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Stock OEM Mufflers for G5, Convert, 850T3
Wish granted, top of the page here: http://www.motostoricheitaliane.com/EN/guzzi-1.html
I guess I should have said "CHEAP Stock OEM Mufflers for G5, Convert, 850T3" There goes one of my wishes. ;)(Thanks for linking!)
1.1 kg return springs for VHB carbs.
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looks pretty straight forward. Can you pm me some dimensions and tolerances?
If you should want to part with a set sometime before I mount the PHF 30's I'll put you in my will and on my Christmas card list. You'd even get an invitation to my daughter's wedding in September at Heron Hill winery. They also made .8 kg springs but I have read that the 1.1 kg variety is the lightest they should be.
The springs Cam has are for Dellorto VHBs, so if you're using PHFs they won't work. Guzzino has three different weight of PHF springs: http://guzzino.com/thspphfphm30.html
how about the plastic sleeves that go between the 30mm VHB carbs and the manifolds on 850Ts, T3s, SPs, Converts, etc...
I've machined some out of Delrin for a customer, but it was time consuming for an amateur machinist like me with an old worn out lathe.
better we learn to 3-D print them...
Anyone have a photo?Edit: I found a thread on it: http://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=70199.0 What does this part actually do? Does it take much load, or is it just a spacer? If I can get the dimensions, I can 3-D print them.
It sounds like the best way to have a chance of good printed parts is to get a carburetor body, plastic spacer, and "manifold" in hand. Then I can try the fit of the printed parts and make slight adjustments until they fit correctly. I'll get it done if someone is able to loan me the parts, which I'll return promptly.
I have all the parts (one good sleeve, manifold, 30mm VHB), but it is cold and my garage is snowed in, and I'm not in the mood right now to go out there and find the parts to make this happen. PM me in a few weeks with your address... FWIW, there is an oring groove on the OEM sleeve that AFAIC is totally useless. These things couldn't leak air if you wanted them to.
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