Hello everyone. My name is Dave, and just bought a 1982 GPz750. This is my first bike and pretty excited about it. I've built and worked on cars for years so I know motors.
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I bought this bike off a buddy and it sat in storage for many years then. It ran ok before it got closed up.
Now I've got it, and trying to get it up and running. I can get her idle, but revving kills it, and starts are hard most of the times.
Needs starter fluid when doing it. I've cleaned the carbs, have a rebuild kit coming in, and 1 leaks (left side) Looking it over and looking online, I'm wondering what he did with some of the vac lines and stuff. Firstly, the petcock is nearly nonexistent. There is no switch on it. No clue what position it's in, or if it even has a position.
When fuel is in the tank, it does flow out, so I assume it's set to on. But why is the switch taken out? Secondly, there is no vac line gong to the petcock. Probably has to do with it basically being disabled anyways.
Where is the nipple on the right side of the fuel tank supposed to go? download free Elementary Probability Theory Chung Solution Manual. The 2 middle carbs have vac lines coming off of them but are plugged. The outside 2 are Teed together to the fuel. The carbs have filters on each one, so no stock airbox. There is a big vac hose coming from the motor going back right above the carbs. Should I leave that open? There is a spot right below the carbs, I think it's on the trans that has a spot for a vac line it looks like.
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