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Samuelx

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Samuelx last won the day on November 9 2017

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About Samuelx

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    Los Angeles County
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    a bunch of junk, wife's mini-van, and a 2015 VFR800D

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  1. lol Marv! kinda reminds me of:
  2. I got my bike back yesterday. Hoping to take it out tomorrow or Friday. Just wanted to say MUCHAS GRACIAS!! to SFDownhill and also to Duc2V4 for all their hard work, dedication, patience, and attention to detail. It was a pleasure meeting and working through the process with SF and I'm looking forward to meeting up with him and Duc for a ride someday! Crappy cell phone pic below, better pictures to follow...
  3. I could live with any of the three (bronze, black, or white) but what I'd personally really like would be to install the wheels from a newer CB1000R...
  4. Came across this today. Haven't watched it yet but it looks interesting. 2nd link is only good for 7 days. https://www.autentic-distribution.com/70/pid/801/Whatever-May-Come.htm https://we.tl/t-uTCE9u0l3w
  5. Nice library of articles. With regards to the article on the importance of covering the brake(s) - for a long time now, I've been procrastinating writing an article applying OODA to motorcycle riding and covering the brake would definitely be part of minimizing the time frame of the Act portion of the loop...
  6. Speaking of Nick, I just came across this not too long ago (in case anyone hasn't seen it): http://ironbrothersmc.com/motors/[Sport Riding Techniques]/Sport.Riding.Techniques.pdf
  7. I rarely wear my seat belt... :D
  8. Hail Caesar! Is 'semper ubi sub ubi' part of ATGATT? ;)
  9. I don't know if this would be feasible/practical, but what about swapping out the entire rear caliper with a unit that is known to be working properly?
  10. 2015 HONDA VFR800D and VFR800F Right front brake caliper – bleeder screw - 45111-MEL-013 SCREW, BLEEDER (same for left side) Rear brake caliper – bleeder screw - 43352-568-003* SCREW, BLEEDER (NISSIN) Clutch slave cylinder – bleeder screw - 22866-MF2-711* SCREW, BLEEDER *Note the two different part numbers for the rear brake caliper and clutch slave cylinder - I sure hope Speedbleeder is correct saying that the same Speedbleeder part (SB8125L) fits both...
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