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  • Recent Forum Posts


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    Carb assembly stuck in engine manifold!

    fg1972 Today, 08:56 PM Go to last post


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    hvills Today, 06:07 AM Go to last post

    Thanks for the reply. I investigated a bit more with a large square and level. It’s only the subframe that slightly twisted. It shouldn’t be too hard

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    NatetheNoob Yesterday, 10:49 PM Go to last post

    There is absolutely no way to answer that, you are the only one that can. If you are not in line on the swingarm what you are considering doesn't even

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    amc49 Yesterday, 08:44 PM Go to last post

    Enough mileage the carb manifolds have cooked hard as rock to crack in pieces when you finally get carbs off. Not unusual.

    Carb assembly stuck in engine manifold!

    amc49 Yesterday, 08:34 PM Go to last post

    Hi all, new guy Rob here. Writing about my '92 Nighthawk 750. I am in the process of removing the carb assembly and it will not budge from the engine.

    Carb assembly stuck in engine manifold!

    bertness72 Yesterday, 08:31 PM Go to last post