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douglasthecook

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About douglasthecook

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    World Superbike Racer
  • Birthday 01/10/1971

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    Tucson, AZ
  • In My Garage:
    1996 VFR, 2018 Aprilia RSV4

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  1. This art reminds me of the cover for Pink Floyd's "The Division Bell"...
  2. I do believe that you are now suffering from MBS.........Multiple Bike Syndrome...not a bad thing to have, but storage can get dicey!!!
  3. So that's where Guinness comes from......... it is actually the blood of motorcycles...
  4. Thanks for the review! I ordered one of these, should arrive Wednesday..... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004VMF27O/ref=twister_B00DMDY3BE?th=1&psc=1
  5. Please post up a review, as this is something that intrigues me, living in AZ.....
  6. Safe-T was cool enough several years ago to let me in on the modified rear axle to fit a single nut ducati rear wheel. I still have it, and it works really well, I just want something that could work as a spare, and don't necessarily want to have to rework the entire rear axle/brake system. Although, that wouldn't be a stretch, as pretty much everything on my VFR has been re-worked.....
  7. So if I understand you correctly, a Honda Hawk/NT650 rear axle will work for the VFR 750, just need to drill a different pattern for the drive pins?
  8. Stomp grips help, small addition, but makes a big difference when you're riding aggressively.
  9. I could be mistaken, but I was under the impression that a coil is a type of capacitor, very well could be wrong, but if it is, I do not think wiring an additional capacitor in-line would be necessary. Interesting idea on the resistor though. I did run the COPs for one week, but then removed them, as the bike developed a nasty idle, and ran really rough once under way. Installing the stock coils remedied the issue, but your idea does make me wonder if a 1.5 ohm resistor would do the trick.
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