What happens when I get a 90 VFR750 that had been sitting in someone garage for a few years? It becomes...

The VFR Project!

Now that I have been having such a good time riding this bike after finally getting back on the road and I hate to leave it at home on the days when I ride with my bicycle club after work...


I made a bike rack for it!

It is not on the bike all the time but works well when it is! When I switched the exhaust to the left side, it left a great mounting location. The stabilizing mount comes off the foot peg where the feeler screw goes in!

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I made a custom exhaust for lefty exit. Yes, you loose ground clearance but this is my cruiser bike not my RVF400RR or Hawk! Since I wanted it quiet for taking the wife for rides I am using a stock RC51 left muffler.

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Aftermarket clip-ons were required to clear the gauges. The 929 brakes w/SS lines & front end work very nice!

Aftermarket rear shock was also installed.


Here are some early pics.

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CBR929RR Font end fits in with very little modification.

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VFR800 Black five spoke rim conversion.

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Making the bike have reverse shifting, with the help of a 929 pegs and lever.