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About Marooncobra

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    Factory Team Rider

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    Sydney Australia
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    6th Gen, 2002 VFR 800FI non ABS

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  1. Gutted stock cat on 02 vfr. Don't do it

    So are you going to put the gutted headers back on and try again with the engine at the correct temp?
  2. Kind of a newbie

    Welcome, The clutch pack rattle is pretty normal for the Vfrr. When you strip down the clutch to replace the plates and springs inspect the baskets as they can wear and be badly grooved, which can also make the rattle worse. If worn badly, be aware they are expensive to replace! A slipper clutch might be an alternative but I think there is only one company that makes them and again they are expensive. Cheers
  3. 6th gen clutch hard shifting

    I’ve just looked in the manual and the the friction ring I mentioned about being the right way is referred to as the friction spring, sorry. Air shouldn’t have got into the system unless the piston came out but if it is not operating fully due to air it may be why you are getting clunky changes.
  4. 6th gen clutch hard shifting

    Have you reassembled the clutch pack in the correct sequence and with the friction ring the right way round? Is the clutch rod free to move in the bore and have you bled the system to ensure you are getting full movement? Did you install the correct number of discs and friction plates? Did you ensure the plates and friction plates were installed alternately and when bolting down the clutch plate it was square and not squewed? Finally was the release bearing square in the clutch plate cover and bottomed in the recess? I suspect you will need to strip the assembly down again to find the fault.
  5. Yes, if if you look at the air box bottom half, with the four holes for the velocity stacks, the oil breather opening is on the top left, in front of the MAP sensor, and looks like a half moon. The filter black oil stain corresponds to this location.
  6. That is not the PAIR inlet but the oil breather recirculation inlet. The pair inlet is at the same end of the air box but the other side.
  7. Newbie with new mods!

    The HID projector units I fitted in mine were off eBay. No issues with the ballasts and the lights are amazing for distance and light spread across the road. It improves ridability at night and I am actually putting more light out than a standard car with halogen bulbs, mainly as all four lights are on dipped and can be switched to main beam. I went for 4000k bulbs. The cutoffs are also perfect and stop any light hitting on coming traffic.
  8. Newbie with new mods!

    Jonah, here is the original link to my install with a wiring diagram for the latching relay following RC51Nick advice on a latching relay.
  9. Newbie with new mods!

    Have you used a latching relay so the HIDs come on after the bike starts? If not your bulbs will not last very long. I only found this out after fitting mine last year and wired up the relay to come on once I hit the horn. See the link below
  10. Winter cooling improvement project

    If I fitted a switch to kick in at 80 my fan would be running pretty much all the time here in Aus
  11. Sounds like your breather pipe is either blocked or kinked
  12. The 4 cheap mods

    Is the speedo sensor correctly sat on the front spoket nut? If it isn’t, it may be slipping giving you false readings. If this is the case you will need to buy a new adaptor as they are plastic and if not seated right would have burred round instead of a hex nut shape.
  13. If there is no special tool to remove, i would use a dremel to put a slot across the head of the bolt and then use a flat blade screwdriver to remove. If that doesnt work, dremel the head of the bolt off totally, remove the ignition barrel and then remove the exposed bolt threads with mole grips.
  14. How do you affix your power commander

    My PC has a negative wire going to the battery and it is Velcro to an area under the seat to prevent it moving.
  15. 2003 VFR, No FI light, No engine turnover, won't start

    Is the main engine stop on your throttle cluster switched to on? Has the new battery got a charge? Get a multi meter and check its voltage. If good check, then check the battery connections as some batteries look identical but the terminals are switched over. Check there is no protective plastic covering the new terminals that you should have removed prior to installation. If all good from there, then start checking the fuses.

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