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About jefferson

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    Parkville, Mo.
  • In My Garage:
    93 VFR, 99 ZRX 1100, 78 XS750, 2-83 XZ550RK.

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  1. That sounds easy enough. Just like attaching to an email. Nothing like the process I have seen other places.
  2. I've seen your work in other posts, but really isn't what I'm looking for. I would love to find a guy local or close with a 4th gen and center stand that I could look at and compare to see the feasability.
  3. Barnett has cryo'd aluminum drive plates that fit our clutches. I just got done ordering a set. You have to call them to order them and will probably have to talk to a tech guy. The part number is 402-35-078069c. They also have an old part number they use which is HP-69-20. I would give them both numbers. I have been using these for close to 30 years with no problem. Lighter weight and rotational weight so the engine should rev quicker. Probably no noticeable, but it's there.
  4. I would really like to put a 4th gen exhaust on my 93, but I am not going to give up my center stand. What i would like to know is whether the 4th gen stand will bolt onto a 3rd gen bike. If it will this would allow me to run the 4th gen exhaust and still have a center stand. I think the weight reduction would be significant. I was also wondering if the 4th gen rear fender is a bolt on to the 3rd gen. I don't want to cut the stock unit, but I like the shorter 4th gen fender. The fender isn't a big deal, but the exhaust and center stand is something I would really like to do and I guess the 4th gen center stand will determine whether I can get it done.
  5. I haven't even taken any pictures of it yet and wouldn't have a clue about posting them. Never done that on any of the forums I frequent. Not overly computer savvy.
  6. Looking for a pair of 4th gen rear turn signals that are in good shape. Not seeing much on ebay although I didn't check before posting this.
  7. I finally bought what I think is the most beautiful bike ever made. Ended up getting it out of Tulsa from Ash. Not sure if he is on here or not. It only has 16,000 miles and a center stand and side stand fairing and many other extra's. Been working every day since I brought it home so am hoping to get some things done tomorrow. I know I would like to get a set of the 4th gen turn signals for it as the start of many things to come. Lots of reading to do besides what I have done. Hope to learn and contribute as much as I can.
  8. Something you might try is increasing the rebound damping. That will help when the oil thins out from the heat. Kind of a bandaid, but it will make it wallow less.
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