Discussion in '8th Generation 2014-Present' started by tangaroa39, Jul 19, 2016.
Pictures, you can't post something like this and not post pictures! ;-)
I like that the pipe rises higher than stock so you can see the wheel with the single swing arm. I loved the look of the older bikes (in the back with the pipes up and the wheel exposed). I also like the red color accent to the wheels. Did you do this to the wheels or have a shop do it? I wanted to do something like this or change the color altogether but money is an issue. I think that the gold is something that just does not stand out and looks like a mismatch for the bike. Maybe I would do a silver on the gold wheels to match the color of the frame? But like the red!
I agree, but for $949 I will stick with my soft bags. I know that when I bought my 1995 Kawasaki Gpz1100 they offer a similar side bag and was really expensive like these but much smaller on a larger bike. They where color matched so I kept checking and found that many people did not buy them and they where finally discounted to half the price in 1998. I went for it. I just like the look of a sport tourers having factory color matched bags. For the money I would go a couple hundred more for GIVI's right now.
Here the link for the stripes: http://www.stickmanvinyls.com/collections/all . Easy to put on . Here are a few pics ;
Just took my around the block. I guess that makes me 19.
"2014 Standard" got it Oct 2015
Coming from the FZ6 ( great all around bike, bulletproof ) the VFR is awesome. The build quality, the ride qualify & that V4 engine! I'm still amazed every time I come in from a ride how much fun I've had.
Not sure what number I am.
ill try to post pictures
i cant figure out how to rotate the picture computer handicaped i guess. blacked out lower faring and inside of stock windshield with plastidip. made honda on windshield pop blackout below windshield is vinyl from local sign shop. 10 bucks for the black vinyl then 1/8 inch pinstripe outside the blackout. the picture was upright on my computer dont know why it transfered upside down
lets try this again oh well. It's upright on my computer and my phone I don't get it
Let see if this works... Sometimes computers have a mind of their own.
I like the looks of that pipe, but it looks like the mid pipe could be shorter. Do you think it could be trimmed down a couple of inches. I might be interested in that can if so.
Read this explanation why your photos are upside down.
Is that one more to your liking Ragtop ? https://images.delkevic.net/product5147_3.jpg
Not road legal though.
thanks. i couldnt get it to stay upright. it was just the one picture the other ones were fine
yes it looks like you can shorten it. i might try to do that. was so exited when it came i just put it on an had to start the bike to hear what it sounded like
If you do I would really love to see the finished project.
I would be too because I've been tempted to try and make this one for a 5th gen work: http://www.pipewerx.com/honda-vfr-800-97-02-stainless-steel-round-gp3-race-exhaust.html
i shortened pipe before the muffler about 1 1/2 inches
first picture is before 2nd is after. it centered the muffler up in relation to the rear wheel. if you compare front of muffler to the back of the centerstand you can see how much i cut off. you can also see where i blacked out lower faring pretty well
I thought that I replied to this. I did buy them and I got the 1.25inch risers and they are great. I would have even liked another .5 inches, but without alterations to the stems this would not be possible as I see it. The only thing that I will say is that none of the risers (Honda or other) have a pull back to the rider to them like other bikes I have owned. UP 1.25" and back 1.5" would be perfect for me.
Is that in the UK, Australia or U.S or all?
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