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I'm pretty sure the firing order on a GSX1000r is 1-2-4-3 (outside in), which is  different from the CB750.
Cafe Racers / Re: 75 CB360 - bad omen "yatagarasu" build
« Last post by MiniatureNinja on Today at 13:26:07 »
cool thanks! my Uncle builds stock car engines - and said a trick they use to determine where to place a sensor is to use a crayon and draw a line along the header pipe - where the crayon stops burning is where you should place it - Now this guy is old school... probably doesn't even know how to log into a computer but any input on that? I guess it's just important for the exhaust gasses to fully mature before the sensor

will be using 1 3/8" OD pipe for the first 15-18 inches, and then 1 1/2" OD for the rest - got some u-bends from PJs link (thanks!) and then am gonna use the TC bros kit for the rest
Cafe Racers / Re: New Age Cafe Racer - Honda CB750 -79 from Finland
« Last post by 1fasgsxr on Today at 13:15:46 »
Not surprising to me.. here is a stock Gsxr 1000 header from 01-02.
Cafe Racers / Re: 1998 Gsxr 750 build
« Last post by 1fasgsxr on Today at 13:04:36 »
Yup it is the carrier.  It is getting ready for paint too.
SELLING / Re: 2006 GSXR 600 front end for conversion
« Last post by shadowray on Today at 12:55:23 »

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Electrical / Re: 74' CB360 - LED flicker
« Last post by Sonreir on Today at 12:46:20 »
Could be a couple of things...

First item to check is how close the wiring is to your ignition coils. Sometimes there's enough EMI to cause induction in the wiring and cause the LEDs to go brighter for a short period of time. I'm assuming the flashing of the LEDs matches the speed of the engine?

Other option is that your system voltage is low and you're getting pulses from the alternator. This is also not unheard of on single phase charging systems (which is what you have). If you're getting at least 13V while the bike is running, this is unlikely, however.
Electrical / Re: Dynatek 2000 on a CB750 DOHC
« Last post by Sonreir on Today at 12:42:46 »
Depends on what you mean.

You don't want power running to the ignition coils when the bike is turned off, but the relay will turn off when the bike does, so that's not an issue.
Trackers / Re: xs650 Sumotrack
« Last post by canyoncarver on Today at 12:31:45 »
That frame color really pops!
Trackers / Re: "Tangerine Dream" / Glemseck - KZ750
« Last post by canyoncarver on Today at 12:29:56 »
Man, you are not messing around.   
if you don't like the weather, wait an hour...

I swear they say that here too in spring and fall. 
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