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Jorgan

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Hey y'all, recently received a 1979 750 K. All original 934 miles. Been sitting in a garage it's whole life. Missing side covered though
 

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DYNO RYNO

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Thanks for the great pics I am try get one back on the road jus like that one but candy brown mine is a 20k mile plus basket case some kids owned it that had no business with a screw driver n there hand so every thing I go and do is either worn out haft assed or totally missing but I am making progress
 

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Thank you for the welcome here. I got it to idle yesterday by running a temp fuel line to it, Sounds great. I was told the carbs were rebuilt . I think they need to be taken off and gone through and cleaned. He was telling me something to the effect that he couldn't figure out the jetting. So ill dive into that later on. The only thing I see that it really need right now is a front master cylinder and side covers and an extensive tank cleaning. I will keep yall informed when I get to this jewel. I have an Aermacchi to finish first.
 
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