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1/1/2018 - 2,355 Miles Morimoto Mini H1 7.0 Projectors - PRO10 - $135.00 H1 HID Bulbs 6500K - $30.00 Morimoto Dual Output Harness - H11 - $28.00 AMP Extensions - H320 - $10.00 LED Concepts Demon... more
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Oil Change
11/16/2017 - 2,227 Miles Oil and Filter Change Mobil ONE 10W-40 Synthetic Oil x4 - 122286 - $44.00 K&N Oil Filter - KN-1007 - $15.96 K&N Air Filter - DU-1007 - $57.99... more
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Windscreen upgrade and Canister Delet
11/16/17 - 2,227 Miles Zero Gravity SR Smoked Windscreen - 20-729 - $72.73 Ducati Corse Decal for Windscreen - 438.100.9.1C - $21.00 Deleted Charcoal Canister... more
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MODs
10/1/2017 - 2,120 Miles Rizoma Sport Grips - GR250R - $51.30 ADG Weighted Bar Ends - BE01R - $80.96 A&R Race Baffle Kit - $109.99... more
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1st Round of Mods
09/24/2012 - 2,087 Miles Added: Ducati Brake & Clutch Reservoir Socks - $18.99 Carbon Fuel Tank Cap Decals - $16.99 Carbon Fuel Tank Protector - $25.99 Draft 42 Designs - Red LED Marker Light... more
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Gone baby gone
Sad to say this beautiful black beast has gone to the moto gods as of august last year following a nasty crash I had down south. She lives on in my head and is superseded by her redheaded sister!... more
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I need master link
My master link on my cbr just broke and it wasn't the lock pin side. It was the factory back side that just came off. I thought those were not suppose to come off so easily. My chain says 525 on it... more
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What can the mototourist see in Saxony for 3-4 days?
Germany provides a lot of excellent quality of secondary roads (landstraße), passing through the most beautiful lands, and no one will remain indifferent. It is safe to ride even for novice motorcycli... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 10)
I give you a redesigned seat release, no key but retained the lock housing. Chinese lever adjuster repurposed. The anodize should last longer down there. Not using factory throttle housing, controls... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 9)
Oiled the K&N filters and stuck them on for a look. Oil lines tweaked to final position so they don't touch any part of the header I probably could have used a slight bend vs straight fittings,... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 8)
Brake line retainer stolen from my XX arm and trimmed, I just had to sneak a Honda part into the build :P That 1 job no one likes... Now, about those holes in the clutch cover.. I would have got mo... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 7)
4 cans of brake cleaner, 1 can WD40, half a dozen rags, 2 toothbrushes, a Scotch Brite pad, 6 hours labor and my last few squirts of S100 to detail this motor. Popped the side covers off and cleaned... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 6)
See if this helps... Frame is at powdercoat shop & small parts are off in the mail for powder too, came home and poured 2nd coat of resin on the heat shield. Nipped the long reservoir hose and w... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 5)
Exhaust finished. Tidied up the mount tab, welded the can to the mid pipe, cleaned up the mid pipe and ran over the previous welds with the tig torch to dress them up. Frame just about completed too,... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 4)
The clutch lever pivot hole size didn't match the lever perch, so I turned up a brass bushing to take up the slack Offered up the rear master cylinder Played around with some fittings too Cooler sp... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 3)
Rear tank mount done Nice seat gap Cut up some factory R6 panels to fill the tank/subframe/seat void Headlight mounts next I think Some better pics of the tank mount.I resized the sub mount... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot (part 2)
Looks good, transfer to aluminum Fleshed out ] In order to weld them on, I needed to figure out a way to hold each mount at the same height. I prefer fixturing vs working off dimensions and scribe... more
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Sebspeed's 750 Slingshot
I've always wanted to build a slingshot... now I get to build 2!! This one is a 1990 750. When I got it, it had already had 07 gixxer front and rear ends grafted on. The front looks legit and the rea... more
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Test ride
Here's a bit of video for y'all... 5 minutes of Moonshiner 28 in North Carolina. Probably one of my most favorite roads EVER.... more
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1996 Honda VFR750SF (part 9)
I upgraded the rear line to a color-matched CoreMoto line. Another quick piece of carbon sheet contrasts nicely with the vinyl wrapped overflow cannister and holder:Yet another became a pair of rad... more
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1996 Honda VFR750SF (part 8)
I wasn't happy with the look of the heel guards that came with the rearsets, so I made new ones from a sheet of carbon I laid up using 2 plys of fiberglass mat sandwiched between 4 plys of carbon. Te... more
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1996 Honda VFR750SF (part 7)
Time for some carbon fiber fun...All my parts were cosmetic, so a simple overlay process was all it took to score a high end look. Sanding and a coat of auto grade clear adds UV protection and brings... more
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1996 Honda VFR750SF (part 6)
The wiring needed to pass from the handlebars into the area in front of the airbox... but the lovely clean lines of the VFR tank prevent that... so I had to cut & shut the front of the tank. The... more
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1996 Honda VFR750SF (part 5)
After fitting the subframe, the next step to having a clean finish was to transition the bodywork from the tail to the tank, and then fit the seat to the tank. I used the stock CBR side filler panels... more
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1996 Honda VFR750SF (part 4)
I liked how the Honda dirt bike rear masters had integrated reservoirs, and I also didn't like the cost of billet parts... so I bought a CRF rear master, and reamed it out to fit the larger VFR brake... more
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