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About coupedupsubie

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    Maine
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    1994 VFR750 - TBR 4-1 left hand header
    1993 CB750

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  1. From looking at part data it looks as though they are identical. Although a nice braided 2 line setup is always nice.
  2. Looks like a left exit TBR setup. The short link pipe is always stainless, the rest could be regular steel. I would consider buying it if I was close enough. I bet the starter clutch is cracked. I could only expect a $400 return on it.
  3. I double checked the Thurn website, it looks like the rear signals now have bulbs instead of boards. A quick email can find out the actual details. If true that would make your idea possible, and not all that hard. The front signal bulb holders(1157 style) should fit the rear signal housings. I would buy a 3 wire connector and replace the harness side 2 wire connector to add a jumper to the brake signal wire on the brake light harness. The front signals come with yellow 1156 bulbs, due to being produced in Europe where front facing amber running lights are illegal in many countries. I bought switchback 1157 bulbs, so it works like many modern cars.
  4. I used LED bulbs from Diode Dynamics in my front signals. I meant to add that Diode Dynamics offers great bulbs, that are plenty bright. My rear turn signals and brake light are by Thurn Motorsports and have an LED board in them so I can't change them.
  5. I use Diode Dynamics for my LED bulb needs. When I bought Thurn Motorsports clear housings for the front blinkers I put in switchback bulbs.
  6. Just be mindful of the adjustments you make. I stiffened the suspension on mine a few months after owning it. Add in the fact that the rear tire had been only worn in the middle 40%. Needless to say I went for a low speed low side ride.
  7. I don't have a 6th gen but I went through CoreMoto for a full set of lines for my 4th gen. They build custom lines, with a number of different options.
  8. Ken, As you mentioned having a welder and other tools to fabricate with, if you have a lathe you could possibly make up some adapters to go between the hose sizes. If the OD's have a large enough difference you could even look at offsetting the smaller side as much as possible to prevent splitting the RC46 throttle bodies. Pair that with some silicon hoses and it might work. Just a quick thought, someday I will have the tooling, space, and time to do builds like this.
  9. It is all new pieces, machined just for this, nothing from other bikes.
  10. I wish I had a picture of my garage. I only have two, my 94 VFR and a 93 CB750 Nighthawk(might start a Seven-Fifty conversion) so far, with my ATV stuffed in behind them. My girlfriend says I don't need anymore, we will see.
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