Removing carburetors on Honda VTR 1000 F SuperHawk
Watch me remove carburetors on VTR 1000F SuperHawk (Give me a break, I am
doing it for the first time) =)
Just found this video I took couple of years ago. Figured I'll upload it
for you guys who want to see me taking it apart.
2000 Honda VTR SP1 Review
Jeff Stone reviews the 2000 model Honda RC51 or as it's known in the UK the
VTR SP1. He checks out some of it's unique features, goes through it's
pro's and con's, before taking it for a spin and testing it's performance
VTR1000F Danmoto JISU Exhaust Demo
Quite cold outside, and the bike needs re-jetted. Looks like to me, when
the pipes are very cold, they leak around the can seals on the inboard side
of the muffler. This stops happening once it warms up. Odd, but all in all
seems to be a decent Exhaust,
especially given the price paid of $270. They are VERY loud and VERY deep.
Quite pleased with the sound of them.
Tron Light Bike ( Lithium Powered )
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Gotta admit, as a Milwaukee kid there is something about the throaty roar
of a Harley Davidson that warms the cockles. But the all-electric Light
Cycle modeled after the machines in Tron makes a head-snapping case for
It is the creation of Parker Brothers Choppers out of Texas and Evolve
Motorcycles, a made-in-America startup building electric scooters that are
actually a zippy good time. Since the latest Lithium ion batteries are so
small (thanks, cell phone engineers!), motorcycle designers can go nuts
with new concepts and this $55,000 baby is proof.
But the Parker Brothers still love their internal combustion, so we also
checked out their grown-up Green Machine, a modern spin on the old Big
Wheel rival built around a Harley Davidson engine. Check it out.
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R.I.P VTR1000F (slide show)
On the 8/5/2009 an old guy in a Volvo ran a red light, the resault was a
T-bone accident... I had several broken bones and lived but my beautiful
Firestorm did not.. It's hard to see in these photo's but the whole frame
was bent like a Bannana... It was and still is a very sad end to a very
nice bike ... R.I.P Fire storm, I mourn your loss.