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    Thats gonna be tricky if the holes have been...

    Thats gonna be tricky if the holes have been epoxied.
  2. Thread: VM26SS Troubles

    by Agemax
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    Did you use OEM float bowl gaskets? Some...

    Did you use OEM float bowl gaskets? Some aftermarket ones are a poor fit and can cause the float to snag up on them and not move up and down as freely as they should.
    Worth dropping the bowls off...
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    Post some pics of how you modify it, folks here...

    Post some pics of how you modify it, folks here are always interested in easy brake upgrades.
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    is that caliper a direct bolt on replacement or...

    is that caliper a direct bolt on replacement or have you modified it to fit?
  5. Bore out a couple of 26's easy to do on your...

    Bore out a couple of 26's easy to do on your lathe.
  6. Yes i remember. you mean 28's? 29's are...

    Yes i remember. you mean 28's? 29's are smoothbores.
  7. The air screws on your carbs are not hidden, they...

    The air screws on your carbs are not hidden, they are not there. Those carbs are not original GS carbs, probably an early Kawasaki, which many models came without the air screws, just the fuel pilot...
  8. Thread: Choke problem

    by Agemax
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    You need to be sure that the choke circuit is...

    You need to be sure that the choke circuit is perfectly clear. There is a long brass tube at the base of the carb which sits in a long recess in the float bowl itself. This is the choke fuel supply....
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    UKJules, you speak to people like that on here...

    UKJules, you speak to people like that on here and nobody is going to bother helping you out anymore.

    Dont think that your "analysis" will be helping out anybody because, as mentioned before,...
  10. Thread: Fuse box

    by Agemax
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    Got one of these on my GS1000. good quality for...

    Got one of these on my GS1000. good quality for the price, more fuses than you need so you can add extra circuits if required, and a single point ground, which is key to healthy electrics on the...
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    Replace the old tired fuse box with a modern...

    Replace the old tired fuse box with a modern blade type fuse box.
    I replaced mine with the one in the link below, it works great, has more fuses than required so you can add more circuits if...
  12. Throw those crappy EMGO pod filters in the...

    Throw those crappy EMGO pod filters in the nearest trash can and buy some decent filters, APE or K&N.
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    No, i had to machine 5mm off the GSXR sprocket...

    No, i had to machine 5mm off the GSXR sprocket carrier to line up the rear sprocket with the front.
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    GSXR1100 rear wheel and JMC swingarm, 18/50...

    GSXR1100 rear wheel and JMC swingarm, 18/50 sprockets.

    https://i.imgur.com/VlG5RkSm.jpg
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    I run a 180 rear tyre on my gs1000 with a 530...

    I run a 180 rear tyre on my gs1000 with a 530 chain and sprockets, 10mm offset on the front sprocket and no problems with chain clearance
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    I have never seen or heard of a carb body crack...

    I have never seen or heard of a carb body crack due to overtightening of the bowl screws. The thread will strip long before the body cracks.
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    for DID chains, LE stands for Loop Endless. But...

    for DID chains, LE stands for Loop Endless. But as you say, a search for both types show an endless chain, so not sure what the difference is.
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    I have done another GS1000 conversion, using a...

    I have done another GS1000 conversion, using a Ducati slave cylinder. the whole thing fits under the stock engine cover (although it has to be highly modified, it all looks stock from the outside). I...
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    I would say its probably a bit lighter pull on...

    I would say its probably a bit lighter pull on the lever, not much though, but a much smoother action.
    Also the added bonus of never having to adjust it :cool:
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    I did a hydraulic clutch conversion on my GS1000...

    I did a hydraulic clutch conversion on my GS1000 years ago. proper set up with 1200 Bandit m/c and slave cylinder. made a plate for the slave to fit,made a pushrod with a modified GSXR pressure plate...
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    a sharp knife and a steady hand makes for a...

    a sharp knife and a steady hand makes for a pretty good hole cutter :cool:
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    I have purchased many O ring kits from Robert, no...

    I have purchased many O ring kits from Robert, no problem. Quick delivery from the USA too, usually around a week.
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    Not true, all of the 3 moto GP classes still rely...

    Not true, all of the 3 moto GP classes still rely on external starters. None of them have, or require an "onboard" starting facility.
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    Maybe so for track use, on most bikes, but in my...

    Maybe so for track use, on most bikes, but in my opinion this handled like a pig and it was so dam uncomfortable to ride.
    It shifted all my weight forward onto my wrists and i couldn't sit on the...
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    I have had a few good rides out on it and after i...

    I have had a few good rides out on it and after i sorted out some issues with it i have started to like it.
    When i bought it there was a jack up kit on the back, which made the riding position and...
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