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Re: 79 Kawasaki KZ650 - Fuse Box Kit & LED Flasher Relay
Master cylinder is off eBay one of the Chinese ones. Throttle assembly is a motionpro one I found on ebay and then I found the throttle cables through z1enterprises as they have shorter assemblies depending on how short you need them...
Thanks, it would have required serious fabrication to make the lines decent if I didn't go with what I did. Definitely one of the more comfortable customs I have ridden. Should be nice for long road trips.
Well got her running and drug out of the basement w/ 4 people and some come-alongs and still was a little sketchy at that. Still running a bit lean but pretty close and will need a new valve cover gasket as it dripping pretty good if I run it for very long. Will post a video once I get the oil...
May not need to get the dynojet kit and just buy the correct main and pilot jets and adjust the needles as necessary.
Also check this website as a good guide for adjustments based on what you did http://www.motorcyclecarbs.com/Motorcycle_Carburetor_Jetting__W7.cfm
Could be fuel line - starving...
More progress finally got the parts back from the powdercoater. Can't find the pin for shaft so new one on the way, so hopefully be able to see how the bike will actually sit but pleased with the overall look.
Can't seem to find the perfect spot the battery, let me know your thoughts. I have...
More progress on bike, been doing little misc. painting and figuring out where electronics are going to go, due to how far out the powdercoater is currently.
Current gauge setup, will know once I get everything hooked up whether the aftermarket gauges will work with existing electronic pickups...
More progress on bike, welded loop on and welds cleaned up.
Engine cleaned up and painted, still need to shine up covers
Seat pan built and bent
Indicator panel built
New 12 Cell battery, still brainstorming on how to attach to engine
More progress pics, I have figured out rear sets. Took a shoot in the dark by buying some r6 rear sets for cheap off Ebay.
A piece of flat plate (will shape to match existing) and an extra bolt. Almost fits perfectly, even existing bolts from R6 rearsets thread into existing threaded hole...
More progress on the bike did leak down test and all cylinders less than 10% (cold) that is really good. Here are some progress photos.
Frame prepped for hoop
Parts are slowly coming in, experimenting with indicator panel, and metal for seat pan & battery box