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Good afternoon VFR friends! Some of you know that I sell VFR parts next to my study and this week I bought an VFR 750 again. This bike is is going to be stripped and every single part is for sale! The bike has been wrapped in cammo colour but you can easily take it off. I can ship the parts to every country in the world. I am based in the Netherlands. I have no fairings of the bike left. I only have the mud guard and a red seat cowl :) On the bike is an Delkevic exhaust which is very cool! (SOLD) The exhaust system is not good anymore. The brakedisks are in good shape. (SOLD) I am looking forward to see the reactions for the parts:) SORRY FOR MY ENGLISH GRAMMAR :) You can contact me by: - Email --> firstname.lastname@example.org - whatsapp --> +316 34837846
Hello all, I could use your expert guidance! The time has come, I think I'm finally going to replace my current trusty steed, a 3rd gen 1992 VFR750. She still runs well but plenty of cosmetic wear and it's time to pass it on to a beginner rider. After doing all the research to identify the next best motorcycle made since then ... I've decided that the 8th generation VFR800 is the one to buy. To be honest, I was surprised at how little Honda has changed the VFR in 25 years. All in all that's not a bad thing. I am not interested in 200 more cc's and 50 more hp or anything like that. But like everyone, I wish Honda would put some effort into weight reduction. Anyway, now I have the big dilemma of whether to get a basic model or the DLX. I am told the DLX offers 4 things: antilock brakes, traction control, heated grips, self cancelling turn signals. My usage would include plenty of commuting in the city and weekend trips, mostly year round on everything from wet roads to high desert canyons. From a 25+ year rider who isn't accustomed to the DLX features, are these really worth the extra dough? Warm hands are nice but aren't the heated grips an easy to install kit? I like the idea of antilocks but i can't see the need for traction control at all. Haven't had the chance to test ride the Deluxe model yet and unfortunately it sounds like ordering one means commiting to buy one. Local dealer has a 2014 basic model on the floor for $8k (plus all the fees and taxes and stuff). I inquired about a DLX model and was told they could get one, and the price would be about $10k plus fees/tax/etc, to be verified. Seems like cycletrader has a few scattered around the nation for $1k or so less, though I infer some of these might be demo models with milage and some light wear. Or is my local dealer too expensive? Couple more questions: - is the solo seat cowl standard equipment? - is the centerstand standard equipment? - has anyone fitted legacy Givi Monokey side cases (flat back like E21 and E360)? My VFR750 currently has a Givi Wingrack & good condition hard cases that are fantastic. Would anything stop me from transferring the old Givi kit over? I know the side case & pannier rack design has changed from what I see on the Givi site, but how hard could it be to just form my own adapter fit kit to the Wingrack? Anyone recommend other options? Pix for your viewing pleasure: OLD / NEW glamour shots. The more things change, the more the VFR stays the same! Thanks for all your insights!
Hi all. It is with great sadness that i announce the sale of my beloved G7. Unfortunately, due to home renovations, costs had to be cut somewhere and at an average of £130 per month for fuel alone, she was the first victim of the belt tightening. In lieu of the sale of the bike i am pleased to announce the sale of my custom Viking Seats saddle in black and white (bike not included) All reasonable offers will be considered. Thanks to all for being such a great second family and hopefully i will be back among the ranks of VFR owners in the future.