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  1. rockmeupto125

    FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    What's wrong with the cowl? It looks okay from the bottom.
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    torque settings

    Front axle 43, holder bolts 16. Brake disk 14. Handlebar pinch bolts 20.
  3. rockmeupto125

    torque settings

    Long time indeed. Good to "see" you, hope you are well. I believe the top pinch bolts are 17, the bottom pinch bolts are 36. Caliper bolts 23, the extra left caliper bolt is 19. Rear axle 69. Blue loctite will do.
  4. rockmeupto125

    FS: Parting Out a 2000 CBR1100XX

    I've replied. I'm sorry to keep you waiting. I'll ship this out as soon as I have a break in my schedule to dig it out, break it down, package it securely and ship it. Philip, I missed this, apparently. I still have the rear cowl as the buyer came up with a plan that fit his needs more appropriately. But it is titanium, not black. I will check for a black rear cowl, I may have something here. I certainly have turn signals. And I have bar ends for you as well.
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    FS: 1994 VFR750 in Pennsylvania -- $2000

    Absolutely. And this is the SECOND time I've owned THAT one. But I looked at a Z3 today....shhhhh
  6. Wow....thought I posted this here but apparently put it everyplace else but. Up for sale is my 1994 Honda VFR750. Its in Pennsylvania USA. $2000 in USD. I'm not opposed to interesting trades, up or down, for anything guy-ish. No boats. I lost a lot of firearms in a boating accident a while back, and am kinda sore about that. PM me if you'd like to talk price. A really nice little bike. I simply don't ride it much, and it deserves to be ridden. Actually, I've only ridden it a couple hundred miles in the last three years and some of that was for track days. It sports an Ohlins remote adjustable rear shock, reworked forks with adjustable preload, a Two Brothers musical instrument, braided brake lines front and rear, and Throttlemeister heavy bar ends. A rear cowl is included. The rear wheel in the pictures is not included but could be for a price, the correct wheel for the bike is included as well as new Conti tires front and rear. A centerstand is included as well. There's a Corbin seat that needs to be recovered, as well a a good stock seat. The fairings have cracks and damage but are intact. I keep non-ethanol gas in it. I've had it on the track a couple times, and was very pleased with the stability and handling there, as well as on the street. And the exhaust is just sweetness. There's 32k and change on the odometer. Its far from perfect but has a lot of good bits on it, and its priced for that reason. I was told the previous owner paid for all the suspension and such, still got left in the dust by his friends on GSXR's, got mad and parked the bike, which is when I got it. I'm traveling to Ohio the last week of April, delivery in that direction is possible.
  7. I'll take this, Bob. Good to hear from you.
  8. I'll take this, Bob. Good to hear from you.
  9. rockmeupto125

    Bagster Tank Cover - Black

    I'll take this, Bob. Good to hear from you.
  10. rockmeupto125

    Shoei Dragon - Size XL

    It has a NeXXT sticker. I'll take this, Bob. Good to hear from you.
  11. rockmeupto125

    Cycle Pump

    I'll take this, Bob. Good to hear from you.
  12. rockmeupto125

    FS: 1997 CBR1100XX

    March 23rd.
  13. rockmeupto125

    CBR1100XX Coin

    I got mine...its pretty neat. Thanks, Mack!
  14. rockmeupto125

    2003 XX Boston Craigslist

    Okay, I took a look at the ad. The rear indicators seem to be well done. At least the fender isn't chopped off with a hedge trimmer like some folks do. I didn't think Yoshimura supplied a centerstand stop with their full single side systems. I wonder what he has installed to do that job? Where is the cruise control? It would make sense that the switch on the left dash arms the NOS system, and I see no other added controls. Those are the nicest looking helibars I've ever seen. He's quite proud of it, that's for sure.
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    2003 XX Boston Craigslist

    Same. The stuff you find in your dentist's office, or even in commercial whipped cream dispensers may be a bit cleaner from a chemical standpoint. Obviously, chemicals you inhale get into your bloodstream very, very quickly.
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