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About VFR80025th

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    Factory Team Rider

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    Toronto, ON, Canada
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    2007 VFR 800 25th Anniversary

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  1. A duo of classic honda Paint schemes. Priceless!
  2. I lost the tab completely unless its under neath the seat somewhere I will have to take another look. Broke clean off from the looks of it.
  3. Looks like I may have inadvertently pulled on the cowl when removing the seat and broke the smalll plastic tab at the rear of the cowl.. Daaaaaamn! Anyway I guess my only solution right now is iIhave placed some gorilla tap under neath the rear of the seat and on the inside of the cowl. Should prevent the cowl from slightly moving up and down without the tab. The 2 sides clips are fine. An
  4. Is the OEM bulb H7 for both low and High beam for 6th gen VFR 800 vtec. I've heard Honda wants over $40 (Can) I don't need one but when I do which is best replacement for OEM. Thxs
  5. If I move to an 8th gen or add a buddy to my RWB at the end of this season i will be powder coating them black. What do you guys think?
  6. Congrats. I have a RWB myself. How many kms? The wheels need to be white! LOL It is the best bike I have ever owned. The Gentlemens sportbike. Enjoy and ride safe!
  7. MY RWB VFR has been the best motorcycle I have ever owned. I have had it for 3 years. Not one problem. No electrical issues. Nice! New shoes this year Road 5s and new Yuasa YTZ12s. She has 32,000kms or 20,000 miles. I may move onto to an 8th gen but it does look a little boring but the white is growing on me. The RWB is hard to beat looks wise. May consider 2020 Suzuki Katana 1000. But this is all up in the air but I do love VFRs and Vfour engines so 8thgen VFR is in the running. I will powder coat wheels white or black if I get 8thgen over winter. Nothing is written in stone but that is what I'm thinking right now. Thxs Ride safe.
  8. 2007 VFR 800 RWB - 30,000kms Never replaced Stator or RR. Machine has been perfect during my ownership. Good Luck! and Ride Safe!
  9. I was riding near the airport in Toronto and shot this pic. This bike never gets boring to look at. Road 5s are scrubbed in and I am impressed so far. Ride safe.
  10. Thsx guys, but I don't think I'm going to pull stator cover off just to check if its burnt or not. I have talked to many VFR owners who have not had any RR or Stator failures on their machines. (Especially 2006 and onwards.) Some with way over twice the mileage of my VFR. Mmmmmmmm!
  11. The bike has been flawless. To begin the year I have installed a set of Road 5s and a new Yuasa YTZ12s Previous battery was fine but it was 4 years old and PO put in a no name battery. I say your coming out. No Stator issues no burnt wiring (RR). Nothing. Can these Stator issues and wiring issues (RR) be related to those who ride in the city and all weather conditions. (Rain) I never ride in the rain and never in stop and go. Just open roads and high speeds. So no high heat buildup. Just a thought. Thxs and Ride Safe!
  12. Well I've put some miles on these Road5s and I have a pretty big smile on my face. Great grip when leaned over and super stable at high speeds. Over 230kmh. Ya ya why are you riding that fast. LOL Any how you will pay more for the Michelins but to me they are worth it. U get what you pay for. Good luck.
  13. Wow, what a difference over my PR 4's. My VFR felt downright tippy after getting used to riding on a squared off rear. PR4s served me well and probbaly could have lasted another 1500 km . These feel stciky compared to the PR4s I'm still scrubbing them in but even hard stopping I can feel the difference which translates to so much more confidence when jumping on the binders. My VFR is my sportbike. I do not tour or go long distances but I want a tire that will last 3 -4 years. I' will chime in again at how the bike behaves at more extreme angles. Ride safe.
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