Nice set of bikes there
Is that finishing school or "Finishing school"?Do you live in the Hamptons?
hey man, i came to check out your bike after you commented on my thread. i love it! the mono carb setup is a cool idea, i've never seen that done on a twin. how's it working for you? also, that new seat looks SO much better, it really gives the bike a nice look. keep updating, i'm excited to see what happens, especially with paint!
Thanks man, the single carb is so much simpler, there is a kawi twin owners forum where I got the idea from and alot of guys run them. My carb is old and the slide likes to stick a little so I'll be replacing it probably with either a vm or tm mikuni before to long. got some work to finish on my car before I get back on the bike though.
i may have to give the single carb a try someday! also, i was at my parent's today messing around in the garage and i took a look at those forks for you. they look to be in good shape, but i forgot to take a camera, so i'll have to get pics of them later this weekend for you.
alrighty, snapped a bunch of pics for ya. the only marks on the fork tubes were left by the yokes and are easily removable. i was able to scratch through them with my thumbnail, so they are not permanent. other than that, the only problems are a single crack in each of the dust covers, and there are caps for the tops of the tubes and one is missing. lastly, i know i have the triples somewhere, i just wasn't able to find them tonight. i didn't go crazy looking since i wasn't sure if you needed them or not, but if you do, i'm sure i can find them. ok, on to the pics. enjoy!
no rush at all, they've just been sitting in my parents garage attic ever since i put the usd's on my kz. and there they will sit until you're ready, haha.
what are you running for jets? i am currently working out some single carb bugs myself.awesome fix btw on the pushrod seal. just spent 25 bucks finding that thing for mine.