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    I know they are Suzuki carbs because of the ID...

    I know they are Suzuki carbs because of the ID numbers. They are all otherwise untouched and unmodified. The sleeve does not go far enough to interfere with the vacuum port in #3 carb, they are all...
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    As i said, they measure 26mm, so they haven't...

    As i said, they measure 26mm, so they haven't been bored out larger.
    It makes sense that have have all been sleeved so they all match but there is no obvious reason why. I think the clue is in the 7...
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    The ID number on the carbs suggest they are...

    The ID number on the carbs suggest they are Suzuki original VM26's.The bore at the venturi measures 26mm so they had to be 26's to begin with. They have both air and fuel pilot screws.
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    Help identifying strange VM26 markings.

    I am restoring a set of VM26SS carbs from a USA imported GS1000, for some strange reason they have been bored out and had a stainless steel sleeve fitted. The ID of the sleeve is exactly 26mm. All 4...
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    On behalf of all us UK members, thankyou for...

    On behalf of all us UK members, thankyou for helping us out as well, and wish you all the best Robert.
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    R.I.P Wes Cooley

    Rumours are rife that he has passed away. If it is true, another awesome motorcycling legend has left this earth.

    Rest in peace Wes.
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    That guy is me............ :cool: ...

    That guy is me............ :cool:

    https://i.imgur.com/sSHJSYQl.jpg
  8. Thread: GS 1000 gaskets

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    https://www.suzukiperformancespares.co.uk/product/...

    https://www.suzukiperformancespares.co.uk/product/cometic-gs1000-e-s-base-gasket/7073/

    in stock at a UK cometic supplier, should be available your part of the world.
  9. Thread: GS 1000 gaskets

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    Cometic make base gaskets for the Gs1000 as well.

    Cometic make base gaskets for the Gs1000 as well.
  10. Thread: GS 1000 gaskets

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    Cometic on my 1085 as well, better than OEM in my...

    Cometic on my 1085 as well, better than OEM in my opinion.
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    if you took the time to look in the factory...

    if you took the time to look in the factory service manual, in the link i posted on your other thread, you will see for sure that full advance is at 3500rpm.
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    there is a full factory workshop manual in...

    there is a full factory workshop manual in Basscliff's website.

    http://zeus.mtsac.edu/~cliff/storage/gs/GS650GManual.pdf
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    spongy brake lever

    Ok, so ever since i fitted these new chinese levers, the brake lever feels really spongy. Anyone else had this? Cant seem to fix the issue, no idea why! :confused:

    https://i.imgur.com/Kib9bQOm.jpg
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    How did i miss that??? But yes year is important...

    How did i miss that???
    But yes year is important as it could be either BS or VM carbs on a 850
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    Part numbers are a very good way of sourcing any...

    Part numbers are a very good way of sourcing any parts. Instead of searching for bike model/size specific parts, cross referencing part numbers can identify a whole range of different bikes that use...
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    All the info you will need will be in the service...

    All the info you will need will be in the service manual, including what tools are needed and a step by step guide on how to rebuild them.
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    Do they have gaskets fitted where it bolts to the...

    Do they have gaskets fitted where it bolts to the block, and any form of seal or O ring on the threaded adjuster? The oil usually seeps along the thread on the adjuster.

    You say you wont name the...
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    I made some for my 33mm smoothbores from 10mm...

    I made some for my 33mm smoothbores from 10mm brass hex bar. No issues with bimetal corrosion, they will last for years because its not like they are constantly moving all the time, and they look and...
  19. did the backlight never work, or did for a while...

    did the backlight never work, or did for a while then packed up? if it never worked, try swapping the + and - wires, you never know they may have accidentaly wired the led up back to front during...
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    Thats gonna be tricky if the holes have been...

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

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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?
  24. 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.
  25. Yes i remember. you mean 28's? 29's are...

    Yes i remember. you mean 28's? 29's are smoothbores.
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