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350 Talk / Re: 350 GTO oil & fuel lines
« Last post by BRT-GTR on Yesterday at 06:10:37 AM »
             Problem is, the fuel and oil lines have to go through the rubber carb caps or the triangular crankcase seal rubber. These have 7mm holes, so any tube bigger than 7/8mm OD won't go through. That limits your choice considerably, 5/16'' OD tube works fine.

    Correction - engage brain - meant to say 3/16 ID tube works fine.
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350 Talk / Re: 350 GTO oil & fuel lines
« Last post by Steve Swan on Yesterday at 01:03:01 AM »
i am noting folks are recommending Motion Pro Tygon fuel line.  i do not have any experience with the product, but the white lettering tends to turn me away, would like to have plain black; my GTR has a yellow line.  The tank has been coated with POR-15, looks like a well done job, so i am not concerned about debris in tank.  Does anyone have experience with this product - https://www.ebay.com/itm/Tusk-Rubber-Fuel-Line-1-4-x-3-Black-Motorcycle-ATV-Dirt-Bike-UTV-SXS-Enduro/172476066271?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649

or are there any plain black lines you all recommend?
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175 & 200 Talk / Re: BS MII-RS Barn Find
« Last post by paul on July 14, 2018, 10:18:08 PM »
Great oppurtunity. Plenty of help on this web site .
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General Discussion / Re: Vintage Bridgestone Photos
« Last post by paul on July 14, 2018, 05:40:33 PM »
Gary Wells,  a cycle jumper in the early 1970s, raced a BS , before he challenged Evel Knievel as a cycle jumper. I 'll look for the photos.
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General Discussion / Re: calling moonpup!
« Last post by Steve Swan on July 14, 2018, 01:09:55 PM »
Do you still have wiring harness kits available?  thanks in advance, steve swan

Hi Steve,  yes I do.... just sent you a p.m.

Got it!  Thanks Mike !
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350 Talk / Re: Left hand brake pedal setup
« Last post by Steve Swan on July 14, 2018, 12:05:27 PM »
i am interested in swapping shifter/brake sides.  i picked up a nos RH shift pedal, and wondering the best way to locate the LH brake pedal, and i am suspecting the cable is also required for the swap...?  Riding the "6 down" is confusing to me, as my modern Guzzi's are the conventional 1 down/4 up and of course then my Interceptor shifts on the RH with 1 up/3 down, so between the 3 shift patterns, it seems the one that makes me have to consciously think about shifting is going back and forth between the Guzzi's and the GTR.  I find i don't have to think about shifting when i am on the Interceptor, so if i could convert the GTR to a RH shift, i think it would help as the GTR and Interceptor are two such different worlds.  if anyone has a LH brake pedal and cable available, i would appreciate hearing from you or where i can source these parts would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance, steve
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Members: Introduce yourself / Re: New Member from Fort Collins, Colorado
« Last post by Steve Swan on July 14, 2018, 11:45:48 AM »
              The flat aluminium sealing (that's a misnomer ;D) washers on the oil pump and check valve banjos were fine when new and annealed but are now notorious for leaking. Replace them with new or better still 'Dowty' type washers that have a built in rubber seal.
        Glad you are enjoying riding your GTR, nice to read an independent review. We're all biased on this site, welcome to the club.

Brian, Thank you for your reply.  Who is a good source where i can purchase Dowty washers?
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Members: Introduce yourself / Re: New Member from Fort Collins, Colorado
« Last post by BRT-GTR on July 14, 2018, 11:43:32 AM »
              The flat aluminium sealing (that's a misnomer ;D) washers on the oil pump and check valve banjos were fine when new and annealed but are now notorious for leaking. Replace them with new or better still 'Dowty' type washers that have a built in rubber seal.
        Glad you are enjoying riding your GTR, nice to read an independent review. We're all biased on this site, welcome to the club.
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General Discussion / Re: calling moonpup!
« Last post by moonpup on July 14, 2018, 11:22:31 AM »
Do you still have wiring harness kits available?  thanks in advance, steve swan

Hi Steve,  yes I do.... just sent you a p.m.
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General Discussion / Re: calling moonpup!
« Last post by Steve Swan on July 14, 2018, 11:14:23 AM »
Do you still have wiring harness kits available?  thanks in advance, steve swan
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