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  1. fairly certain i do now! was unsure to begin with but happy now
  2. probably the most help im gonna get with this! nervous to do it, probably gonna break it, but you dont learn if you dont try i guess. in two minds as to wether to send them off to be professionally done but its more money.... parts are expensive enough!!!
  3. so leave the sliders and bars in place you reckon?
  4. so its really not a job for a novice?
  5. 34mm. so im guessing they are bs34.... and ive made a rookie error
  6. hey guys so i got these carbs with the 83 gsx750 but im looking around online for rebuild kits and things just dont look right. so. i believe they should be mikuni bs32ss carbs... they have a 38mm diameter on the inlet side pics inlcuded below im hoping someone kind soul is able to help me pic quality isnt great im sorry. further to that note, can anyone recommend a good place to get a good rebuild kit, and maybe a good guide to do it? ive never dont carbs before but i wont learn if i dont try!!!
  7. Rhubarb

    wheel swap

    Anything is achievable with will and ingenuity. As said theres loads of info on here just gotta go for a browse. And as for not Oss standard practice.... Look my project up. Entirely Suzuki, well maybe not the rear wheel... But otherwise defective of everything else expected Welcome dude
  8. Are you confident the wires are going to the correct places? If your getting light with a direct feed then I would suggest one of those cables is in the wrong place or your earth is not good. Failing that if it's original wiring cables coukd have corroded
  9. Chaps Are there any bigger wheels that work as a direct replacement to the standard 16" on an 83 es or would I breaching caliper to disc sizing... Need to put something bigger on the front, an 18 would be great but have a feeling I may need to change fork setup to achieve this. Feeling very noob right now so look forward to some advice
  10. If you sell the vm29 carbs I'd be interested my man
  11. Caustic soda doesn't work so well anymore I tried this with my wheels very recently and whilst it softens the paint a little and removes miniscule amounts it didn't actually work.
  12. Drill some holes in existing yokes and fit risers dude job done
  13. Quick one Yokes seem to fit fine, steering stem too, top bearing seems solid but bottom bearing has play, compete 360 movement Is it easier to fit a gs set of yokes or am I missing a trick here..... Gs1000 is 1979 and gsx750 is 1983 Thanks
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