TOE CUTTER
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Mullet Man, 53, from Sacramento

none Sep 25, 2017

TOE CUTTER was last seen:
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    1. RRloves2RRIDE
      RRloves2RRIDE
      Thanks for the reply - I'll be in and out fast and clean that day. Wish I could stay longer, but got a busy schedule til mid September.
    2. RRloves2RRIDE
      RRloves2RRIDE
      Hey - I am a nearby VFR rider whose 2007 could use a little wrench time and love to tidy up a few things. Would you be open to offering some advice if I bring the beer? I'll be in Sac on the 25th. The VFR is pretty fing tech for its time and I am humbled by all the cool enhancements you make oyo. I promise not to take a ton of your time or to be a leech. LMK thanks and what do ya drink?
      1. TOE CUTTER
        TOE CUTTER
        My schedule is pretty crappy that week, the only time I would be home is the following Sunday if you have time.
        Aug 13, 2021
    3. Andy.tech
      Andy.tech
      Hi, I have an 86 VFR 750 and I read that you where able to adapt a single side swing arm but for some reason I was not able to open your link. How difficult is this? And what would I need to make this happen? I apologize for asking you something that you’ve probably been asked a million times.
    4. Bruce1985vfr700f
      Bruce1985vfr700f
      I also read on that thread that it is as simple as making some spacers for the swing arm pivot point. I was wondering if you knew, or could point me where to find how big those spacers would need to be and also I was wondering about mounting the rear shock. Did you use the brake from the newer bike or the older one? If so what did you need to do to get that situated. Thanks in advance, Bruce.
    5. Bruce1985vfr700f
      Bruce1985vfr700f
    6. Bruce1985vfr700f
      Bruce1985vfr700f
      Hi Toe Cutter I've been looking through the forums the last few weeks about what can be done to my 85 vfr700. Something I have taken a big liking to is the single sided swingarm of the newer bikes.
    7. Barrdall
      Barrdall
      Hello Sir, I am new here on this forum. I have heard that you might have a supercharger for gen5 for sale. Is this true?
    8. ridervfr
      ridervfr
      Hope your home/bikes/dogs/tools/wife in that order are ok with all the firey hell that is going on there. If I prayed, I would pray for you, but I dont. Good luck and stay safe. Warren
    9. TOE CUTTER
    10. kingajo
      kingajo
      Hey John if your not busy on sunday think you could give me a hand putting my carbs back on? I will have beer! See no engine pulling at all.lol.
    11. WOOFAWAAFA
      WOOFAWAAFA
      Thank you for the SSS thread for the 86 VFR great Job
    12. Spiritron70
      Spiritron70
      Thinking you might be the TC others were referring to re: my question of putting a 3rd gen wheel on a 4th gen and judging by your bike in the pic I might be right. So, is it a straight change or are mods required? Thanks and your 07 looks great with the wheel.

      Ron
    13. corey.p.whisenhunt
      corey.p.whisenhunt
      hey so like you im having trouble with my laser exhaust im in the process of installing but im not sure what the two inserts there is a set of small ones and a set of larger ones do they all go in like the small set with the small two pipes and the large to with the large ones or do just the large pipes get the inserts please help
    14. grizz2
      grizz2
      TC got some picts up now glad to be back
    15. fredsncoma
      fredsncoma
      Will be in town the next couple of days seeing the family and shit. Try to break free to drink some of your beer, bitch.:drinker::boozer::moon:
    16. TOE CUTTER
      TOE CUTTER
      Not sure of the gen but sounds like a classic start switch failure.
    17. WillkilV
      WillkilV
      Hey I think I've figured out why my bike's been having trouble starting. I sprayed the whole switch ASSY. with contact cleaner so it turns a lot better. The previous owner jerry rigged the headlight to always be on Highbeams and ran a short wire straight from the light to the power source instead of messing around with the wiring diagram. Long story short, it'll start up cold no problem but if I don't do it right, it will just turn over but not start.
      I believe the headlamp could be draining power from the starter making it difficult to start. I have to wait for it to "charge up" it seems. The battery is fairly new too but maybe I just need to put it on a trickle charger since I'm not riding too much?
    18. TOE CUTTER
      TOE CUTTER
      Oh no.......you need to get a meter and start checking a few things, starting with the pick up coils. The sky is the limit as far as possible damage.
    19. fromthebus
      fromthebus
      Ok. So my dumb ass tried to jump off my 2000 vfr 800 from a dual battery 24 volt dodge truck. Has never started since. Engine computer? Will turn over but not start.
    20. fromthebus
      fromthebus
      have seen you on the vfr seen you on the fun vfr sight. looking to get mine right to take a picture of boobs! girlfriend aint to bad....and she has friends,
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    Birthday:
    Sep 24, 1968 (Age: 53)
    Location:
    Sacramento
    Occupation:
    Fisherman
    Type of Bike(s):
    2007 RWB SUPERCHARGED / 1986 750 SSA
    Gender:
    Male
    Home Country:
    United States
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