'94-97 VFR750 vs. '98-'01 VFR800 - Page 2 - Speedzilla Motorcycle Message Forums
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post #21 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-10-2013, 05:01 PM
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Originally Posted by sburns2421 View Post
Worth an update to this old thread as I added #2 on my hypothetical list (post #13 above) a few days ago. She needs love for sure.

Cannot believe how quiet the stock exhaust is though. Parts are possibly even more difficult to find than for my 851 or old Mille. But then I wouldn't know what to do if I had a 2011 GSXR1000 where every company made stuff for it....

SWEET! Congrads sburns!

Your #2 is>
My #1)> I've got an 85 as well, but I've installed the IMO Much Cooler 86 Twin Head light set-up in mine and tossed the Comstars as
(I HATE those rims) and installed the 17" rims from a CBR!
Worked\Customized my rear shock, made it adjustable read made longer.

Enjoy her, they're jems, once you get a few tweaks done to them.
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post #22 of 23 (permalink) Old 12-15-2013, 10:32 PM
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Loved my '94 in Florida, but my yellow 2000 with FI is better for the mountains.
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post #23 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-30-2015, 05:24 AM
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Hi Guys,
Greetings from Malaysia. I am thinking of getting a 97' 750F. Am wondering on the following and will sincerely much appreciate any advice you can spare on conversion to 800 VTEC especially for the rear.

a) are the fuel tanks and body frame the same for these 2 models?
b) roughly how much does it cost for the 800 vtec full seat, pillion seat cover, seat cowls? Are they easily available in the states?
c) what level of difficulty to make the 800 Vtec ( 6th Gen ) conversion for the rear ?

I just love what fotomoto has done but i still cant figure if his is a 97'750F ?

Thanks so very much in Advance guys....and Happy Riding !!
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