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About gll429

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  • Birthday 04/29/1971

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  1. I should hope so, i was only the head tech at a honda dealership and now build custom bikes. i ALWAYS add extra grounds to EVERY bike...especially hondas.
  2. or you just use your head.. add 3 grounds from your wire harness to the frame.. front, mid, and back.. from the green wire in the main harness.. and remove the connector block from the stator to the r/r wires. watch the voltage go over 14 in a blink.. i recommend adding a computer fan over the r/r as heat is a killer.
  3. just run an alltread rod through the rear axle and add the bobbins to that..
  4. what the heckl ?? just go the next size up forget the helicoil crap.. use bearing grease on the threads of the tap to trap the shavings... pull the clutch cover to fish out any crap..
  5. throw a computer fan on the r/r fins and it WILL help keep it cool.. installed one 10 years ago on stock r/r .. still going strong..and yes, i am a honda tech.
  6. this bike doesnt have a tip over sensor either..
  7. think pothole.. rebounds.. and the welding on the bottom around the edge makes a MASSIVE difference.
  8. awesome!! .. tack it in a few spots.. 30 + years of working on bikes i have seen a bunch fail.. it is indeed that thin.
  9. i have seen failures from pot holes..aka the triple tree is so thin the riser pulled out.. flip your triple.. shape a piece of aluminum to fit into the pockets. install upside down on the bike.. tighten all bolts. have a welder weld the incerts... flip over drill holes and install your bits and ago for a ride :)
  10. now THAT.. you may be able to fit.. if you are close enough ride your bike over to it ..and test it out.
  11. if i remember right..atf TYPE F as spec'd is 10w
  12. this guy started a similar project... but vanished... he has a bunch of posts that may help you out.. https://www.facebook.com/The-RVF-Project-149364815117109/
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