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Author Topic: ha-LOOOOO, anybody out there??  (Read 2167 times)

Offline doublenaughtspy

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Re: ha-LOOOOO, anybody out there??
« Reply #15 on: October 29, 2017, 07:17:26 PM »
NOW I'm finding some of the old guard!  I lost my poor ol' B12 to stupidity and a broken crankcase.  I'm getting back in the fold tomorrow with an '09 12fiddy!  Wish me luck.... :yikes:

Offline ZipTi

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Re: ha-LOOOOO, anybody out there??
« Reply #16 on: October 30, 2017, 02:38:20 PM »
Good Luck, I just bought another G1 1200 bagger....
97' b12 (ZipTi) Rental fatbars, 407lbs, 520 conversion, CRG levers & mirror, FoxShox & motoCD forks, EBC HH's & Rotors, Goodridge SS lines, Trail Tech 8" headlamp, Vepor gauge/computer, all Titanium hardware, unbraced rear caliper stay, Alloy Subframe, Monster seat, 707  racing axles, GSXR blue, 70k miles...
98' GSF1200 bagger (Junior) ready to roll....

Offline beejky

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Re: ha-LOOOOO, anybody out there??
« Reply #17 on: January 03, 2018, 12:58:20 PM »
My 1999 is still running strong.  Did have to go thru the carbs and replace emulsifier tubes and get rid of the Dynojet kit that was in it.  Dales stuff worked out great and she flies!

Offline China Greg

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Re: ha-LOOOOO, anybody out there??
« Reply #18 on: January 03, 2018, 02:02:43 PM »
Hello Beejkay!
Good to hear from you. Please add to the threads... we need ya! Tell us about your bike... what you like about it, changes you've made.

I have a feeling that, within a short time, air-cooled B12's are going to line up with Collectibles like CBX's and BKings.. well, maybe!

Emulsion tubes: I DID change mine at some point along the way... not because I really had to, but because I was Hitting & Hoping, trying to nail down some performance flaw.
What I DID find along that route was that my NEEDLES had worn, developed a STEP up on the barrel. Fortunately the Mfr replaced them for free... despite being pretty old. Changing them did clean up the roll-on some.

By all means, check back in here. I've got 140K on my '98 B12... have been through every system on the bike now...right down to the crank bearings and transmission shafts.. so I have a bit of info.
Black '98 B12S, JE 1216cc bore kit, port work, Yosh RS3, Ivan jetting, drag bars, modified Corbin Gunfighter, Hyperpro shock, Racetech Gold valve kit, stainless lines, Wave rotors, polished wheels, fender eliminator, bar-end mirrors, NEP throttle lock, Adaptiv TPX radar detector...140K miles





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