In need of a Weber

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Lionel
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In need of a Weber

Post by Lionel »

Hi all
I know this is probably against most peoples idea But I had the Webber working grate. I don't like the Delorto's and prefer to have the bike more original.
I have just re-purchased my 750 Limited
I'm trying to bring it back to the bike is was.
The weber has been removed and discarded by previous owner.
So Please if anyone has one that would part with please let me know.

Regards from Aus
Andrew2
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Re: In need of a Weber

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Where are you located?.
Lionel
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Re: In need of a Weber

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Andrew
Wollongong NSW Australia
Dave73
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Re: In need of a Weber

Post by Dave73 »

Hi Lionel,

I've got one in a box of spares that came with my 750 Sport. Weber will be hardly used as it got swapped to Mikunis.
In Brisbane, Qld. We can discuss via PM.

Cheers Dave
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Re: In need of a Weber

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Dave73 I will message U
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Re: In need of a Weber

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Hi Dave73

Been trying to contact U all the private messages I've sent seem to just stay in my out box.
U can contact me at lionel.burns@transport.nsw.gov.au
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Re: In need of a Weber

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if messages are in the out box it means they were sent but not read yet
Lionel
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Re: In need of a Weber

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OK thanks
Dave73
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Re: In need of a Weber

Post by Dave73 »

Lionel, sorry I missed this. Notifications must have been going in my junk folder. Have sms and will send you an email.
Cheers Dave
Lionel
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Re: In need of a Weber

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Got the weber from a 88 750 sport off dave73 thanks heaps. Removed the Delorto's and fitted the weber with great improvements in performance and starting
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murphus
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Re: In need of a Weber

Post by murphus »

What's your starting procedure? I put the Weber back on my '88 Limited. It had Mikuni flat slides, which worked pretty much flawlessly, but like you I wanted originality. It runs beautifully, but first start requires 3 good pulls on the throttle to squirt some fuel into the intake and full choke, and even then it's not exactly a clean start, acting like it's really lean. Thirty seconds to a minute later it's running perfectly.
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Lionel
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Re: In need of a Weber

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two twists then just button no choke let idol for a few minutes
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