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crakerjac last won the day on June 14 2016

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About crakerjac

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  • Birthday July 31

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    2010 VFR1200
    2003 Honda Magna
    2005 SV650

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  1. Yes. My VFR1200 felt like it would bog until about 5k RPMS at which point it would really get up and go. It wasn't always consistent but once I did a valve adjustment, the issue went away.
  2. I bought a Z125 and haven't touched my VFR since... stupid mini bike is just too much fun to ride.
  3. Does it do this only in 1st and 2nd gear? If so, it's Honda's 'Poor man traction control'. To fix that, you will either need a Bazzaz or ECU flash. If you feel this in all gears, look into a valve adjustment. Mine did this and a valve adjustment fixed her right up.
  4. I was going to send mine off to LAAM seats... but then I bought a mini bike and haven't touched Big Red all summer. About 3/4 way down page 3 are some pictures on a 7th Gen. https://www.vfrdiscussion.com/index.php?/forums/topic/71427-seat-recommendation/&do=findComment&comment=924351
  5. I'm quite familiar with DCTC.. I wadded up my SV at the end of last season at the chicane just after that back straight. Did you ever find out what that other guy did to go down?
  6. Why not leave the reed valves in place and just put the block off plates over the gasket?
  7. I had the same problem with my original rocker switch. I have a new rocker switch and it's night and day. With the old rocker I had to be very deliberate with the button presses for them to register. With the new rocker switch I just give the rocker a poke and the input always registers. I don't know if it's just a different lot of components or what. I was dead set on getting the push buttons before and now I don't think I need them... however the square is the best looking IMHO. @veeefour Are you ready for me to send back my old unit?
  8. Price is fair. Yeah.. It would be nice if it was cheaper, but sometimes you get what you pay for and this is a QUALITY unit. Would the new switch attach the same way as the previous design? It would be nice to see the wire come out the back of the unit so once could blend the cable in with the rest of the controls. Since the switch looks taller, would there be any clearance concerns for those with Helibars? It's not an issue with the current switch...
  9. Just spent a week riding out to Maine and back. Was a bit more slab than I care to admit to, but I racked up over 3,200 miles and the ECC has worked out well. The battery in my bike needs to be replaced, so the ECC started acting a little weird the last 2 legs of my trip, but it was WAY better than any sort of throttle lock I have ever used.
  10. Got mine all installed... And it's raining. I feel like a kind on his way to Disney World... Can't wait. A big thanks to Prez/Veeefour. Even though he is on the other side of the globe, he answers ALL of my (mostly stupid) questions super quick. Top notch service.
  11. Put me down as a for sure. I had emailed you previously and already have the instruction manual, but I'll email you again so you have my 'real' contact information for the group buy.
  12. @veeefour Can I jump on that group buy without having to join that forum? I'm going to pull the BrakeAway throttle lock off my bike when I fix it and I want to replace it with a real cruise control.
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