Discussion in 'USA - Pacific Northwest' started by RVFR, Mar 9, 2016.
Ok not much interests? where's all the VFR love?
84 1000F or an 85/86 1000R. I'm down if I'm available.
Also weather depending for these bikes. But I have a rain 86 VFR750 that can look somewhat decent from 20ft.
Finishing a pretty trick 86 700 but aside from the taillight you wouldn't really recognize it as such. It's going to be called the RC26.
Yes I agree the weather is a big deal along with short notice in the scheduling. When it starts looking better on both fronts I'll be dropping a fresh to know message. In the mean time those with VFRs in the range of seeing if it's possible to get as many years would be way cool. Wheres Bernie at?
So are you looking just for the models listed?
You mean did I miss some? or? yes- no maybe, what ever works, it was just a thought if it works one way or another, it's all good.
I've got some opportunity to meet up and could bring my 8th Gen just for kicks since that one is already taken care of. I don't really care about weather as long as it's over 37 degrees and under a 1/2" of rain.
Hello there, I have just bought a pretty much new 2003 VFR800 with just 1300 miles on it but I'm feeling like it has some issue. It doesn't run smooth and it idle bad when temperature is above 210F. Last week I took it to the shop and they say the fuel injector seal was leaking so they replace it for 430$ ??? Now it idle better but still have same problem when engine is hot.
I'm a new rider with not much experience so if anyone can meet up and help me out ?
I live in South West Seattle.
Change shops. There are shops in the North End that specialize in Japanese bikes. There are also "bike nights" where the subject of talk is bikes.
I am assuming the shop that wants big money to change out a seal is the same shop where you bought your bike. You don't owe them anything.
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