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  1. Hi everyone. I had a near dead experience past week due to my 2010 Honda VFR1200 having a major braking malfunction. I have owned the old school 2002 and 2004 vfr800 and they have been nothing but a blessing to ride, so I decided I give the vfr1200 a try. Got one a few months back in almost pristine condition and with only 13k miles. The other day I took this bike out for a ride in the back roads. Towards the end of my ride (I was riding a pretty good pace) Im going about 60 mph I apply the front brakes and nothing I apply the rears and nothing. The entire brake system it seemed was disengaged. I thought for sure I was going to crash but I somehow managed to make it out of the turn (If I didn't I would have been on the bottom of the mountain and pretty dead). When I came to a stop I noticed fluid dripping all over my rear tire which seemed to be coming from the rear brake caliper. After I came to a stop and restarted the bike in like 2 mins the front brake was working fine now but the rear brake was still gone. I got home inspected the brakes and I will include pictures of what I saw. I have never seen anything like this. The rear brake pads which were pretty new have been grinded down to bare metal, the disk pad is shredded and the caliper pistons have been pushed out with such force that they have peeled back into themselves like a banana, in the process the o-rings have blown and all the rear brake fluid has been leaked out. I would like to add that the front brake system is absolutely fine. You can imagine at this point I'm quite upset. I have a few questions from the VFR experts and mechanics in here. Look at the pictures and give me your input on what might have happened here cause i'm clueless. Can the ABS system on this bike completely disable both the front and rear brake systems? If yes isn't that a big safety issue? What would cause the pistons to act in such way? Any input appreciated I will soon talk to an expert mechanic that will inspect the bike and a lawyer.
  2. Hello folks, I'm new to the Honda and VFR world! At the start of March of this year I purchased my first Honda, she's a 2014 VFR800F and when I got her she only had 1700 miles. Now she has 1800(to much rain here in the northern states to ride.) So far I'm loving every minute of riding her and just sitting there starring at her after a good wash&wax job. Unfortunately a few weeks ago I had my first lay over with gravel while trying to make a low speed turn on a crappy farm back road. Needless to say the bike is fine except for road rash on the fairings and a bruised calf(and pride) But none the less she kept kicking and the small lay over hasn't effected the ride or performance. I look forward to making new friends on here!
  3. From the album: 6th Gen Cutaway Engine

    Found this nice piece of artwork while doing some research. All rights to original owner.
  4. From the album: Sexy Babes

    One of my recent stops to a South Florida Twin Peaks. Girls love the red
  5. From the album: Sexy Babes

  6. Watching the sunset with my bud
  7. Nyceguy9mm

    Me and the boys

    Over looking the Skyway Bridge, Tampa Fl
  8. Heard nothing but good reviews about these mods for the 6 Gen so I decided to try them. Its been about a month now of some hard serious riding and I gotta say I love it. They really make the bike seem different (in a good way). I was skeptical at first, but totally glad I did it. Here's the link. Do yourself a favor and try it. http://johnny.chadda.se/pair-and-flapper-mod-with-bonus-snorkel-mod-for-vfr/
  9. From the album: Wynwood Walls, Miami

    Me and my boy's bike parked in front of graffiti art at Wynwood Walls Miami FL. (04 VFR)
  10. From the album: Wynwood Walls, Miami

    Sexy biker chick on 04 VFR at Wywood Walls Miami FL.
  11. DubaiVFR

    2002 ST1100

    From the album: DubaiVFR Bikes

    In my Garage
  12. From the album: DubaiVFR Bikes

    2012 Goldwing & 2002 ST1100 in my garage
  13. From the album: DubaiVFR Bikes

    2012 Goldwing in my garage
  14. 172 downloads

    A comprehensive look at V4 Honda's over the last 30 years by British weekly magazine, Motorcycle News. This was published in May 2012. This was scanned with a camera phone and then converted into a PDF. Most of the pages are of decent, readable, quality.
  15. From the album: My 2007 Honda VFR Interceptor

    Just back from a ride...
  16. Lorne

    Laguna 05

    From the album: my trips

    Honda's 4-stroke MotoGP engine on display at the 2001 World Superbike races at Laguna Seca, California

    © Lorne Black

  17. Lorne

    Laguna 04

    From the album: my trips

    Honda's 4-stroke MotoGP engine on display at the 2001 World Superbike races at Laguna Seca, California

    © Lorne Black

  18. From the album: RubErDuckee's 1999 VFR

    Daughter helped me clean the bike and wanted to show off all her hard work!
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