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  1. mikeyvet

    CB360 Primary Main Jet Blues

    I've got a fistful of jets on the way to try, I think the pilots are OK as I can get a rev drop adjusting both lean and rich. I'll start with the primary mains and see how it goes, expect it will make the secondary mains too lean but I have a fistful of those jets coming too. I do love plug...
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    CB360 Primary Main Jet Blues

    I have a rebuilt 74 CB360 with stock air filters, stock carbs running stock 68 Primary mains and 100 secondary mains and stock headers going into aftermarket mufflers. The problem is the bike runs super rich at small throttle openings at 3500-5000 rpm, right where you ride around town, at a...
  3. mikeyvet

    1987 klr650 tracker

    It has been a couple of months since you posted this and I was wondering how you got on? I'm not far off starting another KLR650 project. The Crossed Purpose bike was mine, I used twin KLR600 radiators, they are basically the same as the KLR250 radiators. I used a KZ400 tank. If you use a...
  4. mikeyvet

    XS750 Cafe Racer

    Thanks for the reply. It never ceases to amaze me that a small drop like 25mm can make such a huge visual difference. I'm finding that now with my current project, a KLR650 (what the?) that I initially lowered 120mm all round, found it looked too long and low and raised it back up 10mm and it...
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    XS750 Cafe Racer

    I know this is an old thread so I hope you're still watching it. I just bought an old XS750 Special last week as my next project and found this terrific build thread. Just a quick question-I love the stance of this bike, did you lower the forks at all? I see that the rear shocks are 5mm shorter...
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