Dan CarKid1989 wrote: dumptruck wrote: you still have that vidoe? Carbs are for sure gonna need to be cleaned. Click on the image for larger format. The picture was sent to me by Vince Plunkett. I don't get it, I don't like it, but I've totally seen it in my last four projects. Opens carbs up to 38mm.
Lemme know what else you may need. Need to figure out how to lower the bike. My plan is to build something like this in the end: Im picking up a free set of drag bars tomorow so thats a start. Please support my music career! The wiring is labeled and to the side. Click on the image for larger format. Distance from the bolt for the gas tank to the rear most tip of the frame is 23.
I sold it in 05 but if i recall, after i changed the magneto and the fuse box, out put voltage was allot more stable. Allen key included for assembly. Started tearing down the bike a bit. Carbs, airbox, entire exhaust is off, passenger foot pegs, rear fenders, sissy bar, all off. Click on the image for larger format.
Satin Black Die-Cast aluminum housing with a nylon throttle tube. It had a single disc brake at the front wheel, a drum rear brake, wire wheels and a inline-four engine with two valves per cylinder. Click at the button below to get to the main page with frames. We have no relationship to the listed companies. Jarmo Haapamäki, the owner and webmaster of this site. I really like how the bike is coming together now.
High quality chrome switch designed to clean up the appearance of your bike while allowing the use of a switch. Please tell me the source and the publication date if possible. Click on the image for larger format. The video brings smiles as the old Katana had a Yosh 4-1 pipe that made similar sounds. Click on the image for larger format. The model was released in Japan in April 1978.
Click on the image for larger format. Click on the image for larger format. Got to workin on it some more. If you send me pictures of your own bike, please follow instructions. No longer a continuous loop.
Includes a contoured washer which allows for installations on round surfaces such as handlebars or frames. The rear disc brake was changed to drum brake and , and the dual front discs were replaced with a single disc. Pull cable thread size is M10 x 1. On Friday I picked up a free set of drag bars for the bike. Its starting to look like what i had in my head. Things that need to be addressed: -Gauges dont work -fuse block is finiky -carbs could use cleaning -front forks are toast could just be seals and oil tho? I want it a bit lower front and back though.
Click on the image for larger format. . If you find a way around this phenomena please let me know. Ideas on any of the above? Been toying with the idea a bit more of throwing on modern forks and brakes and all that, just to give the bike a different fresh look. What other options do i have? The model had light alloy wheels and a disc brake even at the rear. Click on the image for larger format. Its going great so far.
Also, i plan on ditching the airbox and going with pod filters. The names Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki and any other trade names or symbols belonging to each respective corporation are stated for reference purposes only. I understand it but can't explain it; if I find the article I will send it to you. It shows that the bike had a single brake disc at the front. Go up a few bites, I asked if CarKid was keeping the air box. As it sits as of tonight.
I've built a few bikes and all of them had a flat spot just above idle. Well, i took the bike out for a quick spin Saturday to make sure it runs and shifts and all that fun stuff. They make it look perfect. Having fun so far and hope it continues to be fun Shot of the garage and my toys. This page is still under construction.