Single sided conversion

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Unobtanium
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Single sided conversion

Post by Unobtanium »

Looks nice:

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I would hazard a guess at a VFR400 NC24 :?:

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What you reckon?

Channel Hopper
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Re: Single sided conversion

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I agree, the whole front end has also been transplanted (forks, yokes, brakes, mudguard).

Must be a tight fit in the fairing.

The owner needs to adjust his drive chain before taking her out

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Re: Single sided conversion

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That ones for sale so don't think the shop will be to concerned :wink:

That VFR looks to have a front Magtek on it from a NSR or just the std wheel.

Will make the suspension a lot tauter as a VFR must be 20+kgs heavier :?:

Channel Hopper
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Re: Single sided conversion

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A lot of that additional weight in the VFR is in the rear suspension system (and I suppose the larger forks have a kilo or two in them)

Ditching the standard NS exhaust system for something aftermarket would make a similar difference on the scales anyway.

Anyway shedding 20 kgs is like not having the full english breakfast for a few days, or leaving the padlock and chain in the garage, not a great hardship in the greater scheme of things.

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