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    Mililani, HI USA
  • In My Garage:
    '01 VFR800
    '01 VFR800
    Wolf underseat exhaust
    Ohlins shock
    NWS hugger

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  1. Aloha, Eric Earlier in the conversation, Dangeruss had asked about relocating the mount points to avoid having to dremel the brake pads. Did you ever come to a conclusion, one way or another?
  2. Aloha, Eric Can I still order this adapter for a 32G caliper?
  3. Hi Anonymous, Thank you for your donation of 100.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
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  5. Hi ggathagan, Thank you for your donation of 100.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
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    Set

    Excellent shot!
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    VFR Paint Job 3

    Very nice! I'm usually not big on multi-colored stripes, but your paint job really reduces the bulky look of the fairing. The Akrapovic also looks much better than it does on the Akrapovic site. Was it as simple as removing the pillion foot rest, making the mounting bracket and rotating the mid pipe or was it more involved?
  8. Just out of curiosity, I looked up Dan Dreisbach, as the link to Naked Sculptures no longer works. The new website: https://hammersandwelders.com/ Whether he still has the jig for the underseat Y-pipe is unknown, but JZH's pipe and underseat tray are proudly displayed: https://hammersandwelders.com/custom-cars-and-bike-parts.php
  9. I'd looked briefly at replacing the single filament socket with a dual filament version. The two main concerns: Finding the proper socket for the bulb. The locking bulb socket that Emgo uses looks pretty generic, so there's a pretty good chance you could find a replacement piece that was made for a dual filament bulb and would lock properly in the lens. The wiring is a more difficult hurdle. The passageway that runs through the stalk of the mirror and the hole that DB drilled through the large Phillips-head screw would both have to be enlarged to allow for a third wire. That would involve a c
  10. No, 30 is ground and no diodes are needed. 87a is the power lead from the running light circuit. 30 is the path to ground for that circuit (the mirror's bulb). 85 is the power lead from the turn signal circuit. 86 is the path to ground for the turn signal circuit. Instead of attempting to run the mirror's single filament bulb with two different 12v sources (running light and turn signal), my circuit is interrupting the steady state running light source by opening up that circuit's path to ground for the mirror's bulb. Attaching the turn signal lead to one side of the the relay's coil (8
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