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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
    95 VFR750

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  1. Could be CBR600 F4i front end?
  2. Great work Seb, looks better than new.
  3. So now that everyone has had the opportunity to air their views, we can let it go. And wait to see what comes our way. Perfect.
  4. Haha yes I'll pay that John 😄 I could take a similar photo, as my 4th Gen collection doubled this year... I now have three red ones to go with the one formerly known as black - which is still a project... The two newcomers are goers, which makes a nice change.
  5. The RC24 with 'VFR840' decal has had the 750 bored out to 837cc.
  6. Great photos! Was the 840 conversion worth the effort and cost?
  7. The Phantom

    Heading Home. Old pacific Hwy

    I have that helmet (Shark Spartan carbon), best helmet I've ever owned.
  8. I can't speak for the 5th Gen, but I'm pretty sure I read that when HRC went to a 6" rear wheel on the RC45 it was offset to the front wheel (because of swingarm clearance issues) and apparently it made no difference whatsoever to how the bike tracked.
  9. A member here was looking into doing this some years back, pretty sure they were trying to fit GSX-R throttle bodies to a 4th Gen. IIRC the topic petered out without the motor ever firing up.
  10. It's not what you've got, it's what you do with it, Chris... My trick is to fit smaller bodywork, which makes it look bigger
  11. Hi John I have a Triumph eccentric in my 4th Gen swingarm, with an 848 Marchesini. I had the axle shortened and re-threaded as it was around 30mm too long for the Duc wheel. The original Triumph two-piece nut/collar fits, and so does the aftermarket alloy Ducati one-piece nut/collar I bought for about $50 off ebay. They are the same thread.
  12. I still reckon you need that chain of mine... it matches the wheels!
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