The bike needs some carburetor work. I bought this bike from my buddy this last winter, e no longer had time to ride with his wife and kids and it had sat for about a year ran great when he parked it. When I got it it did not want to start from the gas that had varnished in the carbs so I pulled them apart.
If you know about these bike and the Slingshot carbs you know about the tendency of the slide-guides to wear out which in turn takes out the slides, eedles and emulsion tubes. The guides are next to impossible to find, ut I was able to source all the parts for the carbs including the slides, uides, ull rebuild kits, mulsion tubes, actory Pro Jet Kit etc. The tank is spotless inside. I never got the bike to run right after that. I played around with the jetting and the bike would run well at high idle but not low or vice-versa.
I even pulled the head and cylinder at one point to make sure everything was OK in there, nd I did find that the head was cracked by the spark plug hole on one cylinder common failure on these. I got a new used head for it and lapped the valves and put in new seals. I pulled the cylinder at that time, nd the cylinders look perfect still show all the cross-hatching and ring end gaps were all right. The Factory Pro Jet kit comes with and main jets and stock is 's. I put in some 's now and it's even worse now, he bike doesn't want to start.
I should have known because with 's it would run well with a towel over the air cleaners indicating it's lean but I just wanted to go back towards stock for a baseline. The bike has a very nice paint job on it, t is quality and is a stock paint job. The seats are re-covered as well and the bike just looks beautiful. There is some rash on the pipe and footpeg, t looks like the bike went down at some point but it was before the paint and fairings were done.
Paint has a chip on the tail section and some minor flaws here and there but really is a nice, ell done paint job. I'm just done dealing with this bike and I have no desire to work on it or to ride it, got a jet-ski for the summer and would just love to get this bike out of my garage.
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Home Forum Technical Forums Electrical need a new stator and rectifier. Index of Forums Recent Topics Search. Welcome, Guest. Username: Password: Remember me. Forgot your password? Forgot your username? Create an account. I've seen these flatslides on KZ's before, but I held a set up to a motor in the shop where I used to work, and the spacing is off between the runners and the carbs. What do I need to get these on my bike? Offset intake boots? From what bike?
Custom boots? From where? Just looking for someone that has done it to point me in the right direction. Don't have any experience with those carbs but some of the flatslides are mounted on a bar so that the carb bodies can be loosened up and the spacing adjusted to fit different motors. Have you checked that option yet? Otherwise, those other carbs may have been another model of carbs. I know there are some that do fit but not sure if all models do or can be made to fit!
I rec. Get yourself a set of brand new boots that are the right size. New so that the rubber is still nice and soft. If i remember right, they are just a tad off on spacing and they can be squeezed on if you put a little muscle into it. They don't have and slots for the carbs to slide on the rack. The difference between the carbs and ports is about half the diameter of the boot on 1 and 4, with only minor issues on 2 and 3.
Hello, i would like to ask you and everyone: could you installed the GSXR carburetor? What bike intake manifolds fitting? Last edit: by mark Powered by Kunena Forum. Page: 1.
Thanks '76 KZZ1 clone Z1 70's period longbike. G [img] KZA1.By UitenhageJune 25, in Oil Cooled. The bike was a Japanese import around a decade ago but it seems it had a hard life here. I bought it as a complete bike with a broken engine.
The bike is almost finish, only requiring its carbs and body work with a few other small items. I decided not to use the 38mm standard carbs for this model but to convert it to the 36mm slingshot carbs, based on the advise from this forum. I have converted all the different parts to make it work, but now I need some advise guys to complete this conversion. I was hoping that a set of slingshot dot head carb inlet rubbers will work, but they do not match the 'L' inlet rubbers. What model inlet carb rubber will match the GSXR 'L' model port shape, and fit the 36mm slingshot carb?
Is there someone that has done this conversion, and what rubbers did they use? Just wondered why not stick with the stock 38mm? I've got a L with 20k miles on the clock and its fairly stock apart from a straight through race can and the fueling is fairly good. There a bit fluffy below 3k rpm but they all do that.
Agree with colinworth I would be tempted to avoid fixing something which ain't broke. Thank you guys for the responses, I appreciate it. I forgot about the US California spec 'L' using the 36mm carbs, thanks you colinworth You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
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Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. Oil Cooled Search In. Reply to this topic Start new topic.Looking like a Suzuki Endurance racer, it can be considered to be the first affordable, modern racer-replica suitable for road use. It was introduced at the Cologne Motorcycle Show in October The air and oil cooled models can be divided into the first generation and second generation, colloquially referred to as 'slabbies' and 'slingshots' respectively.
The models featured very flat bodies compared to modern sport-bikes, hence the term 'slab-sided'. The USA models are sometimes referred to as slingshots because the carburetors introduced in were marketed as slingshot carburetors slingshot describes the cross section of the semi-flat slide carbs.
To save weight, the designers specified an air-and-oil-cooled engine, rather than a water-cooled engine. The seat has separate front and rear sections but from onwards all models have a one-piece seat. Apart from a modified belly pan and upgraded headlamps there is very little difference between the and models. Racing homologation Limited Edition model, limited production. Including a dry clutch system, steel tank, solo seat rear section bodywork and Limited Edition graphics, as well as the GSX-R 's adjustable anti-dive forks.
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GSXR rims large discs and calipers. The fuel tank capacity was increased to 21 litres. First major revision. New chassis design, engine revisions and body work. Internal engine dimensions changed to accommodate the new bore and stroke. This engine used larger valves and carburetors than previous years. A four spring clutch was used on the short stroke motor.
New styling, and twin black silencers. Slingshot graphic first appeared on the bodywork. The second generation model was heavier than the first but had a stiffer frame and more power.I hate you all. Bastards, bastards, bastards! The GSX-R's got a choosy, fussy motor that 'll kick out 10 more bhp with one mod and lose 10bhp with another. Most guilty are the carburettors, from the 29mm flatslides it started life with to the gargantuan 38mm jobs it uses today.
Whip off the airbox or stick an exhaust on by itslef and you'll muck everything up It's all different on each of the models, so read the section which applies to you and act on it. Company: PDQ Developments. In fact, check that the engine is basically sound on these older models before doing any tuning. They're 36mm and the best GSX-R carbs ever made. You have to go to Stage 3 with the bigger carbs anyway because the venturis are too big for the old airbox.
You want a system, and Micron still does a fitment. Hindle also does a full system which works very well, but it's mild steel so needs to be looked after. You could even try retro-fitting the original exhaust system from a L with a slip-on can and that should work well when set up properly. All of the GSX-Rs need dyno time to make them work well. You can just bolt stuff on, but it'll never give the best results.
All GSX-Rs eat coils, so on early ones they definitely need checking or replacing. It's also the only bike ever made that needed an ignition advancer. The steering bearings are identical on all models, so there's no reason why you shouldn't stick in upside-downers if you like.
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A 17mm master cylinder Exup for the brakes will transform the standard brakes and use SBS-RQ pads for maximum breaking. Keep the airbox: it's the air filter that's the problem. This will flow more air and is fully washable. Use it in conjunction with a stage 1 Dynojet kit for the carbies. If your header pipes are in good order, there's no reason why you can't stick on a pair of carbon cans to the standard exhaust.
The look good, cost loads and will take a bit of setting up on the dyno, so you're probably better go for a Skorpion or Sebring system.
The Sebrings are good middle-range exhausts which don't mess up the power curve. I'd stick a Barnett kevlar clutch in there if the standard clutch is getting tired. Some of the mega-tuned GSX-Rs have bigger head coolers than the main radiator. Good synthetic oil is a must - Motul or Gemini. The Js and Ks were top handlers - get Ron Williams at Maxton to advise on the suspension if it's getting tired.
They've got fucking huge carburettors - too big and incredibly sensitive. Give it serious thought if you're thinking of removing the airbox, because getting rid of therpm flatspot can be very difficult indeed. Go for a Stage 1 Dynojet kit.
Slide speed is all important in these later carbs, but go with the smallest holes in the slides. If you drill them out to their biggest, it makes the flatspot even worse.
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