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December 19, 2002, 01:19 PM

It's been a while since the last roll call, and I think some of the old responses were lost, lets see who's got a Honda in their stable!!!!

As for me! 2002 Honda VFR!!!!

Mods include:

Staintune exhaust!
PCIII!
929 mirrors (Thanks Tony! Still owe you some shot's!!!!)

Thanks to some good advice on this board (thanks Travis!!), I am running a BT010 up front and BT020 in the rear!! And I love them 100X more than the MEZ4s that came stock!

12,500 miles!

Started using Honda HP4 semi-synthetic oil (without Moly) after 3,700 miles.

Love my bike! Really love it with the PCIII and pipes! Very smooth and sounds great!

Here's a few pics!



Hmmm, only one I could find with the Staintunes installed. I gotta take more pics!



So what's everyone else got?

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[Edited on 7/16/2003 by rddy]
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Oh, and who's gonna be the first on the block to own one of these?

[EDIT: We have a winner!! Taskmasta (Mike)! Sweet ride! ]



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And do this to it?

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2002 vtr 1000,pyramid dblbubble,15 tooth countershaft sprocket,genmar bar risers,8 1/4 " holes drilled through baffles in mufflers,shortened rear fender,and rear turn signals,+4 degree ignition advancer,disabled emissions crap,and thinking about shimming the main jet needles since the bike is still in pieces from the advancer install,and oh yea hyper white headlight,pro grip gels,vista cruise throttle locker,and throttle rocker.
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:mad2: damn almost forgot cbr 929 mirrors( it's nice to be able to see something aside from my elbows!)and corbin saddle(light years better than stocker)
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I agree most definitely! I sat on the 954 and F4i and it was like a brick!!! That would be the first to go if I had one...


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:mad2: damn almost forgot cbr 929 mirrors( it's nice to be able to see something aside from my elbows!)and corbin saddle(light years better than stocker)
Nice!! You've done a good bit of customization! Love to see that! Makes it more interesting! Oh, and I see you've joined me with the 929 mirrors! Added at least 5 HP!!!
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'95 VFR750F (RC36) Micron slip-on(sometimes a Hindle),49-state cams, 130 main jets front, 128 main jets rear,K&N air filter, snorkel removed,15-tooth front sprocket, Zero Gravity smoke windshield, kevlar brake lines and EBC double sintered pads,tank bra, I4C voltmeter,new model OEM regulator/rectifier with added heat sink and pc fan and mounted on side of rear fender. Cigarette lighter type outlet for my cell phone or a radar detector. Eliminated license plate light, BT010 front and BT-020 rear. Polished rims, painted spokes. Widder heated vest and Gerbing heated socks hook-ups. Hot Grips.
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Hey Travis. Did you just get the new model OEM regulator/rectifier? I received a "Product Update Notice" to have that part replaced as people were having charging problems on the 2002s? Just wondering, because from what I understand, it is more powerful, and I have heard others updated their earlier models to get more juice for heated vests, etc.

Just curious!

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I knew I forgot a VFR mod, important too. The Penske shock.


Dave, I think you're talking about the stator that needs to be replaced on the '02s. I do have a new style OEM regulator/rectifier which fixes the problem that Honda has never admitted exists on the older models.


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I knew I forgot a VFR mod, important too. The Penske shock.


Dave, I think you're talking about the stator that needs to be replaced on the '02s. I do have a new style OEM regulator/rectifier which fixes the problem that Honda has never admitted exists on the older models.
I'm not sure. They refer to it as an alternator assembly, and are replacing it with a higher output alternator. Of course Loudon hasn't returned my call to schedule the update! :mad2:
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I haven't gotten to mod anything yet, except the fender eliminator kit.

It came with the tinted windscreen and Two Bros slipon. Gotta buy some gear first... then bring on the mods!

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Nothin but Red X's Trav!


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Hey Travis, Nice looking F4!! Looks like it's in great shape!!

Go grab some gear and hope for some warm weather!!!
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