Search:

Type: Posts; User: soffiler; Keyword(s):

Page 1 of 28 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.12 seconds.

  1. Thread: 05 gs battery

    by soffiler
    Replies
    8
    Views
    1,240

    Hi Jim: Sorry to dredge up a thread that's a...

    Hi Jim:

    Sorry to dredge up a thread that's a whole year old, but I am about to replace the OEM battery in my '05 GS and I am *finally* paying attention to all the years of battery chatter I have...
  2. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    Thanks much. Looks like very nice stuff! I...

    Thanks much. Looks like very nice stuff! I can't say that I was serious about investing in an 8GS-specific tankbag, but I asked the question because I wanted to see how they were handling the...
  3. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    Thanks again ChiTown! The accessory outlet...

    Thanks again ChiTown!

    The accessory outlet location makes it quite convenient to electrify a tankbag. I'll be running chargers for cell phone, MP3 player, and Palm Pilot. Experimenting with...
  4. Replies
    3
    Views
    518

    Indianapolis is his best shot.

    Indianapolis is his best shot.
  5. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    some followup questions...

    Bump.

    What are people using for tankbags? I was looking over the 8GS at my local dealer and realized that the keyswitch location and the dirtbike-style padded tank are going to make fitment of...
  6. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    Fabulous... so I am renting a blast furnace to...

    Fabulous... so I am renting a blast furnace to trek across the Utah desert in August. *shrug* oh well. I'm an ATGATT type and use a 'Stich. Done this trip twice before, on rented R1150GS's at the...
  7. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    Thanks much, ChiTown! Great advice. ...

    Thanks much, ChiTown! Great advice.

    (Incidentally I followed a couple of your links, and holy crap, gorgeous photograpy and fascinating stories... gotta find time to read more of it...)

    I...
  8. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    Thanks for the replies so far, folks. Much...

    Thanks for the replies so far, folks. Much appreciated. If anybody else wishes to chime in, please, keep them coming!

    So it's got tubes. Gotcha. I can deal with that.

    I am aware of...
  9. Replies
    16
    Views
    2,801

    Renting an F800GS - Tools? Issues?

    I will be flying to Denver in late August and renting an F800GS for a 7-day, 3000-mile jaunt through CO and UT. My own ride at home in New England is an R12GS and that's what I would have rented but...
  10. Replies
    56
    Views
    7,341

    That would be John and Andrea Borella. I've met...

    That would be John and Andrea Borella. I've met John a few times; he's hosted Yankee Beemer rides from his home/shop (which is quite a bit more than a garage!). Great guy. I've not had the...
  11. Replies
    56
    Views
    7,341

    Well, since he completed his five-year stint in a...

    Well, since he completed his five-year stint in a federal prision on racketeering charges, he's a somewhat more subdued man. I don't think he's wielding the baseball bat at his ex-wife's boyfriends...
  12. Replies
    56
    Views
    7,341

    Yep, I am towards the northern part of Sterling. ...

    Yep, I am towards the northern part of Sterling. About halfway between Rt 6 and Rt 14/14A, with the Foster RI border 200' east of my driveway. I was born and raised in RI and work there so despite...
  13. Replies
    56
    Views
    7,341

    Buddy is like a rock star now.

    Buddy is like a rock star now.
  14. Replies
    56
    Views
    7,341

    While this might be a nitpick, falcon, the above...

    While this might be a nitpick, falcon, the above should say "Western RI and Eastern CT"

    And on a more subjective note, a route I would suggest from Wickford to Pomfret is 102N (it heads west out...
  15. Replies
    56
    Views
    7,341

    Hi Fritzc: I am not quite following you. Are...

    Hi Fritzc:

    I am not quite following you. Are you taking the bike to BI, and concerned with its security over there? Or, are you parking the bike on the mainland?
  16. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    THANKS Mike; that is a new one, haven't seen that...

    THANKS Mike; that is a new one, haven't seen that yet. I appreciate the tips on getting along with them too... funny how different forums develop different "personalities".
  17. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Hi chambde: 338 it is. Those are original. ...

    Hi chambde:

    338 it is. Those are original. For OEM replacements, the 338 was superceded by the 453 (which is the '73 CB175 K7). Thanks for the parts link, but I've been-there-done-that. Very...
  18. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Sounds like a product code. Honda's part numbers...

    Sounds like a product code. Honda's part numbers have a xxxxx-ppp-zzz format where ppp is the product code. It lets you immediately see the first place a part was used and can be helpful surfing...
  19. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    SWEET! (full disclosure: I was hoping to get...

    SWEET!

    (full disclosure: I was hoping to get another view of the correct exhaust pipes; you delivered!)
  20. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Yep, that's it, same color, same year. Yours is...

    Yep, that's it, same color, same year. Yours is cleaner. Ours has surface rust on the rear shocks, and of course the pipes are gone. Ours runs fine, and I'm happy the tank has no rust or dents,...
  21. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Thanks adzuc; I've been to western hills via the...

    Thanks adzuc; I've been to western hills via the hondarestoration.com link; however ohiocycle is a new one and it looks like a solid resource. Much appreciated!

    Of course, we're already scouring...
  22. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    email sent. Thanks!

    email sent. Thanks!
  23. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Wow - cool! I'd never heard of CycleChaos and it...

    Wow - cool! I'd never heard of CycleChaos and it looks like a pretty valuable resource. THANKS!
  24. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Hi peterh: Yes, I have. You can't miss that...

    Hi peterh:

    Yes, I have. You can't miss that one when you Google "vintage honda" ;)

    Have you had any luck with that site? I found their forum (aka "Community") to be completely inactive. ...
  25. Replies
    18
    Views
    1,199

    Looking for vintage Honda info

    We just picked up a '72 CB175 on which my wife plans to learn how to ride! She's all signed up for the MSF course in April. Right now the vintage CB, really a solid little bike with 4600 original...
Results 1 to 25 of 693
Page 1 of 28 1 2 3 4