Well for some reason Honda decided to drop the gear driven cams and go with chain driven cams for the 6th gen VFR's. Well in case you dont know, the cam chain tensioners have problems. If left neglected, serious engine damage could and probably will result. There have been thousands and thousands of cases where a stock Honda Cam chain tensioner has failed. There is a design flaw in the spring of the automatic tensioner. The most common thing to do is replace the stock tensioner with a manual aftermarket one. Only problem is there are aftermarket units available. NOW, this brings up my point. Im judging interest on manual tensioners. I have the means to build them. Price will be slightly higher than the stock units. And everything needed will be included. I need about 20 people to commit to a group buy and then production will begin. Im doing the same thing for the VTR 1000, you can view the prototype thread here, Who wants CCT's - SuperHawk Forum And in case you havent read up on the problems the stock units have, here are some threads. http://vfrworld.com/forums/mechanics-garage/8973-cam-chains-2002-a.html http://vfrworld.com/forums/mechanics-garage/8973-cam-chains-2002-a.html I would be glad to answer any questions you may have.