see if it makes sense to flip the direction of the bracket holding the adjustment screw.
the above statement makes you a member of the conservative party.
sorry lads, but i'm drinkin and postin, and that never is good. o_O
VF's were the best bikes of their times.
carry on then with your steel frame then, and without the gear whine it's SO old and under-developed.
i'll trade you for my '86, your bike+$1200 ??
it's all a big fat fucking joke anyway !
photos, please ;)
the idle ADjustymentt screw is normally set to that it's just barely starting to move the contact point.
no one knows, you determine using science.
5,280 th same mistake on this forum. will it nevr end ? :ancient:
it's screwed up. :cigar: try replacing the fuse.
what does it say in the service manual, eh ? :Bounce:the rear and the rear ?? too confusing
Ever consider that a better bike for you might be a 1988-1990 Honda HAWK NT650 ? Smaller, lighter, easier to handle than any VFR, especially for...
Sorry, too old to remember :eek:
WELCOME !! :Yo: most of use have done the same, and that's a classic way to begin work on your new bike. :rolleyes:
Try testing switch contacts...
Separate names with a comma.