May I borrow your carburetor synchronization tool

Discussion in 'Portland Region' started by Phlebmaster, Sep 27, 2012.


  1. Pleeeze?

    If you have one locally, I just need it for a quick tune. I can even come to your place if necessary to get it done so the tool never leaves your garage.

    I want to see how close I am since I adjusted mine by ear after the engine install. It feel like it needs a little more fine tuning.

    Thanks in advance for your help,
    Aaron :mrgreen:
     
  2. RedKat600

    RedKat600 <img src="/images/ranks/mod.gif" alt="Moderator">

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    How local is local? I've got a nice 4 pot setup you're welcome to but I'm in Amboy which is about 20 miles north of the river.
     
  3. jnicola

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    I've got a 4 pot setup up here on Hood. Going to Washougal I think Saturday. May be in town Friday?
     
  4. You guys rock, Phlebby is good peeps.

    For my own future reference I have to sync my Wing this winter, any chance one of these is a mercury gauge or large dial?
     
  5. KevinD

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    It must suck to sync. a Valkyrie.



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    I don't know about LARGE, but mine are dial and easy to read.
     
  7. If plan A doesn't pan out I'll let you know. Thank you!! :mrgreen:

    Plan A- PM sent. Thanks!

    +1 crackup: Thanks bro

    Size doesn't matter. :secret:
     
  8. That or a CBX, no thanks, four is enough.
     
  9. Phlebmaster, I'm assuming that this is for your interceptor? If so you'll need a 90 degree screwdriver as well to do any adjustment....
     
  10. Ahh...yes, for those throttle shaft adjusters. Thanks for the heads up on that. I have a special tool that might work perfectly. Gotta love the V4!
     
    #10 Phlebmaster, Sep 28, 2012
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  11. RedKat600

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    The ride alone to my place would be worth it.....and the riding afterwards! Lollerz. Good luck with it...let me know. Did I mention I have a full shop.....
     

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