Welcome to the Forum. A lot of great info available here. The Verses have it all.I have just become the proud owner of a '91 vn750. Its a USA version (I live in the Netherlands btw.) and I also would like to do the ear-shave. I also would like to get my hands on a complete jetting kit with coasters. The K&N's I can order at a local car parts dealer. So if anybody has an idea please let it know. I guess there are much more people looking for this. For the VN800 parts are widely available
Stock muffler's ?Thanks for the fast reply.
Above you say a 142/42 jetting configuration is used but I noticed many use a 140/40. I'm at sea level what do you advise??
Smokin' deal if they fit lengthwise and are any good as air filters.Dear Sir,
Happy new year there!
This would be sent 4 filters together,and you will get 4pcs same filter!
Any more questions please let me know timely!Thanks
Yes, the carb is a 34mm...Harleys use the 38 and 40 CVKs (some parts are the same though)....but that number doesnt designate the intake opening, thats the carb bore....the intake opening is closer to 54mm....measure it....even in inches, then convert...but the carb size is 34mm. I had read somewhere previously that it was 38mm, which is incorrect. The carb is a Keihin CVK34
i raised the back of the tank with a spacer to clear air filter.don't know if that will work on stock seat,my seat is from a sporty.and i used 142's on mine about 1000 ft above sea level and degoated with screaming eagle mufflers.might copy The Deuce on my new vn750 and try 150'sJust a note on using the pod filters. Depending on frequency of riding and riding conditions, you may need to change them more often since they are exposed. I bought the cheap ones at $6.99 each, and change after about 8 months, but I have a lotta dirt/manure roads around here too...
UniFilter has some available that have a washable thin foam outer shell. I may try them next. Theyre about $12 ea.
Fitting them is not a problem on the right (brake) side...the left however will point towatds the bottom rear of the fuel tank and will actually be halfway under it, so you need to watch the length there. Or you can put a slight bend (22 deg maybe) just before the filter to angle it down some. A piece of radiator hose works well. Then you can use the longer ones.
and by making them outta aluminum you can polish them and make them all purdy and stuff.If you want to cut your own coaster plates.....use the reed valve cover as a template and cut your own like I did.
Aluminum stock available at Home Depot or your local hardware store 2" wide. 1/4" thick.
cut and file to fit...drill holes and you got your own plates for a LOT cheaper than ordering them......plus the satisfaction that you did it yourself.
Remove the reed valve cover (with the pipe end on it) and replace with your plate. keep the valve in there so the bolts don't bottom out. use a high temp gasket silicone to seal it up nice.