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indianagenius last won the day on March 14 2012

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About indianagenius

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    Factory Team Rider
  • Birthday 06/22/1961

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    Batesville, IN
  • In My Garage:
    1999 VFR800FI - Delkevic High Mount Exhaust, K&N Air Filter, Y2K Mirrors, PAIR Removal, Powerlet

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  1. A quick glance shows my rear pads are due for replacement after about 10K miles. The fronts don't look as worn. Is this typical? Thanks
  2. Great looking 5th Gen. Looks a lot like mine. I want that seat.
  3. indianagenius

    IMG_2945.JPG

    Great photo of the best VFR generation.
  4. indianagenius

    Old Pacific Hwy

    I think the 5th Gen looks better without the VFR decals. I got rid of mine also.
  5. indianagenius

    GEN 8

    That is gorgeous. Can you tell us what that is?
  6. indianagenius

    IMG 21292

    This is cool. I miss my Gen 4.
  7. indianagenius

    Napa

    This is set-up almost exactly like my '99. High mount pipe, pillion pegs deduct, rear fender bob, DB windscreen. Only thing different is I removed the VFR decals on the panels. Yes, very good photography here.
  8. That is gorgeous. I had two Gen 4's. Unfortunately, I destroyed both of them. I am still in one piece, however.
  9. I love the look of the 2014 and absence of decals. These are some great shots.
  10. This road and the surrounding scenery are awesome. You have to be so careful not to get wrapped-up in the scenery and not pay enough attention to the road. This is definitely a place everyone should visit and do some hiking also.
  11. indianagenius

    Pic9

    Love the no-sticker look. Very clean.
  12. indianagenius

    Technique

    Your technique really isn't that bad. Your are not leaning the wrong way or anything. Looks like a decent sport-touring position, but not sport. So, your body position looks proper given the bike.
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