VFR Sound

Discussion in '5th Generation 1998-2001' started by ca315, Dec 22, 2019.

  1. ca315

    ca315 New Member

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    Here is a sound bite of my '99 VFR800 at Phillip Island.
    • Staintune slip on
    • Powercommander
    • Air box mods
    • BMC air filter
    • Wilbers front and rear suspension
    • Brembo pads & disks
    • Galfer braided lines
    • Metzler M7s
    • Sergeants seat
    • MRA screen
    • GiPro gear indicator
    • smoked indicators,
    • LED taillight
    • PAZZO levers
    • Red Fox rear hugger and fender flick
    • MCCruise cruise control
    • and, black metalic paintwork on the levers, triple clamp, foot pegs, etc.


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    I'm jealous you Aussies have such good access to Staintune exhausts. People want stupid money for them here in the states. How does the viffer handle at the track? I'm going to sign up for a trackday this summer and take my 5th gen, never been to the track before.
     
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    Handles great on the track, better than the engine will push it.

    Suspension makes a big difference. Has Wilbers progressive springs and 5 weight fork oil in the front and a Wilbers rear shock. Also Metzeler M7s which are very sticky, and brakes are much better than the originals.
     
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