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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-28-2019, 08:57 AM
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Nice looking bike!

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She's alive and running 😉 it was the carbs in the end one jet was blocked.
Good job - the most common problem with 660s is jets that are plugged with dried residue from evaporating fuel because, with dual carbs for just one cylinder, the jet passages are so small!

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Nice looking bike!
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She's alive and running 😉 it was the carbs in the end one jet was blocked.
Good job - the most common problem with 660s is jets that are plugged with dried residue from evaporating fuel because, with dual carbs for just one cylinder, the jet passages are so small!
Thanks. I'm so glad it's running now.
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Right I'm missing a speedometer but it looks like I've got the wiring all there and it looks like the speedometer slides onto it. I've had a little look online and I believe I'm missing the vapour LCD screen. Has anyone got one for sale??
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Hi Wales,the vapour is about £80-£100 new,get whole kit in case you have any dodgy wiring eg:speedo sensor as our weather gets inside at wheel end of sensor. Irecomend getting a NEW vapour as second hand ones won't last long if at all.are ya still thinking of selling? if so any idea how much ya want?
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