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VifferJ

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VifferJ last won the day on August 13 2018

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About VifferJ

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    2014 VFR800

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  1. Is the red just a sticker with black plastic underneath?
  2. VifferJ

    2014 California

    Looks like a great trip, thx for sharing the pics! 😎
  3. How does one go about ordering the 8th gen header and what's the cost? Or did you have to order in advance?
  4. Oh my, this is getting exciting! Sorry if I missed it, but has price been determined yet for a gen 8 header?
  5. Congrats, they are great bikes! I'll be curious your impressions between the 7th and 8th gen after doing some touring miles.
  6. Oh my, nice wife you've got there! She got a sister?
  7. I feel like the lean angle when on the side stand is still quite upright compared to my other bikes, makes me nervous if parked outside when it's windy, has anyone shortened the oem side stand to help off-set this? I bought a side stand foot awhile back but there's no way to use without the bike being too upright? Thoughts, ideas, inputs?
  8. Are the 6th gens known to have electrical problems? Maybe I was just lucky but my 6th gen was a mule, never had any issues at all, typical Honda IMO.
  9. Sargent built it, I sent them the oem pans. The heat works great, the comfort I was hoping for more but it's fine around town, longer trips I throw the Airhawk on.
  10. I had a 6th gen and really enjoyed it, no complaints at all, great bike! I picked up an 8th gen summer before last and am really enjoying it, the 8th gen to me seems to have more tech and refinements, a more current day look and feel IMO. I really like that the 8th gen oem luggage doesn't require those ugly racks, even the oem trunk mount is more compact, integrated and clean, adjustable seat, heated grips, traction control, LED lights, and I like that the brakes aren't linked now. I added a heated seat and cruise control and am all set, am loving this bike! You should keep your 07 RWB though and still buy an 8th gen, otherwise you'll always look back on why you sold the RWB. Neither of these bikes are expensive compared to other options out there, having one of each for not too much over $10k sounds like a great investment and future smiles of rides! What about the 8th Gen do you like that makes you consider doing it?
  11. I have the Throttlemeister on my Gen 8, it works just like it should, no problems at all with it. I bought it used from a guy here or the other forum that was running it on his Gen 8, he said it was a Gen 6 Throttlemeister and that Throttlemeister told him they would be the same. I don't have the box so don't have the part #, sorry.
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