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About JimMoore

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    Jax, FL
  • In My Garage:
    1998 VFR800

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  1. Guys, that's fantastic. Thanks.
  2. Thanks. I'll search around. Expand on the "wiring is EZ" comment if you don't mind. Pretend you're talking to a third-grader. A dumb one.
  3. Hi. hey, I just bought that voltmeter you recommended. Can you show / tell me how you mounted it? Electricity ain't my forte. Thanks,
  4. Plug it with a sticky snake. It will last the life of the tire.
  5. I'm seeing mid-to-high 180s in clean air at speed. It is strange how much difference it makes to be in clean air. I noticed that right away. Thanks for the info, guys. It sounds like I'm in the ballpark.
  6. Thanks. I appreciate the info.
  7. Thanks guys. How are those Superlite sprockets holding up? I read that as "not lasting very long." I was hoping to find a steel sprocket in 45T.
  8. Hi Guys, Coming from a few pure sportbikes my new-to-me 98 VFR800 feels a little over-geared. FOREX it's geared to go almost 150 in 4th gear. And it will get there, but man it takes forever. Has anyone experimented with different sprockets? I think the stock setup is 17/43. The standard sportbike trick is to go -1/+2, but I can't find a 45T rear, so I'm thinking about doing a -1/+1. has anyone tried that? Did you like it? Thanks, Jim Moore
  9. Hi Guys, FNG here. I've had a 98 VFR800 for about a month. It seems to run a little hot, but I have nothing to compare it to. It's been warm here (North Florida) and the temperature is always over 200, and frequently in the 220s. Today, after some shenanigans I was surprised to see the temp at 233. Those numbers seem kinda high to me. Yes? No? As a note, the fan was on and the reservoir is full. Thanks in advance, Jim Moore
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