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  1. htsang1995
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  3. Vulcan2000
    07-09-2018 05:12 PM - permalink
    I forgot to send my number: (732) 407-5241
  4. LandyLou
    09-10-2017 04:54 PM - permalink
    Hey, ODD.

    You put 10" shocks on your Vulcan, right? Any thing for an S40 boulevard fits? I'm looking at these on eBay:


    They aren't OEM, but they say bolt on. Thoughts?

  5. meathead1465
    07-10-2017 03:18 PM - permalink
    hello you said in one of your post that you think the 750 head gaskets will work on my 700 without problems do you know anyone who has done this?
    i'm afraid that the bigger bore hole in the gasket on my smaller hole bore will blow under out blow out the gasket/ I know its my decision but i can tell from your posts you are intelligent.
    just got a lot of money in this project already
  6. Scubawerx
    01-26-2016 04:43 PM - permalink
    You could answer this. Can I replace the shifter shaft seal without removing the engine? It's the seal around the protruding shaft, metal with rubber seal. It looks like it can be done. I simply failed to replace it when I replaced the inner and outer covers.
    Any help is appreciated.
  7. vulcan1999
    12-07-2015 10:07 AM - permalink
    I have a brand new Yuasa AGM battery. I have no problem cranking at all. It spins over quickly. The engine will start right up but it seems to labor getting warm, even with the choke on. This is when the temp goes below 60 degrees. I keep the bike in the garage. It is not heated but is underneath our raised Rancher House. At the present time, I leave the choke full on until the engine starts to rev up and I inch the choke up accordingly. It seems that the choke should be placed back to normal quicker than what I am experiencing. I know I shouldn't compare it to another brand but we have 1984 Honda V-30 Magna which is a V-4 configuration with 4 carbs stuffed inside the V. The carbs a Keihin similar to the VN750 carbs. I can start that engine up in the same manner but you can place the choke back to normal much faster.
    I am wandering if something in the choke circuit of my carbs is clogged. In the normal summer weather, it is fine.

    Thanks, Pat
  8. vulcan1999
    12-03-2015 06:00 PM - permalink
    You mention that you ride all year long. I have a question. How hard does your 750 start when it is below 50 degrees and do you leave the choke on more than normal in the warmer weather. With my 750, I can get it to start but it stalls out unless I leave the choke on completely for awhile. The engine seems very sensitive to the colder weather below 45 to 50 degrees.
  9. Carbjoy
    12-02-2015 11:33 AM - permalink
    You're a moron. I didn't come here to sell anything. I corrected mis-information attributed to my business and I didn't "complain" about anyone, I stated facts that showed the complaints about me were false.

    Why don't you butt out and get a life instead of vomiting your opinion about things that don't concern you...

    I wont' bother to see you anything you send in response because I'm out of this politically correct bull**** forum.

    later for you and those like you
  10. ruger
    08-25-2015 11:14 AM - permalink
    so I have heard.....er read. lol all I have to say to that is......it's about time! lol no, for real, I am really happy to hear you've got a running bike. that is really great news. keep me/us posted on the rides!

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