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General Banter / Re: MS River Road Run Ride
« on: July 28, 2017, 11:34:27 AM »
22 days until the MS River Road Run Ride.  The route is not on interstate highways, and very little 4 lane roads.  It was ridden on a few weeks ago on a Saturday and had very little traffic.  Not like the roads in WI going south along the river, or east.

You can sign-up for the Ride at Leo's on Saturday morning, but it is preferred to register before hand to help plan for the food.

This "Ride at your Own Pace" provides a route booklet as well as signs marking the route and followed by a trailer in case someone requires assistance.

If you cannot make the whole ride, you can also sign-up for just the banquet at Hayward, WI.  There will be a silent auction with many great items to bid on to help support the MS Society.

Carl

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General Banter / MS River Road Run Ride
« on: May 31, 2017, 04:17:21 PM »
The MS River Road Run, is a ride to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis. This years date is Aug. 19-20, 2017, starting in Lakeville, MN at Leo's and heading to Hastings, then following the river on the Wisconsin side taking back roads to Grantsburg, Danbury and Solon Springs before ending on Saturday at Hayward,WI.  Sunday we head back to Hastings and then to home wherever that might be for the rider.

This is a "One of a Kind- Ride at your Own Pace"
Charity Event to Benefit the MS Society
For more details and Register Online At:
www.msmotorcycleride.org

Or, contact me for more details.
Carl

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The Interceptor has arrived in Houston, TX last week.  I received and email telling me he rode it a short distance at low speed to get his TX state inspection sticker and has new tires on order so he can test the Interceptor's capabilities.  He says he is glad he did not pass it up.

One of the potential buyers that asked a lot of questions, after I informed him it was sold, he told me he thought I was too low of price and that is why he was questioning the purchase.  Now he wishes he had bought it.  He said Haggerty says it is valued at $4,500+, even with a few imperfections that I pointed out to him.  Oh well, I sold it at what I thought was a fair price, being I am not into the collector market.

FYI to anyone, if you give someone your bank account number to wire money to, they can also withdraw from that account without your permission.  Do as I do, have a separate account and keep it empty and only for such situations.  That separate bank account will come in handy if I do some more wire transfers.

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Thanks for the offer Ray.  I am going to Austin, TX to COTA in Sep., I work part time for the new SCCA Pro Racing F4 Series.  But, he wanted it sooner and then our son and I were going to deliver in April also.  But, he deals with a shipping company a lot and found one that will pick up at my door for $600 and I don't have to crate it either, as most wanted.  So we decided to have them ship it.

Darn! I was hoping to take a look at his collection.  Well maybe in Sep. my wife and I will go there also while in Austin.
He wants me to look at some other cycles that need some attention.  Maybe I will have another winter project, or projects.

In the meantime, I need to check over the ST1100 for the season and STAR.  See you there.

Carl

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SOLD SOLD SOLD

Hey Ray,  I think you were correct that I was selling the VF750F for too low of price.   I had a few more to tell me that is was too low.  I also listed on cycletrader.com and had 4 very interested people just from there contact me, from WI, ID, CA and OH, plus several so so interested.  They were very  interested and as it turned out, a friend from Houston, TX bought it for $3000.00 yesterday.  He wanted it so bad, that from the time of the first email in the morning to time money was transferred to my account was less than 3 hours.  He collects cycles and needs this for his collection.  He wanted to make sure that nobody got it first and offered the extra $.  It all started with me sending an email to him late last week.  His first email was I want it, do you deliver?  I thought he was joking.  He offered another $1000 to deliver, but as of today, we are going to ship it.

Thanks to everyone that had suggestions about the V45, even though none of it concerned him which I told him, as he is a friend.  He is going to have new tires ready when it arrives so he can install before riding.  He keeps all his bikes in ride condition and rides a different bike all the time.
Gee I was hoping to deliver to see his collection of cycles and cars.  FYI, he has a warehouse full of cars over 100, most are not his.  He has a business storing and maintaining mostly Ferrari's for people.
Now on to the next project.
Carl

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Here is some more information to think about from a friend:
- because of the cam problem many of these bikes didn't survive.
- in the end, clean original unmolested bikes are the most desirable collector bikes, including warts like the cam oiling problem
- if this bike doesn't have cam problems and is original it is even more valuable than one that has been modified. For collectors originality, warts and all is always the most desirable.

To go along with these comments, the engine is very quiet, no cam noise like a a bike with cam problems would have.

Carl

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Strange that you mention the cam oiling situation.  I had someone else ask me if it had the update.  Here is what I discovered today.

I worked at Mankato Honda 1976-1986 as the Service Manager, but could not remember the whole situation on the cams.  I bought this bike from the original owner about 1.5 yr ago and unfortunately she died unexpectedly 7 months go.  So I could not ask her about the update.  I called a few Honda dealers, that I had hoped would have some answers as a way to tell, as Honda did sometimes put a stamp or some form of designation on the engine when a major program was performed.

Nobody could tell me if there was such a stamp or way to tell.  That was in the days when warr claims were submitted on paper.  I finally got referred to a guy that repairs old cycles and he is from that vintage of cycles.  He even owned a V65 at that time.  He told me that if it has oil lines from the base of the engine up to the cam area, that was part of the program and it was completed.

This bike has the oil lines on it.  He also said some people tried to make their own lines in later years, and were not always steel lines.  These lines are steel and have the Honda look.

This did not happen with all bikes.  There are several still available for sale on sites with over 50,000 miles.  None are all Honda original parts, such as exhaust, and some have a blue tank on red bike, or lots of dents. 

This VF750F has original parts and paint. 

Hope this helps to answers the question.  Now that you have the answer, you must be interested in buying this bike, or you would not have posted the comment.

Carl

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Hello Ray,

I will even deliver it to you in twin cites for that price.  Does that help??

Carl

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For Sale/Wanted to Buy / 1983 Honda V45 Interceptor VF750F FOR SALE
« on: March 11, 2017, 01:10:59 PM »
For Sale
1983 Honda V45 Interceptor VF750F, 14,189mi. Restoration completed in 2017. Honda original parts, no aftermarket parts. New fuel pump and filter, batt, sp plugs, coolant, brake & clutch fluid. Carbs rebuilt w/new gaskets & seals & synchronized. Less than 500 mi. on tires. Original Honda Owners & Service Manual.  Excellent Shape. 2nd owner.  $2,795.00, or make offer. Carl Wieman, Owatonna, MN deniseandcarl@yahoo.com

SOLD  SOLD  SOLD

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For Sale/Wanted to Buy / Re: Dunlop Tire For Sale
« on: August 04, 2013, 04:21:48 PM »
I did some checking and MISTER is correct.  I wish I had done more checking before the dealer sold me 2 tires.  Well, I still want to sell the Dunlap.  It will be several years before I ride enough to wear out the new Metzeler.  I don't have enough time to ride lately.

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For Sale/Wanted to Buy / Dunlop Tire For Sale
« on: July 06, 2013, 10:00:29 AM »
For Sale: Dunlop Front Tire, less than 1,100 street miles, 110/80ZR18, D205, from ST1100. 
New, was $170.00, sell for $40.00, OBO.
I am selling this tire, because it is a radial.  I had matched Dunlop radials, and the rear tire had a flaw.  They replaced it under warranty, but, Dunlop no longer makes that size rear for a ST1100.  I used the warranty money, to buy a pair of Metzler Interacts, which are bias-ply.  If you have Dunlops, you may want to buy this tire, so that you have a match when you need it.
Contact  Carl,   deniseandcarl@yahoo.com, Owatonna, MN

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For Sale/Wanted to Buy / Re: Dunlop tire for sale
« on: July 31, 2011, 12:28:18 PM »
Tire is still available, as of 7/31/11.  If interested, please make an offer.

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Bike Help / Re: '86 Honda Interceptor 500 fuel hose question
« on: July 31, 2011, 12:25:26 PM »
Thanks for the suggestions.  It took two tries by dealer to get correct parts.  Parts are installed, and no more leaks.  And..........extra pitcock is not leaking either.  Guess it is not used, other than to leak fuel with rubbers fail.  Yea yea, I know, leaky rubbers are not a good thing.  :D

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Bike Help / Re: '86 Honda Interceptor 500 fuel hose question
« on: June 13, 2011, 07:38:21 PM »
Thanks for the suggestion.  The petcock seals/rubber are bad.  New parts are on order.  Guess we are lucky, that they are still available, as not much is still available from Honda anymore for that cycle.

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Bike Help / '86 Honda Interceptor 500 fuel hose question
« on: June 12, 2011, 02:48:25 PM »
Does anyone know the correct hose routing from the fuel shutoff valve assy?  We have a Haynes manual, that shows the main fuel line, & vacuum hose.  There is another spout coming off the valve, that was capped, when we bought it 2 yr ago.  Cycle runs good with it capped.  The last time my son rode it, last week, for about 150 miles, ran good also.  After it was parked in the garage, the plugged spout started to leak fuel.

This makes us wonder, what is it for.  Does not seem that it should have fuel, without a good way to plug it.

Haynes Manual does not show this spout.

It is the same size as the vacuum hose line spout.

Also, the cycle starts very hard, after sitting for several days.  Let it sit for a few weeks, and it starts, but stalls then wants to run on maybe 2 cyl, and takes many tries to keep running and get to run on all 4 cyl.

Carbs were rebuilt about 2 yr ago.  He had not run for several years previous to that time.

Thanks for any suggestions that anyone may have for us.

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