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  2. Todays Featured Bike RollinAgain February 18, 2012 538 views 0 comments Recent Popular topics VFR1200 Project Bike Coxylaad March 5 Hello everyone, First post here so a bit of an introduction. I am Coxy, I like taking things to bits! I thought I would come on here to document my VFR1200 project build. I've bui… 1091 views 30 comments New 5th/6th/8th gen performance header now in production in USA sfdownhill December 30, 2018 A pre-production prototype header assembly with specifications nearly identical to the Two Brothers Racing [TBR] 5th gen VFR 800 header is now being constructed in southern California. T… 48061 views 900 comments Power Commander V fix for 2000-2001 VFRs sfdownhill February 9 Dynojet now provides a patch that enables Power Commander V [PCV] to work with 2000-2001 5th gen VFRs! It's true! At least Dynojet says it's true. Dynojet is the company that manufactures Power C… 952 views 27 comments Picture Thread Mattie660 July 4, 2015 A miscellaneous picture thread, for those who like taking pictures as well as riding bikes. I think the Viffer looks good from this angle, taken here crossing the Pyrenees from Spain back into France… 66525 views 517 comments Latest Classifieds 2000 VFR Rear Cowl - Yellow ember1205 Thursday at 07:42 PM Bike is gone and have no use for this any more. Located in central CT, I'm open to offers (please note whether your offer includes the cost of shipping it to you or not, and please provide your ZIP… '91 VFR750 VFR750LV Thursday at 03:07 AM For Sale: 1991 VFR 750 $3000CAD / $2250USD Located in Vancouver, BC. Well sorted and in excellent condition. Upgrades include: polished frame Thurn fairings custo… Powerlet - RapidFIRe heated jacket ($40) Knute Wednesday at 04:41 PM I have a Powerlet - rapidFIRe FAR INFRARAD heated jacket to sell. It comes with a wireless controller, all connection items and instruction manual. Size XL - I'm 44" chest and fits perfect. I purc… 1998 VFR800 parts bike + Wolf Brothers exhaust GearheadEE June 8 I have a 1998 VFR800 with a clean non-op title. I bought it from someone who didn't disclose it had head gasket issues, so it has been sitting for a few years since I discovered that. It has ~35,00… For sale: 2000 Honda VFR800 - $3250 - Sheboygan WI ryebread5if June 8 35,589 miles High mount Dan Moto exhaust Custom Repsol paint scheme Custom Repsol decals (brand new in package) Corbin seat (super comfy!!!) Passenger sissy bar backrest Headlight modulator … Recent Downloads 16-005-508/018 blend MattyIce May 18 This is my first post, but I have been reading the forum for years. I just got a PCV during the pandemic to kill some time and ran into a dead end in terms of maps for my bike: 1999 VFR800 with… 42 views 0 comments Scan of 6th Gen Grabrail Spacer for 3D Printing Calculon May 7 This is a two part file for a hard to find part for the OEM luggage kit of a 6th Gen VFR. The official Honda part numbers are, 08L41-MCW-80012 and 08L41-MCW-800123. The file provided is a 3D scan… 147 views 0 comments YSS Fork Spring Table Mohawk December 13, 2019 Having spent ages trying to find compatible fork springs for an older bike, I came accross this list on the YSS Thailand site & thought it would be a great cross reference for anyone looking for a … 523 views 2 comments Next VFRD Event SUMSUM 4 10 July 2018 - 13 July 2018 didit Go Here - Read This: 0 comments VFRD Mission Statement For owners of the Honda Interceptor and related Honda V4 motorcycles, for the purpose of mutual help concerning safe riding, maintenance, and performance of their motorcycles. Contributions - VFRD is a member supported website with no commercial advertising Unsubscribe here Edit your settings
  3. Todays Featured Bike VfrNiko June 9, 2013 437 views 4 comments Recent Popular topics Lock down boredom TriumphTraitor Wednesday at 03:14 AM So.... Being on this whole social isolation thing got me going a bit stir crazy and I ended up doing a thing.... I ripped apart my gauges and started playing with the LEDs and swapping over to whit… 133 views 12 comments Bike vs. car in the twisties TimC Tuesday at 01:16 PM This probably isn't the post you were expecting from the thread title. I'm wondering how many of you have sports (or sporty) cars you've whipped around the same twisties as your motorcycle. I hav… 275 views 28 comments VFR to RC45 "ish" replica budget build monstar August 16, 2019 Been on here randomly for a few years just asking dumb questions. Sold my rc51 and my crf450 supermoto before I got married 7 years ago (Big mistake! Not the marriage part but selling my bikes. I w… 1928 views 47 comments Exhaust weee06 January 4, 2018 I am looking at replacing my exhaust. I do have the oem saddlebags, so I am wondering some options. I have looked them all up, got some ideas but I am looking for photos more than anything. I would… 11720 views 117 comments Latest Classifieds 8th gen rear carrier Badger1 Tuesday at 02:58 PM Brand new in box rear carrier for 8th gen. Bought 2 at the same time because they are so hard to find. They are especially useful with a tail bag as the grab handles have an opening for easy attachm… IN NEED OF...Clutch master cylinder '86-87 VFR 700/750 BluRoad Monday at 07:50 PM I find myself with a clutch master with a corroded bore. Anyone have a presentable OEM replacement? Shipping to IL, 60002. Thanks, joe.nelson@ymail.com FS: 2014 VFR Interceptor Deluxe_SoCal_Testing Waters bighawk Sunday at 11:37 PM Hello VFRD: Testing waters to see if there is any interest in my VFR. Purchased brand new and in excellent condition. Mods include: - Akropovic Exhaust as mentioned above - Ge… 6rh gen Delkevic exhaust RyleeV4 Sunday at 01:28 AM For sale is a near new Delkevic 9" Oval stainless exhaust, Mid pipe and mufflers. I've had this on the bike for maybe 2 months and its had about 500 miles at most run thru it. There isnt even carbo… 2017 BMW F800GS Adventure $9899 Georgia jimbobvfr1 Saturday at 03:01 PM Your ride to Dalton Hwy or Ushuia is ready! I'm selling my, as new, '17 F800GS Adventure with 9700 miles. I bought it with only 600 miles last spring, did a few trips, added some great parts… Recent Downloads Scan of 6th Gen Grabrail Spacer for 3D Printing Calculon May 7 This is a two part file for a hard to find part for the OEM luggage kit of a 6th Gen VFR. The official Honda part numbers are, 08L41-MCW-80012 and 08L41-MCW-800123. The file provided is a 3D scan… 38 views 0 comments YSS Fork Spring Table Mohawk December 13, 2019 Having spent ages trying to find compatible fork springs for an older bike, I came accross this list on the YSS Thailand site & thought it would be a great cross reference for anyone looking for a … 442 views 2 comments 2002 VFR800 Engine Management Schematic Ladajo August 2, 2019 This version of the wiring diagram has updated to show the actual wiring as found on a 2002 VFR800 California Model. 503 views 0 comments Next VFRD Event 2019 Memorial Spring Ride 02 May 2019 - 05 May 2019 HispanicSlammer 0 comments VFRD Mission Statement For owners of the Honda Interceptor and related Honda V4 motorcycles, for the purpose of mutual help concerning safe riding, maintenance, and performance of their motorcycles. Contributions - VFRD is a member supported website with no commercial advertising Unsubscribe here Edit your settings
  4. I have no experience with the DTC, mine is standard. I had fueling issues in 1st and 2nd gear, I solved that with an aftermarket pipe to rid myself of the exhaust flap thing that seems to be the issue, and then I got full power by using a gear tricking device that always reads 3rd gear or higher. Seems the lower gears had bad maps, i forgot what they call the device it just plugs into the gear indicator wire harness. It was like the revs would drop out between gears and it was really unnerving. I have no idea how the DTC handles that its all fly by wire and might not even be a problem at all. The wieght is a problem if your used to carrying lots of corner speed, obviously its different now. The biggest thing is being smooth on the throttle, the bike is front heavy, it wants to turn but the wieght makes flicking it side to side problematic, it is really stable though. However on really bumpy roads its not so compliant, stiff forks and shock. I have 70k on mine and its been a very reliable comfortable bike, I have been in downpours and its just fine in the heavy rain. Some guys reprogram the ecu to get full power in all gears, and to map the fuel for more power and less smog compliance. I am happy with the way it fuels now. I use Pilot road tires for good milage and a good trade off for grip. Dont turn in like a sport tire but offers good grip, I am not that fast anyway.
  5. HMM that looks like a frankenviffer! Featured
  6. Ahh looks like they are having some server issues...I am no stranger to that. Gotta constantly upgrade and reinvent it or things stop working. That is the nature of software now, they licence it by time, if you dont keep up your licence it drops and you cant use it anymore. ..Buy a new licence and opps this is no longer supported, that is no longer supported, need this new operating system, which needs a new lamp stack linux array, needs more power, needs a faster processor, its a never ending cycle. Its caught me out a few times with VFRD. I Hope Michael sorts it out soon. I dont visit VFRW much..shoot I dont visit here enough and I run the thing. One thing I know is this covid-19 have reintroduced me to my own creation. I have logged in more, fixed more issues, and been present in conversation quite a bit since they issued stay at home orders. I have been working on this site quite a bit this last month.
  7. Check the mini switch under the brake lever. It comes off with a screw. I found mine was toast on a ride in tennessee. It may have been that way for a while and just putting in the new bulb brought it to your attention. Mine had completely disintegrated with use.
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  9. Proper headspace is required, you need to make sure there is the correct volume of air.
  10. Bye Jack you will be missed! You were a good friend and a fun guy to tour motorcycles with.. HS
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