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About VFRpilotDave

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    Frederick, Maryland
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    2003 Honda VFR

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  1. I followed the procedure in my 03 VFR last night and did not have to cut the threaded brake rod at all but it’s at the max adjustment length. Did have to stretch, reassemble, restretch, and test the brake light switch and spring. Great info and thanks to an old thread!
  2. Hi VFRpilotDave, Thank you for your donation of 5.00 USD. We look forward to improving the forums with your donation. Thanks VFRDiscussion
  3. Thanks UrbanEngineer. I spun the adjusting bolt down farther into the U-channel, readjusted the rear brake light switch, and uncurled about 3 coils of the stoplight spring. Of course I had to remove the foot peg bracket, rear brake master cylinder, and heat guard to get to it. And naturally, I had adjusted it all the opposite direction first and then refitted everything nice and snug. Second time was a charm however, and it feels a lot better now! Thanks to the Forum for good tips.
  4. I used MaxSwell’s open ended wrench rear brake pedal bending technique and am now squared off again. A small piece of the toepiece underside splintered off but a touch with a metal file or dremel sander should fix me up. Sorry for the delay but I had to wait until the weather warmed up a bit here in Maryland to avoid cold snapping the metal. Any suggestions on lowering it by an inch to match lowered footpegs?
  5. Thanks for the pedal bending tip! I will try it out in the next few weeks.
  6. Hey MaroonCobra, what was your technique for bending out the rear brake?
  7. That is really well done!
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