking deposits up until the end of this week, so if you want add your name to the list please send us a PM with with Gen you want built, if you want it passivated and where it will ship to. Cheers, D
  9. SF and I are going to go over all the PMs and deposits tomorrow, please add me to your PM so I am part of the correspondence. Cheers, D
  10. Based on the current orders taken, I think we just made the minimum. SF and I are going to pow wow tomorrow and make sure we have everyone’s deposit accounted for and ensure we have everyone’s order covered. We’ll be posting up a summary to show who we have received deposits from and what they placed an order for.
  11. I just went through similar pain and the issue was not the PCV or rear caliper but the SMC. I could write dissertation on the what I went through but ultimately it was the SMC that was not allowing the rear piston to release. Good news is that the SMC is still available, although not cheap @$128 but it was what resolved the issue I dealt with. You can try and rebuild and clean out the SMC before spending the $ on a new one but in my case the SMC was a little too far gone for a good recovery. I’m pretty sure my post about it covers what was done and where I ended up. I hope this is helpful... D
  12. A few years ago I found a deal on this battery and a dedicated charger for my Duc, having the 4 terminals is handy and does make for adding accessory/charger connections cleaner and as said by Mohawk, a more universal fit.
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