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She lives!
She rides!

Put about 50 miles on her yesterday.

Then my headlight burnt out.

New mod completed
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Had an idea on exhaust. I'm a do-it-yourself kind of guy. I'll work with what ever supplies/items I got. So.....

I took one of the stock mufflers. Cut it down to 12" so now it's a megaphone style tip pretty much. I will make a 2-1 collector, weld it up.

Using the original tab for the muffler to mount. Should work pretty good IMO

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We should get a ride together of some vintage bikes. I should be getting mine back from cafe racer here soon.
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We should get a ride together of some vintage bikes. I should be getting mine back from cafe racer here soon.
For sure. I need to do another re-jet. I can go one more up and should be set on the Main, didn't change my Pilot yet, but got 1 more up on that to throw in.

After that it should run great. Ride-able now just a tad lean.

Hopefully it will go farther than last year. Didn't try to hard then to get people togetjer
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For sure. I need to do another re-jet. I can go one more up and should be set on the Main, didn't change my Pilot yet, but got 1 more up on that to throw in.

After that it should run great. Ride-able now just a tad lean.

Hopefully it will go farther than last year. Didn't try to hard then to get people togetjer
Do you know a lot of guys with Vintage bikes? I could try and contact some of the old 2 stroke guys.
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Looking good man, I want a cafe so bad.
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Thanks. Appreciate the kind words.

While waiting on my jets I started cleaning and re-polishing some tid bits.

First round of sanding and polishing. Several more steps to go possibly. Still need to sand/wet sand to get the fine scratches out









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Looking good. Did that make your exhaust alot louder cutting the pipes like that?
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Yeah how loud is that without any baffles? I wanted baffles for my bike bad, mine was too damn loud
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Looking good. Did that make your exhaust alot louder cutting the pipes like that?
Not sure yet. I have yet to run it with the tips added to the pipes. I'll let you guys know the sound with a video when I get it running again.


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I go back and forth on it. Days I enjoy it and days I wish it was stock. For grins I make-shift clamped the stock mufflers on before I hacked them and it was quuuuuuuuite.
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I wish I could bring myself to finish this. But I could really care less
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Get it done and we should get a ride going.
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I know. I need motivation and time.

Spending 30 minutes or a little more, cannot get much accomplished. I have a bag full of jets from Z1 Enterprise. This weekend I'll be able to re-jet in my sleep.

I started out not going to be picky. But now I am finding myself trying to get the best out of the CV 36's
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I know. I need motivation and time.

Spending 30 minutes or a little more, cannot get much accomplished. I have a bag full of jets from Z1 Enterprise. This weekend I'll be able to re-jet in my sleep.

I started out not going to be picky. But now I am finding myself trying to get the best out of the CV 36's
How are the plugs looking? Post some pics of one of the plug chops you have done. It can't be that much different than stock maybe 1 or 2 sizes bigger on the main jet?

BTW CV carbs suck.
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Plug chop? Not following...

Got it back together Sunday, while installing the tank and my fuel line with in-line filter. Guess I arranged or moved the line just the right way and the nipple broke off the filter in the hose.

I'll pick one up today or tomorrow.
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A plug chop is done to see if your jetting is correct of it you are running lean or rich.

http://www.kawtriple.com/mraxl/carb/plugchop.htm

Its a way of "tuning"
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Its Looking good man. makes me wanna get my 550 done. have you thought about building a rear cowl section to cover the rear portion of the seat? it could act as a "no hoe" but still give that vintage cafe look. just a thought. Looks good the way it sits though.

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http://www.kawtriple.com/mraxl/carb/plugchop.htm

Its a way of "tuning"
Good to know. Never seen that method before. Once I get it running long enough and get some seat time I'll try it.


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Thanks. For what I put into a free bike and on a married man's budget. I got the look I was going for. I do plan on either getting a 70's KZ400 rear cowl or finishing my super slim seat. Either way it's still decent to look at and a blast to ride.

I may end up selling this and getting a different platform to work off of. Not sure yet.
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Thanks. For what I put into a free bike and on a married man's budget. I got the look I was going for. I do plan on either getting a 70's KZ400 rear cowl or finishing my super slim seat. Either way it's still decent to look at and a blast to ride.

I may end up selling this and getting a different platform to work off of. Not sure yet.

Nah, don't sell it, stick with the kz.... There's too many damn XS's around this town, it's good to have something different. If I ever get rid of mine, it will be to step up to a bigger Kaw, like a 900 or 1000
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It would be another KZ in a form of a 650-1100. Or shoot, I may just pick one up anyway. Plan is to get one of those and throw on some GSXR or R1 forks on it.

I really dig a seat like this

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That looks really good. and honestly, I've wanted to do the exact same thing with my next bike. Ninjas front forks, brakes and wheels on the front, and a ninjas swingarm out back with its wheel and tire.... they look pretty cool.
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If you don't know already. There is a little shop or should I just say a guy who will do all the machine work, what ever it takes to adapt a modern front fork system on an older vintage jap bike.

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I have thought about doing a modern front and and swingarm swap on the RZ, but the bike does more than I can handle right now.
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This bike is BA. I like these kind of bikes where its an older bike at heart, but they have updated look to them. I also like the vintage bike look.

http://www.dreamgate.ne.jp/nsr/pics/wyn.html
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