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Other Projects / Re: Walnut service bench
« Last post by trek97 on Today at 01:06:08 »
Oh shit, I'm on board. (see what I did there?)

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Enduro / Dirt / Scramblers / Re: Xl250 parked for 30 years
« Last post by schonc on Today at 01:05:21 »
Another day, another cover off the engine. This time the valve cover, and it don't look so good. At this time I think I'll just reassemble and run it like it is, at least for now.
Looks to me that someone has been in there before. The "gasket" looks to be rtv or similar and seems like it was leaking.

Irk,
Checked out the forks with a straight edge, they seem to be good. They also have good movement in the sliders. Checked the sliders for cracks or signs that they took an impact and didn't see anything obvious.
Have you seen this kind of damage before? I had a thought... could it have been from the forks being misaligned in the triples?

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Cafe Racers / Re: 75 CB360 - bad omen "yatagarasu" build
« Last post by MiniatureNinja on Today at 01:04:41 »
None of those parts will work. You need a 10x1.25 (I think, haven't looked for a while)  Whats on the end of hose?  What I did with mine and Brendon's was remove the steel fitting (tap 6mm use bolt and washer to pull it out) Tap hole deeper and use banjo bolt with Harley brake washers. Here's link to pics, http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=11736.700   post 714  Also, what happens when timing isn't right, intake bolt is loose  and you ignore instructions not to rev it over 5k until fixed   http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=11736.650   Post 656. Found the pics I was really looking for  http://www.dotheton.com/forum/index.php?topic=11736.350 Post 361


regarding the catastrophic failure... the leaking intake could have caused lean condition and created even more heat + advanced timing making it even worse... were these not reconciled during carb syncing ?
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Other Projects / Re: Walnut service bench
« Last post by trek97 on Today at 01:03:36 »
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Cafe Racers / Re: AUXILIADORA 1981 HONDA CB750K BUILD
« Last post by PRIMEWORKS on Today at 00:26:36 »
Looking great - really like Auxiliadora written like that on the tank too

Thanks man!

So literally just ordered some new cables (push/pull, clutch, and choke cable). The push and pull cables I ordered says they'll fit cb750's from 1969 to 1976 and not an 81 however I can't imagine them not still working with my carbs as the the length will work and the fittings on the end are the same as far as I can see. Once they come in that's when I'll go back to working on the bike.



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Other Projects / Re: What did you build this week?
« Last post by Maritime on Jun 19, 2018, 22:21:24 »
Those are rad
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Enduro / Dirt / Scramblers / Re: Guernz's vintage mx
« Last post by guernz on Jun 19, 2018, 22:09:52 »


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Other Projects / Re: Walnut service bench
« Last post by spotty on Jun 19, 2018, 22:01:03 »
Q: how many screws does it take to hold a lesbian couples bed together?
A: none, itís all tongue and groove.

" TONGUE AND GROOVE " finest name ever for a lesbian porn mag.......( and yes it really exists )
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Cafe Racers / Re: KZ1000 Custom Project
« Last post by Streetfighterkz on Jun 19, 2018, 20:30:42 »
I agree. Either Zx636 or Zx10 pieces. Bike appears to have started out as a Police bike due to the welded on loops where the new shifter is located.

Later, Doug
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I like this Buffalo too!
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