GSXR bike carbs

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  1. glitchinq

    glitchinq Member

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    i have acquired a set of 600r bike carbs(i know they are small) but i am still interested in getting them setup on my truck because of how unique it would be. i just would like to hear some of your thoughts and suggestions as i continue my project.
     
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    This is beyond anything I have knowledge of - but my immediate thought is "what are you going to do about an intake?" Assuming you'll be using all 4 carbs.
     
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    My question is: "How good are your fabrication skills?"
     
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    good enough. i am starting to fab up a intake now

    i am making a custom intake
     
  5. Sk1dmark

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    Honestly, tuning will be an unknown territory, and I have no idea if there's flow testing that's been done on the carbs. But as long as they flow enough (I'd honestly think they do, but I'm not sure), you should be fine with some tuning.
     
  6. glitchinq

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    carbs will flow pretty damn well compared to a weber so im not going to have any issues. i have a manifold made and im testing the carbs on my truck today
     
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    Pics please.
     
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    Going to tease us all like that and no pics?
     
  9. glitchinq

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    ill get some pictures of the carbs. my manifold isnt done yet since i got lazy and wanted to go home
     
  10. chrlsful

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    I assume they're side draft, there could B simple tubes w/flange & bolt holes. Just wonder how the cyl sz
    bike relates to the cyl sz on Toy. If pretty equal no problem. 4 me the linkage would B the prob.

    Some have taken 6 Mikuki's to the vehicle in my sig (straight 6/4.1L) for good to excellent effect.
     
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    I assume they're vacuum carbs like Honda used when the 750's came out!
    I ran a bike service department & wrenched for 9 years right out of high school , & I was racing motorcycles at the time . We fitted a single carb from the 750 to a 400cc Husky, & it worked great,wheel spin was the only problem!!
     
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    "...4 me the linkage would B the prob…."
    Have U found a bike w/4 cyl U could rob the linkages frm? an Offie linkage? or something frm Lockar?
     

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