Don't forget the July 13th Port Dover event !! Canada's version of Daytona bike week all in one day with thousands of bikes. :Canada:
At that price, you NEED that '92 ! :rolleyes: go for it !
most missing bodywork will be unobtainable unless you're unusually lucky, but it's a...
something every US motorist driving in Canada soon discovers is that the fastest-passing-you cars seem always to carry Quebec plates. Agreed ?
Without the OEM front rubber-damped sprocket, noise and vibration will increase. an alloy rear sprocket wears out alot quicker than steel.
Well, OK then. ;)
Are the forks long enuff for that ?? raising the forks to fit the risers might dangerously affect suspension travel and handling.
You need help i think. :( don't wanna meddle, but, VFR girl, ya need a good Dr. and a therapist to talk to. i grew up in Indiana and know how...
I worked on a gen3, taking off the fairings, and it was a tough job, with different-sized fasteners, hidden fasteners, and snap-together fittings....
Zip ties or safety wire might have to substitute until you find the right bits. :(
Greetings, and thanks for the photos. can see you're a great bunch of kids, even if you're commies. :nelson:
lockite worked too well. :eek:
Or you could use the proper screw (like on the other 3 cylinders) to seal the vacuum hole and remove the hose entirely. :rolleyes:
Looks like a hard hit, and frame may be damaged in the steering head area.
Eh, Steve, have you inspected the cam lobes yet ?? :humper: They will bite you if they're pitted or otherwise damaged, common on many older VF...
here ya go.......:drink1: The writer of "The Christmas Story" !
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