After getting back the candy red powder coated brake parts, Moto Pilot starts assembly on the rear brake system.
In episode 7 of the Honda CBR800-V4 Bike Build, with the back wheel assembly powder coating finished, Moto Pilot gets to work bolting the rear end back on the bike and installing new bearings.
In episode 6 of the CBR800-V4 Bike Build, Moto Pilot gives the VFR engine a thorough scrubbing.
After five episodes, Moto Pilot is starting to make headway, although he discovers how much work it is to upgrade the rear assembly on the Honda CBR800-V4.
What started as a StreetFighter build, has quickly evolved into a one-of-a-kind Honda VFR/CBR hybrid now called the CBR800-V4.
In Episode 3 of the VRF800 BRUTUS StreetFighter series, in a matter of minutes Moto Pilot unleashes some low RPM performance on the 2004 Honda VFR800.
In Episode 2 of the VRF800 BRUTUS StreetFighter series, Moto Pilot answers the question: how do you take a set of CBR Rearsets and make them fit a Honda VFR800?
Moto Pilot kicks off his latest build series, where he’ll transform a 2004 Honda VFR800 into an entirely different beast with the help of products from Tucker Brands.