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Do tell. :)
As your in UK what about Fowlers Parts, Crooks Suzuki or even the Suzuki Heritage parts.
You need some blue heatshrink over that red water hose now.
Your not alone there. :thumb_ups:
Says Sunshine Coast (QLD) on his profile.
What compressions do you have in the cylinders. If front cylinder wont pull the fuel in it may need the valves resetting or new rings.
A good thing, light, reliable and fairly swift if ridden well. Uses the Honda XL/XR RFVC dry sump engine so parts no problem. The seat and fairing...
Might make him more competitive (with us) at the drags. :lolsign:
Don't drill a hole in the beam just put a strap over it under the sheeting.
Years go I lifted a 2LT Pinto motor from a Cortina using the frame of my kids swing set and an endless chain. It groaned a bit but held ok.
We've all done that (more than once). :lolsign:
They are both MC-14 engines, so what things being different are you worried about?
Are you running 19 or 22 carbs (19's used a fuel pump)...
I've been keeping an eye on these ones....
Very nicely done Gary, now go and enjoy it. :thumb_ups:
Very interesting, good find. So his conclusion works about about the same plenum volume as the standard airbox, even with the forced induction.
Looking at pictures I would guess at 16mm for the main frame holding the instruments/fairing and 12mm for the top screen.
I bought MC-14/17 bits off him for reasonable price and postage.
What prices? What happened to the wheels and engine?
The disc will be fine if you give the surface a good clean up. The rest needs a full overhaul before riding again.