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Author Topic: saving a 1980 KZ750 twin  (Read 46025 times)

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Re: saving a 1980 KZ750 twin
« Reply #370 on: Jul 30, 2017, 22:08:19 »
Sound great

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Re: saving a 1980 KZ750 twin
« Reply #371 on: Jan 08, 2018, 18:04:56 »
I decided to scrap the custom foot-pegs I was working on and modify the stock brackets to use Tarozzi pegs, I also turned some aluminum spacers so they are solid mounted now. all that remains is wiring, fuel plumbing, and a license plate holder. gettin close!
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Re: saving a 1980 KZ750 twin
« Reply #372 on: Jan 08, 2018, 23:12:05 »
Glad to see you back on this one too.
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Re: saving a 1980 KZ750 twin
« Reply #373 on: Jan 09, 2018, 05:52:02 »
forgot to some add these pics of the new shifter. I went a little overboard on the speed holes with the stock shifter so I made a new one out of thin wall steel tube, and TIG brazed the fittings on. It threads into an aluminum Tarozzi splined clamp.
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