What did you do to your Non-FZ1 motorcycle today.

Morgstang

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Holy, look at the size of that thing! Are you sure it's not meant for a hospital heating duct?
You must have a big radiator to cool the massive motor...1352 cc's of pure excitement...i hope it fits...its currently at a shop getting the ECM flashed and dyno-tuned...like it needs more power...lol
 
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ballmead

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You must have a big radiator to cool the massive motor...1352 cc's of pure excitement...i hope it fits...its currently at a shop getting the ECM flashed and dyno-tuned...like it needs more power...lol

Hoping to get close to 200 RWHP or close to it...
Like it needs that extra power and torque lol
It should be much nicer to ride now too.
ECM flash and dyno tune yesterday on my ZX14...gained 10 hp and 8 ft lbs torque...

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Morgstang

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The motor and ECU were not in good shape due to negligence which i wont explain...everything is fixed and it runs correctly now...
 

FZ1inTX

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Installed her Pazzo levers on the F800R. MotivationUSA has a sale... $149 for the set! And, I work less than 3 miles from their store. :D You can also glimpse the adjustable footpegs I put on too. Her little feet had a hard time reaching the levers.
 

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FZ1riderNY

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Installed her Pazzo levers on the F800R. MotivationUSA has a sale... $149 for the set! And, I work less than 3 miles from their store. :D You can also glimpse the adjustable footpegs I put on too. Her little feet had a hard time reaching the levers.

Love the Pazzo's!!! That looks good in blue.
 

Dustin

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I just finished installing a new set of EBC HH pads (front and rear). At 34,500 km (21,500 miles) on the current set, I thought this snowy afternoon was a good opportunity to inspect the pads and see if they needed changing. I could have waited a fair bit longer but figured since I had the calipers off anyway, I may as well change them. The rear pads were the most worn, as expected; they were pretty close to done on one side. The fronts probably were still at 40% or so.

While I was there, I cleaned all the pistons and lubed the sliders as well as scuffed the rotors with sandpaper. I'll have to wait for another day to actually bed them in. Damn snow. :(
 

Dustin

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My regulator/rectifier has shit the bed on my trusty VFR. If my diagnostics are to be trusted, that is.

New one is on the way. I ordered an 'improved' aftermarket one from Rick's Motorsport Electrics. Hope it's good!
 

Hellgate

New Member
Be sure to test it once you receive it Dustin. I had a rash of bad starter motors from Rick's last year. They buy their items from China Inc.

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Bogie

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Changed the oil in the FZ10 today and the Connie. Going to put stabil in the tanks, run to the station to top them off and then bring em' home to park for the winter!! SAD TIMES!!! :-(



 

Bogie

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Rad covers and ECU cover mounted. Will have to wait till spring for warmer weather for the swingarm piece. No heat or electric in the apartment garages. :-(














 
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