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Scratched paint - January 27, 2007, 04:09 PM

Broke my mirror and the little peg thing that sticks out from your foot peg. Anyways bought those. Of course got some scratches on the fairing. Trying to see if permanent marker would be best or to get touch-up paint.

Totally pissed at myself too. It was just a tip over.


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January 27, 2007, 04:28 PM

That may have been the "punk'd" bus getting you.
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January 27, 2007, 04:33 PM

yeah, I know. Cheaper to use a permanant marker, but you think it would be noticible?

Anyone use www.colorrite.com for paint matches? It says I need a base, top, and clearcoat.

Also. I thought bikes use standard hex wrenches. In order to get the peg thing off I got to unscrew this other bolt. It seems as if the hex bolt is between 2 sizes. Any advice?


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I smell her arm pits and i damn near threw up!!!!
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January 27, 2007, 04:38 PM

scratches add character
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January 27, 2007, 04:57 PM

Through all your research and questions one of the first items you should have gotten for your bike are frame sliders! At least you're ok...bike and plastics are easy to replace.


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January 27, 2007, 05:17 PM

Trust me I researched frame sliders. Ask sidearm. Unfortunately on the VFR you have to either a) Modify the coolant bottle - This probably voids the hell out of the warranty or b) Use frame sliders that bolt over the radiators - I could see them fold in and damage the radiators (not a good option).

Oh well. At least the plastics didn't crack. I just hated the feeling of dropping my baby. I'm sure we all know the feeling.


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Im so excited im about to pre-blast in my pants.....then....it hits me...
I smell her arm pits and i damn near threw up!!!!
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I thought bikes use standard hex wrenches.
Metric Buddy. Simple math: Honda=Japanese ... Japan=Metric
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January 27, 2007, 05:55 PM

How do you replace the peg feeler. It broke mid-thread. I have been trying to lift the rubber pad up but it aint moving. Im guessing that bolt next to the feeler is keeping it down. Anyone, Anyone.


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I wouldnt worry about the feelers....
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I wouldnt worry about the feelers....
Ok but I already paid $2.97 for it. Oh well. I didnt really know what they were for anyways so I just got one.

Just a FYI. If you have a honda bike you can log into a Virtual ordering room from servicehonda.com.
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Chicks dig scars!
I hope that's true. I have a 12 incher.


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January 27, 2007, 08:40 PM

Use fingernail polish for the scratch touchups. Or just leave them like they are, like everyone said, it adds character.


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I hope that's true. I have a 12 incher.


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