- Birthday 04/04/1963
In My Garage:
1999 800 VFR - Red
1952 Ford 8N Tractor
Kawasaki KLX 110
an assortment of borrowed tools
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SA2360 commented on Veefer800Canuck's gallery image in Member's Gallery
98 VFR photos
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HA! Round here in my small town, just wearing my high-viz vest, some people look at me like I must be queer. :goofy:
For all of us wanting a picture of the event.....I think this is as close as we'll get:
SORRY, MY DEAR!!!! It's just another story without pictures, you little HottieCzech! Greg :wub: DITTO!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)
My Electrical Gadget Addiction
SA2360 replied to house's topic in ModificationsI haven't seen so much lights and electronics since sitting in the cockpit of a fighter jet.....when does the heads up display get installed in your wind screen? :unsure: Pretty soon you'll need a co-pilot besides you to manage all of the instruments. What's the Vector Victor? Roger, ROGER! :lol:
Carrozzeria Alu Wheel Set: Vfr800
SA2360 replied to Veefer800Canuck's topic in ModificationsNope, I snatched that pic right from the source, www.borderlinecustomcycle.com. look under the "projects" link. It's a 1992 ZX7 with MV Agusta body, R1 tail, Duc swingarm, ohlins, aluminum tank, and nitrous... :joystick: :thumbsup: Wonder what it sounds like? Look Ma'.....no cans!!!!!!!!!
My Version Of Frankenviffer
SA2360 replied to a topic in ModificationsNow someone just needs to come up with the bride of Frankenviffer!!! I must say I've never seen such handywork. Truly one of a kind and probably a conversation starter. Thanks for sharing...hope you have a quick recovery!
Lower A Gen 5 For Free
SA2360 replied to a topic in ModificationsSince this thread is open I might as well ask for some feedback........My 5th gen has been lowered by previous owner. I've been riding with the bike in it's current set-up. I'm 5'10", 200 lbs......I've had some problems with bottoming out the rear end when I hit a rise or unavoidable hole...stator screw has left a few scratches into rubber. Placing the bike back to factory settings, what difference will I notice besides the ride height adjustment? I regularly push the bike hard on twisties and most of the riding is done in that fashion. Thanks for any feedback.
Lost In Brooklyn
SA2360 commented on martinkap's blog entry in MartinkaP's BlogSo I thought it was just us guys who hate to ask others for directions. Welcome to the club. At least you found your mark whereas I would have wound up in Mississippi somewhere before giving up, going home and not telling a soul I got lost. :thumbsup: