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  1. If you think that's pricey, check this out! I wouldn't pay that much if it was still in the crate. https://www.powerhousemotorsportsct.com/vehicle-details/1999-honda-cbr1100x-blackbird-8dddd397a504664eb41450eeeeaeda19# I've been to that dealer multiple times. They have a lot of used, clean stuff. Most units are overpriced, but I hear they negotiate quite a bit
  2. Would you consider selling just the shock? My riding buddy might be interested
  3. No big deal. Had them on ebay for a couple weeks. Couldn't get $25 for them. They would have ended up in the trash. Anyway, pm sent.
  4. Put Pazzos on my VFR. Levers are exactly the same as 97-03 Blackbirds. 2800 miles worth of use. Free plus shipping
  5. Sorry.. No dice. He just has loaded rounds, no brass. And doesn't really want to part with any. I told him what you were trying to accomplish. He said it might be easier to neck up a 7mm mag. Might need fire forming though. Anyway sorry bout that. I can send you some 7mm brass to try it you go that route
  6. Still working on it. My uncle was in North Carolina. Should be home today. He thinks he has some.
  7. I'll ask him I'm the AM. Not sure how much he has laying around. I remember shooting and reloading for that thing years ago. Not your normal .308.. That's for sure
  8. My uncle has a .308 Norma. He probably has some brass laying around. I'll inquire if you want
  9. I never liked the brush. Worked ok, but the bristles would fling shit everywhere. Spent half the day cleaning the swingarm, rim, and garage floor. Now, I alternating between a kerosene rag and a clean one to get the desired cleanliness. Still using the Honda chain lube in the blue can. Stuff works great
  10. I'd love to color match the rims, but the tips are welded on. Since the old exhaust is a dumpster somewhere, I'd have to make it a quick project.
  11. Anyone do something like this? Just put a new exhaust on my truck, and it came with polished SS tips. It looks out of place on a truck with zero chrome on it. I've seen people scuff it up with scotch bright, but the thought of doing that to a $800 exhaust makes me cringe. Any other ideas?
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