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Paulm

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  1. The fuel taps are in different places on the tanks,this is a potential problem depending on what motor,carbs and tank you use
  2. No worries pal,was good to catch up
  3. I had CBR600 rearsets on my 89 slingy,cant remember which model though,just needed the mount holes on the rearsets drilling larger if I remember correctly.
  4. GS1000 it is then mate,you wont regret going down the turbo route.
  5. Might have been a good idea to introduce yourself first...............
  6. Mk2 carbs are a bit different to Mk1 carbs, supposedly a bit harder to get right,I’d start around a 150ish main jet as already suggested.
  7. You can fit Mk1 carbs and rubbers on a Mk2 so presumably the reverse is ok.Which in turn works for a lot of the other oil cooled motors.
  8. Yes Mk2 1200 Blandits have different carbs and rubbers to Mk11200’s.
  9. Got YSS shocks on my 1100ET,good enough for me,good quality and price as well.
  10. Not very helpful I know but I have some
  11. Calipers on 1200 are just much better, same as used on GSXRs,RF etc, front end will go in with either a stem swap or a spacer at the bottom of the bandit stem, the bandit stem is too long as standard.Also the 1200 arm will go in easily with a couple of spacers on the pivot and either monoshock the GS frame or buy/make and weld shock mounts for it. Grumpy1260 sell weld on shock mounts,got some myself for my GS project.
  12. Better brakes on 1200, also 43mm forks against 41mm forks on the 600.
  13. Paulm

    Gia 1216

    Headlight looks like a RedSix one to me
  14. Put a jubilee clip around it and go round it with a sharp knife.
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