packertl2 at yahoo.com
Sat Apr 28 17:56:21 PDT 2007
As Larry explained, the stock tank can be made to
work. But a mistake or a drop are incredibly painful
An alternative are temporary fuel bottles made for
this purpose. They have a hose barb molded right in.
I've got one, though I don't know from where. I just
suspend it from a handlebar with a short bungee.
While it's an extra expense, if you've got a while
till Social Security kicks in, you're gonna be doing
this stuff for a few years yet so it might well be
worth a few dollars. If interested, I'd suggest
checking any small engine repair shops or lawn mower
supply places, besides of course, the internet.
--- Jeffrey Markham <automan25 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Has anyone balanced the carbs on their GPz before?
> According to the service manual you are supposed to
> remove the tank and somehow set up an external tank
> and hook it up to the carburetors. How have others
> handled this? Did you use the tank that came with
> the bike. Did you set it up to gravity feed by
> switching the fuel valve to prime? Any ideas here
> would be great.
> Jeffrey R. Markham
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