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ZG1300 project 2 months 2 weeks ago #21343

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I POR kitted my 82 Honda tank about 19 years ago (3 treatments in the kit:: cleaner, rust remover, and sealant) Appears to be holding up fine so far.
Hello from Canada's We(s)t coast.
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ZG1300 project 2 months 2 days ago #21468

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Well have some progress on my bike.
Stripping it down for powder coating. Checked the clutch and they where pretty rusty. Friction plates are within spec. Here is before cleaning
Here is after:


Here we can see some gas, injectors from nr 1 or (or both) nr 2 are leaking. Is there a way to fix it?
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ZG1300 project 2 months 2 days ago #21469

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Have the injectors professionally serviced. Typical charges I've seen is around $30 per injector (Canadian Dollars)

You can soak them in Laquer Thinner and put them through an ultrasonic cleaner but they won't be clean. When they are done professionally the pintle filters are replaced and the injector are put in an ultrasonic cleaning machine but are also energized to exercise the injector plunger at the same time. It's a low voltage pulse feed that you can't replicate without specific electrical equipment and if you energize with 12 volts dc to the injector, you'll fry the pulsing coil in the injector.
Bottom line, Pay the pros for this work.
1980 KZ1300 B2 converting to an A2. Things I'm working on- Body work- Ducktail mod to rear tailpiece. Add a quarter fairing. Paint - House of Kolor Brandywine/Black. Custom decals. Engine- In house custom ground camshafts with adjustable cam sprockets.7 blade rad fan. DG exhaust pipe.

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ZG1300 project 2 months 2 days ago #21476

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Thanks!
I will contact professional help :)
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ZG1300 project 1 week 4 days ago #22263

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Got some progress on the bike. This tool is just fantastic
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ZG1300 project 1 week 4 days ago #22264

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Love the fire place ornaments !! Nice.

That's quite the engine stand. I would like to know the make, cost and where it's available. I really like the way it supports the engine by the engine mounts.
1980 KZ1300 B2 converting to an A2. Things I'm working on- Body work- Ducktail mod to rear tailpiece. Add a quarter fairing. Paint - House of Kolor Brandywine/Black. Custom decals. Engine- In house custom ground camshafts with adjustable cam sprockets.7 blade rad fan. DG exhaust pipe.

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