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About MotoMatic

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    VA
  • In My Garage:
    1992 VFR750F
    1984 VF500C Magna (v30)

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  1. Pulled the wiring harness last night. This is gonna be a project all in itself!
  2. Very nice, thanks for the info. I have gone back and forth on what I want to do with the rear - CBR swap, ZX-14 or aftermarket. Cogent sounds nice, but might be a bit more $$$ than I'm looking to do. I have a buddy who works at a local shop and could do some work on it so may try to scoop the Ohlins unit @artpongs mentioned. In regards to the front end, they are going to be sent off to be re-worked soon to the buddy I mentioned - they def need some tweaking. I hope to have her ready by the PRBs Fall RIde, but who knows with all thats going on...I'm gonna be trying my
  3. Nice, yeah I heard its supposed to real nice tomorrow...makes me wish I had a machine in rideable condition!
  4. Damn thats nice, I wonder how much it would cost to get a spring and rebuild.
  5. Ahh nice! I'm west of you out in the Bristow/Gainesville area. I work in Alexandria. You ever make it out to Skyline Drive or out west to ride?
  6. Haha yeah, those mods sound about right on par with what I would want to do for stage 1. Of course, that only lasts so long before looking at what else can be done! ???
  7. Thanks! I am hoping to achieve rhose results by the end of this journey. ?? In regards to timeframe, it's pretty much up in the air since my schedule is so erratic these days with the kiddos, but I would like to be close to roadworthy in the next 3-4 months. To be honest I havent even thought about engine mods at all because Im so wrapped up in other aspects of the build. What do you think would be some simple mods worthy of taking on? I know nown is the best time to do them since the bike is apart, but I'm trying to balance funds with the "absolutely necessary " vs "
  8. I decided it was time to share my work in progress, a '92 VFR build - codename: "Vianca". This is my first foray into modifying/building a motorcycle and it has been quite the learning experience thus far. Without the help of communities like this one, DIY'ers like myself would surely be lost. Background I bought the bike from a guy off Craigslist for $1000 along with another project bike - a Honda Magna VF500c (my next project after this one). Two running bikes for under $2k - I was pumped!!! The VFR was done up as a streetfigher with some CBR parts (subframe, 929
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