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TheLimey last won the day on June 30 2019

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    Wheat Ridge, CO
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    2003 VFR800 V-Tec (although I've owned several NC30s in the past)

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  1. Mine arrived yesterday safe and sound. I've just gotta make myself a link pipe now. I might have to sit on the bike and make engine noises in the meantime.
  2. One of those 6th Gen headers is mine and the centre stand was one of the first things I removed from my bike, so I won't be needing a stop.
  3. Megasquirt seems to be the go-to for most people doing such conversions. http://megasquirt.info/
  4. Sorry I'm late to the party. My 2003 6th Gen came with '06+ clear tail lights, but the previous owner had just butchered the stock connectors to fit. It always bugged me and I spent a stupid amount of time tracking the right connectors down. I posted my findings in a thread about it, but the VFRD search engine refused to find it and it wasn't listed under my activity. Anyway, I finally found the thread. The connector you need is a Sumitomo HX .040" connector and can be obtained from the Cycle Terminal website.
  5. I think M8, M10 and M12 all come in three pitch variations. Honda seem to like M10x1.25mm. My 6th Gen and, I believe, my old NC30 had them on the subframe bolts.
  6. If I recall correctly, M10 comes in three flavours: 1.0mm pitch, 1.25mm and 1.50mm. 1.50mm is standard course, most people carry the 1.00mm fine pitch but it seems tricky to find the 1.25mm pitch at the usual hardware outlets. I would be wary of using stainless hardware for motor mounts without anti-seize or some compound to prevent galling.
  7. Fingers crossed. I think your payment makes at least six, which is the minimum Wade will build. Come on people!
  8. There's an 8th Gen dyno chart in the performance header thread:
  9. You'll be operating all three of the rear caliper pistons with the rear master cylinder rather than just the outer two. The middle was previously operated by the secondary master cylinder on the front left caliper, but now you're going to link all three rear pistons together.
  10. Hi TheLimey, Thank you for your donation of 25.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  11. They are really growing on me. Welcome back.
  12. Also, I believe the travel is different between VFR and F4i forks. From memory, the VFR is 109mm and the F4i forks are 120mm, so the VFR cartridge tubes must be used in the new frankenfork to prevent the front tire bottoming out on anything it shouldn't.
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