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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. Just relocated back to Tucson after a 20 year absence. Looking for fun/good roads to ride. It used to be Mt Lemmon, Kitt Peak Observatory and the road out to Colossal Caves were good rides, not sure if that is still the case, looking for something not as populated with cars/bicycles. Thanks!
  6. Please post up a review, as this is something that intrigues me, living in AZ.....
  7. 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.....
  8. 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?
  9. Stomp grips help, small addition, but makes a big difference when you're riding aggressively.
  10. 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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