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Thread: Yogisays09's garage: VFR800, GSF1250 Bandit and the CBR 1000RR

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    Default Re: Yogisays09's 2011 Suzuki Bandit GSF1250S and 2007 Honda CBR 1000RR.

    Haven't got time to update the thread.
    CBR now runs a Dynojet Autotune
    Bandit now runs a Dynojet Power Commander 3 and Quick shifter.
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    A Classic VFR800 Fi has been added to the garage. Got attracted to this V4 and couldn't resist myself from buying it.

    Restoration work on the VFR has begun and most of the things are covered, consider it as a mid life make over.
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    VFR has a complicated braking system. It’s called the CDBS combined dual braking system.
    Each caliper has 3 pistons. You hit the front brake and the outer pistons of the front 2 calipers come in action along with the center piston of the rear caliper.
    You hit the rear brakes: outer pistons of the rear and center piston of the front calipers come in action.
    Faced a weird issue, hitting the front brakes would lock the rear wheel making it not moveable at all. Figured out it was a small spring n ball which was stuck in active position on the front left caliper secondary master cylinder (Delay Valve)
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    Right caliper bracket of the VFR is a little cracked and pads are not holding its place. Have called in a for a replacement caliper which should be in soon.
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    This is how the VFR is coming up.
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    Ready and Parked with the other 2.
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    Default Re: Yogisays09's 2011 Suzuki Bandit GSF1250S and 2007 Honda CBR 1000RR.

    Good job there yogi. The VFR really is a legendary bike. Nothing comes close to the v4 exhaust note.
    This vfr is also the vtec model right? I like the later underseat exhaust model better but heard this is more reliable.
    Was wondering, why would you get a quickshifter on a bandit? Or you ride the bandit harder than the blade?
    Also how's the pc3 and autotune on the cbr?Do you see a huge difference in rideability?
    I am soon going to get a pc3r installed and get the bike dyno tuned. This unit allows ignition mapping as well but I am not 100% sure if it's a good thing to do.

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    Default Re: Yogisays09's 2011 Suzuki Bandit GSF1250S and 2007 Honda CBR 1000RR.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doga View Post
    Good job there yogi. The VFR really is a legendary bike. Nothing comes close to the v4 exhaust note.
    This vfr is also the vtec model right? I like the later underseat exhaust model better but heard this is more reliable.
    Was wondering, why would you get a quickshifter on a bandit? Or you ride the bandit harder than the blade?
    Also how's the pc3 and autotune on the cbr?Do you see a huge difference in rideability?
    I am soon going to get a pc3r installed and get the bike dyno tuned. This unit allows ignition mapping as well but I am not 100% sure if it's a good thing to do.
    1)Thanks mate , yes the VFR is one of its kind. Na mine is non vtec and you are right the 5th generation which I got is more reliable than the later underseat ones.
    2)Well the quickshifter came with the CBR, the previous owner was running the CBR with GP shifting so the Quick sifter is a pull type one. I have reversed the CBR shifting and rearsets to stock pattern which made the QS useless. Had to use it somewhere and bandit uses a pull action shifting on upshifts so utilized it there.
    3)PC3 and autotune dont work together, autotune works only with the PC5. Yes there is day and night difference in ridability after the autotune. Autotune is must if you have the PC5 and want to extract its full capacity, Autotone is a an on the go DYNO which autotunes the fuel curve to maintain the target AFR set for the AT. Basically at a bench DYNO what they do it set the fuel table according to the AFR and autotune does it by itself.
    4)If you can get your hands on a used or new PC5 and autotune then get that, PC3 wont give you that much results like the PC5 + Autotune combo.

    Attached are the pics of the CBR from the past when it was with the previous owner in Delhi.
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    Default Re: Yogisays09's garage: VFR800, GSF1250 Bandit and the CBR 1000RR

    Usual upkeep work was on during the last months holidays. VFR800 LCD was busted , got it replaced with a used one from the UK. All the bikes now run LED bulbs and these bulbs are real bright. Spend some time with the accord adding 3.5MM Audio jack and replacing the engine belt and Power steering pump O ring.
    Added steering wheel audio controls to the accord, got a set of used buttons from the US and wired them through the head unit.
    Home work for the speedohealer install on the 1000RR is done , once i get time i will install it and test ride.
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    Default Re: Yogisays09's garage: VFR800, GSF1250 Bandit and the CBR 1000RR

    Small updates to keep the thread alive. Did not ride much during April and May due to the weather being very hot.



    Bandit was suffering from poor and unstable idle, basically this is caused due to dirty clogged ISC valve. Removed and cleaned it well and the bike idles as normal now.
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    Did ride the CBR on a weekend and here are the pics. 1000RR got a new MRA windscreen.
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    Finally the VFR800 is completely restored and fit for long rides. this was the first long ride on the VFR. What a comfortable bike it is and its a rocket post 5000 RPM. Front calipers were replaced, all hydraulic fluids were replaced. Bleeding the CBS brakes was a nightmare, followed the manual and got it done and then it worked like a charm.
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    Last update for the time being : Little master got his first ride.
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    Default Re: Yogisays09's garage: VFR800, GSF1250 Bandit and the CBR 1000RR

    good job Yogi! My next bike has to be a V4. Don't think I'll go for the vfr800 though. I have my eyes on a vfr400 or an rvf400. May be in a year's time. Only if a decent one comes up for sale

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    Default Re: Yogisays09's garage: VFR800, GSF1250 Bandit and the CBR 1000RR

    Back with some updates on the bike. Didnt ride much as it was raining pretty heavy in July.
    Did a major service of the Bandit , fuel pump motor gave up which is common problem on the suzukis . Changed the motor and cleaned the pump unit, look at the dirt in the Indian fuel which they supply.
    Bandit also got a Power commander 5 + Autotune and the PC3 was removed from bike. Quickshifter is still functional with the PC5 , had to mod the wiring of the QS.

    VFR800 got a gear indicator fixed, did the 2K ohms resistor mod at the ecm which rectified the speedo error.
    All the bikes got few decals just to spend time with the bikes doing something.

    A rat chewed the LED light wire on the accord, soldered it and its back to life.
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