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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-24-2016, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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2 into 1 carb vn750 on ebay

there is a guy on ebay that makes 2 into 1 carb set ups for other bikes he has a add on there now looking to see about doing 1 for the vn750 go to ebay motors and search 2 into 1 carb vn750 and you will find it i have the email address i will find and post here i contacted him and he said he is trying to get it done now when available the manifold i believe will be around 175$ and the whole set up with carb will be between 3 and 400$im waiting on mine now
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Sounds pricey for not much benefit. The carbs are easy to get in/out after you ear shave, and two smaller throats will be more efficient fuel-wise and in throttle response. I guess a single carb gives you forced induction options though.

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lol yea really only reason im considering it is for that reason
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really 175 for the pipes not bad and you can get a harley carb on ebay cheap ive got the caeb already and im thinking of trying to make my own 2 into 1 intake as i have access to the mats and welders
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i just also here the horror stories about these carbs needing constant attention but i guess ill find out this season i hope.i have alota plans on the bobjob for this bike so hope i can get it all done in time for riding season.my problem is i go all out when i do something kinda go overboard
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oh and i did find a hypercharger that is sappossed to fit our vn750 its by kyrakin i think
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