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Thanks Charlie. I'd be interested if you have a decent spare float. They're 10gr.
Leave it like that I'd say. From the photos it looked like your seat had a gap, is that still not enough space to clear? Is the tank coated in any way, or would it need polished to maintain it like that?Maybe you can bring the green you mentioned into that somehow. JoeW has an 850T thread with a similar tank (may be the same?). His turned out nicely, so I'm sure yours will be next!
Here's how she looks as of today:I decided against painting the tank (actually painted a corresponding stripe then stripped it off). The tank is too beautiful in its polished aluminum brilliance.A lot else has happened. I installed new FAC dampers and progressive springs in the front suspension. I painted the lower forks, as you can see. I've delinked the brakes, using a 15.8m kawasaki master cylinder to drive the front calipers. I will use the same rear caliper, or at least try to. I am waiting for more brake line to get the rear operational.I found a Lemans mk 2 rear fender and seat, which you can see attached to the bike. The seat is a bit worn. I am looking to replace or restore it eventually--there is no rush here for me.I wired the bike and wrapped the harness. All that is left for electrics is to wire (and fabricate entirely) the dashboard and front turn signals.
Nice job with the instrument cluster. I do like those gauges, will definitely consider them in the future.
What size were the main jets before putting the 142 in? Curious what you end up doing to gain a little power. Did it have more power before upping the jets?
Have you played around with the low-end needle adjustment? Screw it in all the way, then back it our a few turns as a starting point. Screwing it out is to richen, screw in to lean it.This one:
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