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  1. Thanks for the suggestion. I will try that if the Polyvance repair doesn't hold.
  2. I ordered a Polyvance kit off eBay. Hope this works but if the stresses that broke it the first time are present it will likely break again. Thanks for the suggestions. The Lego solution appeals to me as terribly clever but I don't have a Lego or acetone, although I could get both. I'll try the kit first and it that doesn't work I'll go the Lego route. Thanks again.
  3. Thank you. Since it's not visible won't have to worry about beauty, just durability.
  4. This plastic piece broke off after hitting a particularly bad pothole. It's there any way to repair this? I can't imagine adhesive of any kind would be strong enough. Ideas? BTW it's the rear cowling.
  5. Just read this on the Cycle World site. Had me going for a minute... https://www.cycleworld.com/story/blogs/ienatsch-tuesday/the-ride-better-drug/ tps://www.cycleworld.com/story/blogs/ienatsch-tuesday/the-ride-better-drug/
  6. Same here. Just a little golden hue. Did you have yours passivated?
  7. They are the real deal and if they ever run another batch you should consider buying a set.
  8. Watching the MotoAmerica races and there's a view of Mt Ranier in the background-said it was gonna be over 100 degrees today and tomorrow. Glad you got out early. Beautiful view.
  9. Looks like mine-for a minute I thought you'd hacked my computer and copied my photo😁. So far so good. Very high quality wiring included as well.
  10. Loaded the Attack map onto the PC III and went out for a 105 mile ride. My bike is as close as possible to the bike used on the Dyno at Attack-headers, PC III, K & N air filter and free flowing pipe. First impressions are that the PC III and the Attack map result in a much smoother power delivery from below 4K to redline. It reminds me of how if felt when I first rode it but w/ more power throughout the rev range. Very impressive pulling power, even in top gear when over 7K rpms. Gotta hold on for sure up there! Great work all around. I can't thank sfdownhill and Duc2V4 for all the hard work to get these headers built and shipped as well as the long hours spent at Attack Performance getting this map done. Bravo!
  11. Thanks. I PM'd him. Do you think you will get better HP and torque numbers from a custom map? Dumb question-of course you will but how much better I wonder. Be interested in how much better-please let us know!
  12. That's one beautiful VFR-those pipes...wow. I did manage to load a map someone on this site gave me-it's a map for a full Erion exhaust and today managed to get those damned plugs routed to where they hook into the wiring harness. My hands are torn up but it's in there. Seems to be running rich. I will buy the Attack map and let 'er rip. Thanks for all the info.
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