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The Phantom

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The Phantom last won the day on November 27 2015

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About The Phantom

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    Unleashing 4th Gen Factory Power since 1998
  • Birthday 06/22/1969

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    Sunshine Coast, Queensland AUSTRALIA
  • In My Garage:
    94 VFR750 a few mods
    95 VFR750 totally stock low mileage
    95 VFR750 track bike
    95 VFR750 tourer

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  1. Looks to me like you have an SP2 lower bearing
  2. Hi Manny, welcome to VFRD. It's possible that the slip-on part will work! Honda went from slip on for 3rd, to flange/gasket for 4th, and back to slip-on for 5th. Send an email to Staintune, Adam is quite happy to answer questions like this.
  3. Australian Motorcycle News (AMCN) seems to be going strong, it comes out every fortnight and there's always a recent copy in the lunchroom where I work (major hospital).
  4. Airtech are good if you just want trackbike fairings. Used is your only real way to do it at a reasonable price, even if they're damaged. Get yourself an airless plastic welder, a Dremel, and lots of sandpaper of various grades.
  5. 5th Gen motor is virtually the RC45 motor. However the frame is very different. 4th Gen frame is almost a dead ringer for the RC45 - at least the bits you can see - you just need to fill the two grooves and paint it.
  6. Haha VFRs appearing on picker shows, hilarious 🙂
  7. It's a Wolf Racing underseat system and yes you need to custom adapt it - more or less like you suggested, RC36B. It's a slip-on so no change to the headers. I have one for a 4th Gen.
  8. Fantastic sound down Gardner Straight and a beautiful example of a 5th Gen - thanks!!
  9. I have been hearing that this part is now quite hard to find.
  10. Would have been a terrific ride mate. SE QLD and across the border into NSW has some of the best roads alright. Throw a few more trip pics up. Your brothers bike looks like a gem!
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