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    Carb dip? Important thing is to remove any...

    Carb dip?

    Important thing is to remove any corrosion or crud in the seal groove and off the pistons. Then install new seals and your calipers should be okay. Use heavy black moly caliper grease...
  2. Thread: Basket Springs

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    The chain drive 1000 basket is larger in diameter...

    The chain drive 1000 basket is larger in diameter and holds less plates.
  3. Thread: Basket Springs

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    Nope. Different.

    Nope. Different.
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    Shimming the springs with washers is the standard...

    Shimming the springs with washers is the standard fix. For some model bikes, the 1100E for example, there are aftermarket backplate/spring/rivet kits. There used to be kits for the chain drive 1000...
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    Need a micrometer that reads down to .0001" to...

    Need a micrometer that reads down to .0001" to measure wrist pins.

    I'd go with the pins from the new/used pistons.
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    Inspect the piston for pitting in the chrome. If...

    Inspect the piston for pitting in the chrome. If pitted, replace it. During reassembly replace the dust boot and caliper seals. Use OEM Suzuki parts, NOT K&L unless you absolutely have to.
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    Mufflers????

    Mufflers????
  8. Robert Barr used to sell the washers...

    Robert Barr used to sell the washers...
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    The problem with used 40 year old master...

    The problem with used 40 year old master cylinders is there is often corrosion inside which causes pitting in the body rendering the master useless and not suitable for rebuilding.

    For a 650 you...
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    Honestly Argon, you are so far off track on this...

    Honestly Argon, you are so far off track on this I don't even know what to say.

    I worked for a couple of decades in the automotive business, in the quality side of the industry trying to help...
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    There is no baseline when the brake system is...

    There is no baseline when the brake system is full of sludge.

    As Rich stated: remove calipers, pop out the pistons, pull plunger out of mater cylinder, clean everything out and consider replacing...
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    Impressive job. Thanks for sharing. Keep...

    Impressive job. Thanks for sharing.

    Keep going...
  13. Seems like Redpocket. Dale turned me on to them...

    Seems like Redpocket. Dale turned me on to them a few years ago and I've been using them since. Good customer service. Pick whatever network you want.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/133051277200
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    Sorry, but unless the grill advertised it's...

    Sorry, but unless the grill advertised it's ability to withstand direct rain with no ill effect I don't think you have a case. Put the grill under an overhang or get a cover would be my advice.
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    Building your own lines form made in USA Earl's...

    Building your own lines form made in USA Earl's parts removes all doubt regarding getting the exact perfect length and angles of the hose ends. It's cheaper than most all premade lines too.
  16. Oooo! Ouch!

    Oooo! Ouch!
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    Dyna S is path of least resistance. It works...

    Dyna S is path of least resistance. It works with the stock coils so no worry there.
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    The plug is tapered and wedges into the hole in...

    The plug is tapered and wedges into the hole in the carb body. You do NOT want the plug coming loose and falling into the carb throat where it will get sucked into the engine.
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    Buy used carb body and hacksaw it apart to...

    Buy used carb body and hacksaw it apart to extract the plug. That's the only way I know to get a plug, other than making one on a lathe.
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    Photos are tiny.:(

    Photos are tiny.:(
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    The answer can be found by looking at the wiring...

    The answer can be found by looking at the wiring diagram in the factory service manual or on Basscliff's website. You didn't mention what bike and year so there is that.
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    Did you wind up the tensioner spring and push in...

    Did you wind up the tensioner spring and push in the plunger before tightening the setscrew before reinstalling the tensioner? Then upon install, release the setscrew and snug down the nut? Reason...
  23. My guess is either vapor lock from a bad gas cap...

    My guess is either vapor lock from a bad gas cap or maybe a bad ignitor which malfunctions when hot. Sorry I can't be more definitive.
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    Agree. New wheel time. Bummer.

    Agree. New wheel time. Bummer.
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    Use the 100. 90 is too skinny

    Use the 100. 90 is too skinny
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