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Stéphane

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About Stéphane

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    Fraser Valley, BC, Canada
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    Yamaha RZ500

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  1. Stéphane

    For Sale

  2. Stéphane

    Ghost Town Tour

    2008 Ride of the Ghost Towns
  3. Ok, I've got a few questions for you: 640603 is female? Are you sure? The block is female, so this fitting would have to be male, no? 2- My bike is de-linked, so I wouldn't need the "return line". Could you tell me which fittings I would need? 3- Since I only need one line, do I still need to drill holes? Thanks, SG If you onl ave one line you would only need to widen the existing holes from what I understood. But, if you've only one line... does that mean your rear calliper is only running two pistons? I thought the second line wasn't a "return" line, but a "sending" line from the PCV valve... running the third piston when you apply the front brakes... Here are a few pictures: 1st, no need for the female part, just 2 banjos: (just need to know the angle I should get). Auspañol, you can see on the picture what I did to link the middle piston to the other line.
  4. Ok, I've got a few questions for you: 640603 is female? Are you sure? The block is female, so this fitting would have to be male, no? 2- My bike is de-linked, so I wouldn't need the "return line". Could you tell me which fittings I would need? 3- Since I only need one line, do I still need to drill holes? Thanks, SG
  5. No wonder Ken and Radar got the "volunteer" tagged to their names. What a great write up and product. Nice :rolleyes:
  6. The carbon fiber hugger is NWS. The carbon fiber clutch cover is Thurn. The clear signal lenses I ordered from service honda. To paint the rads black I used Grill / kettle paint (used for painting cooking grills). It's a flat / satin black, good to 1500 degrees. Clutch cover. I want one. Where and how? SG
  7. Stéphane

    Sombody skinned elmo?

    Please, take that horror off the front page.
  8. Hey Seb, I'm getting my 83 VF750F today. I guess you could be of a big help to me. Right now, it's just a project. The guy is asking $300 for it. Here's a pic. Look at the sacrilege I can't wait to strip it down to the bone. Here in BC, the bike will be available for "Collector Plate" which means dirt cheap insurance, but it has to be in mint condition and if modified, the modifications had to be available at the time of production. Viva la 1st Gen!
  9. +1 Lucky litigious Yanks!!! As far as I know Honda Canada is still denying the alternator recall issue let alone the 30 Amp fuse and blue ground connections. I'm gonna have to disagree here. The Alternator recall was done on my bike, and here's the newest from transport Canada: Harness Recall from Transport Canada
  10. I got this one for cheap: I bought all the parts of ebay. I won't have to do the fiberglass because I'll buy a race bike next year, so this set will be up for sale.
  11. congrats. At times, I'm looking for another set of wheels for track days. Unfortunately, right now I'm kinda broke.
  12. Well, we only had 4 15min sessions, so my times went from 1:44 to 1:27. I can easily see another 5sec go, but after that, it will take times. I was talking to a friend who says that a lot of guys who have been racing there for year are still in the 1:22s. The pros do 1:09!!!!!!! Yes I did. BT002 type 3. I love them. I really tortured them :lol: . I haven't found the right pressure yet. 34/34 hot. I might go a bit harder on the back because they really "melted" but never let go(I'll show you the track pics when my friends - pro photographer, emails them to me). There was a guy on ZX6 who said he couldn't get close to me on the straight - too much power :goofy:
  13. Ok here it is: The rear - not as nice, but it'll have to do. safety wiring And this one is for the community :beer:
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