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Pinto on Yamaha R1 carbs

Post by Donkey Dawson on Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:22 am

Thought I'd give these babies a whirl on Sunday, hopefully the jetting will be close (but not optimised) the Carbs are off a 1999-2000 Yamaha R1, the manifold is homebrew and the Jetting is Dr Donkey D.

Lets hope they work on Sunday


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Re: Pinto on Yamaha R1 carbs

Post by lordy80 s/c on Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:12 am

Looking good ..... sounds sweet enough .... Danny kirkman #40 tried these a few seasons ago...he's built a new stocker for warton which has yet to debut this season and is sticking with the bike carbs , and hasn't one of the THB team got something similar....Necessity is the mother of Invention here's hoping it works well..... ps are you running a fuel regulator?
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Re: Pinto on Yamaha R1 carbs

Post by Donkey Dawson on Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:14 am

lordy80 s/c wrote:Looking good ..... sounds sweet enough .... Danny kirkman #40 tried these a few seasons ago...he's built a new stocker for warton which has yet to debut this season and is sticking with the bike carbs , and hasn't one of the THB team got something similar....Necessity is the mother of Invention here's hoping it works well..... ps are you running a fuel regulator?

on the video test no fuel regulator, they need regulating to 3psi i'll cobble something together befor Sunday.

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Post by lordy80 s/c on Thu Jun 24, 2010 8:54 am

I ran the kawsaki powered stocker on a total loss pipe with an ordiary facet fuel pump and later on a red top one...but you must have a fuel cut off very close to hand... I couldn't belive how much fuel was returned to the tank....!
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Re: Pinto on Yamaha R1 carbs

Post by stavros on Fri Jun 25, 2010 9:41 am

lordy80 s/c wrote:Looking good ..... sounds sweet enough .... Danny kirkman #40 tried these a few seasons ago...he's built a new stocker for warton which has yet to debut this season and is sticking with the bike carbs , and hasn't one of the THB team got something similar....Necessity is the mother of Invention here's hoping it works well..... ps are you running a fuel regulator?

your right lordy i think mr dawson may have robbed the idea off us i knew we should have copywrited it dam
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Re: Pinto on Yamaha R1 carbs

Post by Donkey Dawson on Sat Jun 26, 2010 8:26 am

stavros wrote:
lordy80 s/c wrote:Looking good ..... sounds sweet enough .... Danny kirkman #40 tried these a few seasons ago...he's built a new stocker for warton which has yet to debut this season and is sticking with the bike carbs , and hasn't one of the THB team got something similar....Necessity is the mother of Invention here's hoping it works well..... ps are you running a fuel regulator?

your right lordy i think mr dawson may have robbed the idea off us i knew we should have copywrited it dam
'imitation is the sincerest form of flattery'

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Re: Pinto on Yamaha R1 carbs

Post by Stu D on Thu Jul 08, 2010 8:03 am

Would kawazaki zx9r carbs do the same job as the r1 carbs?
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