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EnduringGuerila

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About EnduringGuerila

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    Colorado Springs, CO
  • In My Garage:
    '90 VFR750FL,
    '03 XR250R,
    '08 CBR600RR,
    '12 KLR650,
    '94 Beta Techno 250,
    '02 Katana 600

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  1. Why's that? All dynos put out different numbers anyway, I just need something good enough to accurately test different jets on several bikes I have and tunes if I buy a power commander for my CBR. Even my xr250r has a big bore kit in it (from previous owner) and it doesn't feel perfect yet. A dyno can be built for fairly cheap and the software is open source. My roommate is a better programmer than I am and should be able to help if I have any bugs or desired improvements. As long as the output is consistent and repeatable, it should be a significant help.
  2. Build is on a slight hold. Really want to get my lift table ordered, the tires keep getting delayed from being shipped and I want to build a dyno. With all the other projects I have, I really need to knock some other stuff out first.
  3. I just added some 'glamor' shots to post two with the other pics. You can see it isn't perfect but it also wasn't trashed or anything. The seller said the tank pad started to come off and when removing it, took the original paint with it...
  4. Lol, now that's just funny... This is the most conceited shit I have heard in a long time. You're basically saying your uninspired vision for the bike is for them to all stay stock forever. Doesn't matter who owns it nor how they want to use the bike, how they like it to look, how they want to dump excessive money into modding it to become their dream machine. I chose this platform as a huge personal project instead of just flipping it. As mentioned previously, I did extensive research into the bike once I realized it had a uniqueness to it. Yes I was only initially inter
  5. Haha, I actually was planning on removing it for the weight savings. Hadn't decided if I want to sell all the old parts or keep them for... whatever reason. Leaning towards selling, especially if prices are right
  6. Ah, so slight correction, I was not intending to imply I needed larger jets when I said I wanted a jet kit. Just that I wanted new jets that were appropriately sized for the VFR and for this altitude. I have read that don't need to be rejetted here unless you're riding a lot up in the mountains but if the bike is rich from the factory then it'll only be exaggerated here. So, the stock slow jet seems to be the #40 and the main jet the #130 I then looked up the VFR750R and it has a slow jet of #38 too. Also wondering if I might need a slightly smaller main jet. What i
  7. Anyone have a specific recommendation for what jet kit to use? I'm up in Colorado Springs and the bike currently starts without choking and it does feel like the ratio is off.
  8. Here are the only two pics from the ad before I bought the bike. The seller said the right side panel "Flew off going down the highway" and didn't go back to recover it. I took some 'glamor' shots of the bike as I bought it. Here are pictures of a random bike I found online. I'll likely copy some style ideas from this guys build. (not the fake wood though)
  9. I'm new to the VFR as I just bought this 1990 VFR750F over the weekend for $700 and drove it home (which was quite scary given the condition of the tires and how it didn't want to lean). The trooper currently has 55k miles on the odo. The seller had owned the bike since 2003 and it was his first bike. I believe he was only the second owner of it and left it completely stock other than the rear fender. Ultimately, I plan on building this into something much sleeker and lighter weight than stock. Something sort of cafe racer / tracker style. I don't care to keep the bike lo
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