Thought you got the bike back in Feb or is this another one????I got this 93 VN750 with 13,381 miles on it for $35.00. Don't think that was too bad of a deal. Question is how long will these bikes last mileage wise till some major overhauling is needed?
Right now I get it, thats what I call a bargain and at the price you paid it shouldn't bother you about the carbs you can buy loads more with the$$$s you saved getting the bike But seriously with the carbs the worst thing is getting them on and off, taking them apart is a doddle after that :smiley_thThe way it went down was this mechanic a few doors down from me got this bike to tinker with but never did anything with it. So when I saw it and talked to him about it I offered him to clean the carbs for him. So he let me take it to my shop.
After a few weeks tinkering with it, I needed more space in my shop (business) so I asked to bring the bike home to the shop I have here at home. The day I was taken the bike home the guy walked in and asked did I have a guitar amp I wanted to sell and I said no but I had one I would trade for the bike.
Up until lastnight the bike wasn't mine. I didn't know what he was going to do about the amp until today he walked in with the signed title.
I have a Pro Audio repair shop and I had this amp in that a customer never came back after. It cost me $35.00 for the part. So I paid $35.00 for the bike.
Now to get it running. I have torn apart 4 carbs that came off of my CB900 4 cylinder and it never phased me, but for some reasons these two carbs intimidate me. I have been watching Roach's video's to try to get ahead of the carbs but it is a little nerving.