You, my good man, are correct.JustinLonghorn said:Absolutely righteous. Mark my words, it will be love at first ride.
Well thanks for stopping in.SquidHunter said:Here for the carb discussion
For real, unbelievable find.
I’ve been out of town. Just got back home. I’ll spend some time with the family tomorrow, and be back in the garage Sunday.trek97 said:Oh and sorry Brad Squidhunter. I have been a little busy and haven't kept up on your project.
Have you made any headway w your carbs?
Thanks Bro.SquidHunter said:I’ve been out of town. Just got back home. I’ll spend some time with the family tomorrow, and be back in the garage Sunday.
A friend of mine is building the same bike you have there. He’s working on a dirt bike carb set up, but I haven’t heard anything out of him.
They aren’t hard carbs to work on, there’s just 4 of them. The little parts add up quick.
WOW, thanks thats great info to know.pidjones said:One thing I've learned on the GoldWing carb nightmares - use only Honda float valves (they usually have built-in inlet screens, too). There are often niche suppliers for carbs (Randakk for old GoldWings and many old Hondas) that source Viton o-rings and special seals. A few dollars extra spent there are wise.