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About Sweeper

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  • Birthday 03/28/1959

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    Hartselle, Alabama
  • In My Garage:
    07 VFR800
    14 CB500X
    17 CRF250L
    two bad dogs and...
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  1. I agree, change all of the fluids and put on new tires. If it has truly been inside, you could cheat on the tires for a bit. My bike had almost new five year old tires when I got it. I rode it for the weekend and it was like riding on wood.
  2. I’ve seen two. Yours may be one of the two or a third. I can’t remember who had them but both were seen at TMac years ago. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. A yellow 6th gen! You are in a pretty exclusive club.
  4. That's it Leon, I'm never riding pillion with you again! I thought I was the one and only.
  5. Where’s that popcorn emoji? Looking forward to reading the updates. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Looks like a relic from the Titanic!😁
  7. I came across this on a CB500x forum. This cable https://smile.amazon.com/capital_auto-Diagnostic-Cable-Harness-Adapter/dp/B083HRML9H/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?dchild=1&keywords=honda+obd2+4+pin+plug+adapter+cable&qid=1585584686&sr=8-1-fkmr0 allows you to use a odbii reader to see live data and stored codes. Thought some of you 8th gen owners might enjoy playing with it. Should be able to use it with a bluetooth obdii reader and free app. The whole setup should be under fifty or sixty bucks. There is software that allows you to reflash the factory computer also. No idea what that costs. If only they had done this for the 6th gen!
  8. Bob and I talked last night and there really was no way not to cancel. If things change, we can still have the event there just won't be shirts, food, tents, chairs, etc. Like a lot of you, this is my big event of the year and I plan to see it happen if at all possible. I've seen a lot of discussion on riding during the quarantine and folks not concerned about road closures. One thing you should check if you decide to go ahead is your insurance. Most companies will deny coverage if you are on a closed road. That could include your medical coverage in an accident. Be safe out there! Stay tuned for updates on IF and WHEN.
  9. Welcome to VFRD. Great to see someone jump in with both feet! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Sixth gens lean pretty hard to the left when stock. There is a really good chance you won't need a shorter one. If you do, a good welder would be able to cut and re-weld the existing stand for a lot less money than buying an adjustable. When I lengthened the stand on my CB500x, I got a used one on ebay for $15 and had a friend cut and re-weld the two in order to gain 1.5".
  11. Great story! That ones almost as sketchy as Larry’s.[emoji16] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. That very thing has been discussed. We are still too many for any house we can rent but its sadly heading that direction. The evening social gathering is a large part of the event. I prefer to stay on site so that I don't miss any of the fun. If the event is forced to cancel, some of us will still be in the area to ride I'm sure.
  13. If any of you are worried, the event is still on. The only thing that would stop us is if the state or federal government shut us all down. If there is any change, it will be posted here on VFRD. The only thing keeping me away will be the law. LETS RIDE!
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