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Old 01-07-2020, 06:58 AM   #10341
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You have that thing so tricked out Dave.
No matter how tricked out, I'll never be able to ride as angry as you.

Jeff parted out his retro and gave me a helluva deal on those wheels. I couldn't say no.
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Old 01-07-2020, 06:59 AM   #10342
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Nice! Did you happen to weigh the OEM vs these before installing the tires?
I did not. My black 2012 rims still have the tires on them.
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Old 01-07-2020, 07:18 AM   #10343
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No matter how tricked out, I'll never be able to ride as angry as you.

Jeff parted out his retro and gave me a helluva deal on those wheels. I couldn't say no.
Depends how many tourists going 25 under the speed limit are ahead of us
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Old 01-07-2020, 08:02 AM   #10344
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No matter how tricked out, I'll never be able to ride as angry as you.



Jeff parted out his retro and gave me a helluva deal on those wheels. I couldn't say no.
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Old 01-11-2020, 04:03 PM   #10345
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Found a brand spanking new Morgan Carbtune Pro 4 on OfferUp last night for $50 so I swooped it up this morning, warmed the bike up, made a tank prop out of a wooden dowel, and got to tinkering.

1&2 were 3.5 cmHg difference, and 3&4 were about 2cmHg off. 15 ish minutes later and I've got those carbs perfectly synced to 20.5. not that the numbers matter but that's what they ended up at.

I did find if I prop the tank up too high then fuel leaks out the vent hoses so I shortened the prop to about 10" or so and no more fuel spillage. Also had read on Pat's site that he used a 12" phillips screwdriver. An 8" is plenty long enough.

Took her for a quick ride to see how she felt and whereas it's not night and day, it feels a little more responsive off idle. Or that's just my brain hoping it made a difference lol.

Wish everything carb related was as simple as synchronizing.

Next up, new clutch in a few weeks.

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Old 01-12-2020, 12:38 AM   #10346
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Operation Retro Resto is underway:



I've had this set of R1 forks sitting on the shelf for like 5 years now. I got a good deal on them, and knew I'd have the right project for them at some point. This is it.



Fork swap done. I love it that so many parts are interchangeable between the Gen 2 FZ1 and R1







Stuff I still need:

- front and rear indicators
- LED headlights
- right side rearset. The one on this bike is broken. Or perhaps a good welder . . .
- grips
- brake fluid and bleed up front
- right side frame slider
- tag and insurance

Stuff I have for sale:

- Gen 2 FZ1 forks - gold. Good condition, 5K miles on them. Full disclosure, this bike was crashed once (hence the rebuild) but the forks work fine, have no signs of damage or warping, and cycle smoothly through their full range of motion.
- Gen 2 front brakes - calipers and rotors
- R1 top & bottom triple clamps and steering stem, 07-08
- Another R1 top triple clamp, 07-08
- 2 sets of 07-08 R1 clip-ons, 1 of them with controls
- Maybe a PC3 (see ECU flash below). It's on the bike now, may not keep it.

I'll list this stuff in the classifieds too.

I'm looking forward to upgrading this bike some more. Future plans include:

Traxxion cartridges
Penske rear shock
ECU flash
Speedscreen
engine guards
rotor R&R
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Old 01-12-2020, 09:33 AM   #10347
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Looking good Patrick! I highly recommend the Proton blinkers. Those R1 forks look great, wish I could find a clean set (for a reasonable price). Those from a 2007 or 08? I need to figure out which LED headlights to go with as well, the last night run on the Cherohala was a little uncomfortable, lol.
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Old 01-12-2020, 12:32 PM   #10348
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Yes the forks are 07-08. I'll check out the Protons.
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Old 01-12-2020, 02:11 PM   #10349
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Cut/re-welded the spring hanger on the center stand to accommodate a full yoshimura r77 pipe. The spring rubs on the pipe when down if you don’t move the hanger over on the center stand about a full width. No rubbing now.
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Old 02-04-2020, 05:43 PM   #10350
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Got a new set of Q3+, they are not even broken in, weather has been crappy and while this weekend looks good, I have planned major work in the backyard that I really do not want to postpone
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Old 02-24-2020, 06:29 AM   #10351
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Rode it

A balmy 8C (46F) slow ride to the Forks of the Credit past the snow, salt and winter road sand etc.
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Old 02-24-2020, 01:13 PM   #10352
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New Slip On

Finally replaced my stock exhaust! Hurric Pro II

and yes, I know she's dirty
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Old 03-21-2020, 01:32 PM   #10353
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Got around to getting the Corbin Smuggler and grab handle repainted. For those needing to paint something the 2008 Yamaha DRMK color, I found the Toyota/Lexus Infrared (color code 3T5) color to be a very, very close match. If you get real close and look really hard, there's not quite as much pearl in the 3T5, but for the cost difference, I don't think you will mind.

Maaco repainted the Smuggler and the rear grab handle for $176 out the door. Did a great job, I couldn't come close to their price or quality of work.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:31 PM   #10354
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New battery time, old one was a batteries plus AGM that came with the bike almost 5 years ago. Chaparral had the correct Yuasa for 135 plus tax, same battery was 235 at Revzilla. Bought yesterday morning; delivered this afternoon. Did a 30 mile shakedown around my favorite local roads.
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:33 PM   #10355
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I did some light prep. Replaced a missing bolt on the faring. A little cleaning and ran the engine through a heat cycle. The weather will be nice enough here on Friday for me to take the bike to work and back. Super excited about that.

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Old 03-25-2020, 05:42 PM   #10356
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Took about a 50 mile ride out to pick up a laptop from a former co-worker. Freeway driving at 9AM with no traffic - weird. If the weather behaves I'll take the bike downtown to the office tommorrow - need to hook up to the corp network for a few minutes to reset the laptop.
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Old Yesterday, 08:38 AM   #10357
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I serviced my brake calipers front and back. Cleaned and lubed my chain. Removed left foot peg and cleaned/lubed the gear shift pivot.
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Old Yesterday, 08:55 PM   #10358
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Got to work tonight, got off the bike, took my helmet off and stepped back and just looked at the bike. Even with all the little rashes, dents and other imperfections, it is still a great looking bike. And it runs way better than it looks. What a great bike.

This is only my third ride this year. I actually have not ridden since November due to some back problems and the weather. I'm just not cut out for cold like I used to be I guess.

But it's always good to be back on it.
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