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Bassman

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About Bassman

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    Local Racer

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    Sandhurst UK
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    2010 VFR1200F
  1. Bassman

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    On the lower adjuster, slacken the R/H nut fully and slip the adjuster out of the bracket. This gives plenty of slack.
  2. Bassman

    Throttle Tamer Pic3.jpg

    G2 Throttle Tube fitted.
  3. Bassman

    Throttle Tamer Pic5.jpg

    If you're refitting the Cowl, ensure the tabs arrowed fit in the slots in the inner cowl.
  4. Hi Guys, Thanks for the link - I managed to find my way to that having posted the question the other day. Was a little frustrated by some of the photos being less than informative, but it was a freebie, so I'm not complaining. So, all I needed to remove was the R/H cowl and Robert's your Auntie's live in lover! Interestingly I watched a video on how to remove the cowl, the guys last wors were "Dont let anyone tell you it's difficult" (or similar) which it absolutely wasn't. Getting it back on is a little more challenging! Lots of stuff to line up, tabs that have to slid
  5. Thank you my friend, sounds like a cunning plan!
  6. Hi Everyone, Newbie Here! So I bought my VFR a few months ago and have ben frustrated by how quickly it gains speed after riding over a small bump while trying to maintain 30mph in town. I had a look round the web for a solution and came upon a discussion here for fitting a Throttle Tamer. It looked like the ideal solution, so I watched a couple of videos (of fitments to other bikes as I couldn't find one for the VFR1200). Looked a doddle. I think I read one chap struggled with cable slack when modding his bike - as in lack of it. Despite my bike being 10 years old, it
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