1986 VFR 700

Discussion in 'WERA Vintage' started by cowboy dann, Jan 12, 2020.

  1. cowboy dann

    cowboy dann Well-Known Member

    Does anyone have any interest in an '86 VFR 700 rolling chassis? Bought as a parts bike for the engine and electronics , don't have any use for the rest. No title
     
  2. cowboy dann

    cowboy dann Well-Known Member

    Free to good home. Want it out of my garage and don't want to scrap it
     
  3. kenessex

    kenessex unregistered user

    I'd like to have it, but it isn't worth it to try and pick it up. Where is it located?
     
  4. cowboy dann

    cowboy dann Well-Known Member

    Springfield Ohio
     
  5. VFR#52

    VFR#52 Well-Known Member

    Look up the VFR group on Facebook or Google one. Someone will want it or post on Craigslist free section.
    I'm sure someone will come get it.

    Steven
     
  6. kenessex

    kenessex unregistered user

    Are you going to Talladega in February?
     
  7. jksoft

    jksoft Well-Known Member

    I would also take it but I am clear on the other side of the state.
     
  8. cowboy dann

    cowboy dann Well-Known Member

    no not going to Tally
     
  9. This old Rz

    This old Rz Member

     
  10. This old Rz

    This old Rz Member

    I may certainly be able to use some of your parts could you tell me if you have fuel tank/ body work? My email is DaveEvansInc @yahoo.com
     
  11. cowboy dann

    cowboy dann Well-Known Member

    no body work or tank
     
  12. This old Rz

    This old Rz Member

    Probably better off letting somebody who could use it more than I..... I was likely only interested in bodywork or a swing arm to brace eventually....
    I just bought a second VFR750 last week, she has the full F-3 RaceTech conversion with 17" Enki 6 spoke conversion..... And a high mount single sided race pipe....
    I'm certainly...not looking forward to a carb clean or valve adjustment...lol
     
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  13. VFR#52

    VFR#52 Well-Known Member

    Carb only hard part is getting them on and off.
    Run valve clearance thousand looser on rear cylinders than spec.
    They not hard to adjust.
    Make sure you have right tool to loosen the jam nut and adjuster.
    Best of luck.

    Steven
     

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