CBX Photos – At Personal Garage – Many Photos

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CBX Photos – At Personal Garage – Many Photos

This is a photo of a personal garage that I used to work with. It was a fun garage with a variety of motorcycles. The years are in no particular order. This will be a photo-based post. Since coming to this garage, I've started packing tools and other items so that they can be easily carried and moved by car.
Rust and dirt are not a concern when you first buy a motorcycle.
Garage storage is extremely resistant to rust and dirt. Also, it is best to avoid direct sunlight as it will deteriorate the plastic parts.
It wasn't long after I came back to Japan that I started putting it in this garage, so it was around 2018. I have passed vehicle inspection twice since then. I'm the only one who can tell, but the brake caliper has been changed, the brake master has been changed, the suspension has been lengthened, and the front fork has been changed to a CB1100F.
Not only the appearance but also the driving performance has improved, but from a security perspective, the performance is not good at all. I feel that the best way to store them is to stack them in one box.
Other than that, the PLX's air-fuel ratio system looks beautiful, so I'm thinking of using it again instead of Innnovate. PLX loggers are not designed for motorcycles, so it may be best not to install PLX meters on older motorcycles unless you have a specific intention. I had a problem with Yahoo Shopping, but from that point of view, it might be better to purchase from Amazon or Rakuten, as they are more reliable.

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This is a privately owned garage.
There are 5 motorcycles and 2 vehicles parked in the spacious garage. There is also a separate shelf for storing chemicals, etc. Since certain people often come and go, the security is not low.
There is a 40-year-old Ducati parked in the back, but it has been kept in good condition and doesn't look like a 40-year-old vehicle.

Good things about the garage

The good thing about a garage is different for each person. There are so many good things that I will list them.
・Higher crime prevention.
・Protects UV rays
・Do not get wet in the rain
-Reduced risk of animal and insect parasitism
It's full of benefits.
If you leave your motorcycle covered for a long period of time, it will probably end up in a rotten state.

It costs money to rent or own a garage in the first place.
That raises the hurdle of garage storage.
Recently, due to the motorcycle boom, there is also a rental garage service.
Although it is expensive, there is less deterioration of the vehicle than storing it outdoors.
If a vehicle is stored outdoors for many years, rust may appear on various parts.
Considering the cost of repairing such things, I think storing it in a garage is a big advantage.
Even people who often ride motorcycles may not be able to ride a motorcycle for several months due to seasonal or work commitments.
It also increases safety from a crime prevention perspective.

CBX Photos – At Personal Garage – Many Photos【summary】

Looking at the photos like this, even though it's only been a short time, I feel once again that I've done a lot of things.
Especially around this time, I remember changing the headlights to LEDs and replacing them with multi-light reflectors. I like the convenience of side bags, but lately I've been wanting to remove them, so I'm wondering if there's a way to store them so I don't have to wear them on my body and also keep my motorcycle tidy.
I originally installed an air-fuel ratio meter on the PLX, but it broke due to various reasons and is currently waiting for repair.
Compared to auto gauges, the performance is definitely better for the price. I also remember that the position of the Yoshimura Temperature Meter Stay made by Woodstock was changed in various ways.
The FCR funnel has also been changed from a red 30mm to a black 50mm, but if you just look at the color, the red one is better.
There is a feeling of FCR. I might go back and watch it if I feel like it.
I haven't had a chance to take photos and look back at them, so I'm having a lot of fun posting them.
Next, we will create new memories by changing the clutch to a later model and installing an upper cowl.
Well then! See you again!
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