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Thread: 1982 GS750E Strange Fork Spring Lengths

  1. #11
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    Wow, thank you Rich! These are the first clear drawings I have seen of the anti-dive system and also the fork internals. I now realize that the springs are correct for the 1982 EZ model.

    Thanks again for all your help!!!

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    It's a great supplement, and I've shared it with anybody who wants it. I had sent it to Cliff a few years ago to add to his list of downloads on his website. He said he would. Emailed Brian about it too. Just didn't happen for some reason. It's been a while, I'll reach out to Brian again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyup3371 View Post
    Isn't the 82 a 16-valve? If so, there is the other manual there on his site
    The 82 model is basically the same as the 80/81 models with the exception of the instrument cluster, choke mount and forks. So the repair manual would be pretty much the same.
    MrBill Been a GSR member on and off since April 2002
    1980 GS 750E Bought new in Feb of 1980
    2015 CAN AM RTS


    Stuff I've done to my bike 1100E front end with new Sonic springs, 1100E swing arm conversion with new Progressive shocks installed, 530 sprockets/chain conversion, new SS brake lines, new brake pads. New SS fasteners through out. Rebuilt carbs, new EBC clutch springs and horn installed. New paint. Motor runs strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbill5491 View Post
    The 82 model is basically the same as the 80/81 models with the exception of the instrument cluster, choke mount and forks. So the repair manual would be pretty much the same.
    Yes, all the things different in the 82 E & T models should be covered in the supplement in linked in post #10. I’ve given it to Brian. He said he’d add it to the list of manuals on his copy of BikeCliff’s website soon.

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