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Cafe Racers / Re: 1973 - The Commando
« Last post by canyoncarver on Today at 00:27:10 »
I had about that much room on my tw200 after the mikuni clone swap, and this did the trick for me. Not sure of the thread pitch on your carb, but it may do the trick if its the same.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Mikuni-Carburetor-Angled-Carb-Top-Cable-Elbow-Adjuster-I-M22-10-3/171973600424?epid=1037064532&hash=item280a6ce4a8:g:XzUAAOSwXMxcGXCP:sc:USPSFirstClass!43302!US!-1:rk:1:pf:1


Thanks.  I have one of these on order now, at 10$ it's definitely worth a shot.  It's a Mikuni TM that Dad got new from Sudco in 2009 but never got around to installing.
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Cafe Racers / Re: 1973 - The Commando
« Last post by canyoncarver on Today at 00:19:59 »
You could also try Flanders Cables for a suitable elbow.

I had never heard of them before:  http://www.flanderscables.com/

Thanks Teazer.


I've always associated that name with handle bars.   Flanders handle bar catalogs have been around.
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Cafe Racers / Re: 1973 - The Commando
« Last post by irk miller on Jan 21, 2019, 23:48:16 »
Ha Irk you suggested flanders too a couple of canadians that have to pay 35% more of our money for things in usd. So they get pricey.
I was kidding.
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Cafe Racers / Re: 1973 - The Commando
« Last post by Maritime on Jan 21, 2019, 23:16:32 »
Ha Irk you suggested flanders too a couple of canadians that have to pay 35% more of our money for things in usd. So they get pricey.
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The six pin connector will probably be one of these two:

http://www.vintageconnections.com/Products/Detail/63

http://www.vintageconnections.com/Products/Detail/82

I just posted that. Ha!

So is it OK to jam two wires into one slot? Theory being, as I mentioned the stock setup has 1 blue wire and 1 red wire and 1 yellow and black wire going into the 6 pin as seen below.

Since Im putting on a ZX6E light which has TWO bulbs, the number of wires coming out of the brakelight is six. However these 6 wires need to be jammed into the 6 pin connectors in twos:  2 blue wires into one slot, 2 red wires into one slot and two yellow and black wires into one slot.

Is this OK to do?

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BUYING / Re: WTB KZ750B rear wheel
« Last post by Nebr_Rex on Jan 21, 2019, 22:49:14 »
What ever is useable. I can work with it either way.


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BUYING / Re: WTB KZ750B rear wheel
« Last post by MarcW on Jan 21, 2019, 22:34:41 »
I may have one from a 82 kz750 twin, Iíll have to double check the spoke count and size. Do you need the wheel assembly or just the outer rim?


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Yup. Sure do.

http://www.vintageconnections.com/Products/Detail/74

No no no. You misunderstood.

The 2001ZX6E light has a 3 pin connector.
My KZ650 does NOT. It has a 6 pin connector.
I need to take the 3 pin connector OFF of the  ZX6E light that is going ON my KZ650, and switch that connector to a 6 pin so it mates with the 6 pin connector on the KZ650

AND I was asking if I can double up the wires going into 3 of the 6 slots on the connector. I tried to explain that as best I could in the original post. It was weird to explain.

Actually, I think these are the ones I need:  http://www.vintageconnections.com/Products/Detail/68
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SELLING / Re: CB500/550/750 sohc Dynatek Dyna S Ignition
« Last post by MarcW on Jan 21, 2019, 22:30:39 »
Bump, $60 shipped in the USA, $10 more to Canada. Thanks!!


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