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  1. colbystyle
    05-06-2012 03:37 PM - permalink
    colbystyle
    Hey, would the final drive fit the same model 84? Previous owner of my bike had fishing line wrapped around the thing and ruined the seal, which I would just replace, but the gears are extra worn. I'm in Washington, so I'd pay shipping.also, what would you want for the carbs? Pro.ably out of my budget,but thought I'd ask anyway. Thanks man, Colby
  2. JP50515
    02-16-2012 06:32 PM - permalink
    JP50515
    its just that my baby brother snapped it off one day playing on the bike
  3. JP50515
    02-16-2012 06:31 PM - permalink
    JP50515
    Choke lever's still in the same spot on the bars.
  4. mjd334
    02-16-2012 02:38 PM - permalink
    mjd334
    nice, just bought a pair from a random company for 75. hope they fit. Where did you locate your choke lever???
  5. JP50515
    02-11-2012 05:21 PM - permalink
    JP50515
    The riser are ROX risers. Cost $94.00 I believe. Got them from the ROX website. Make sure to measure your bars diameter and buy the proper ones.
  6. mjd334
    02-08-2012 03:46 PM - permalink
    mjd334
    What kind of risers did you use on your handlebars? How much were they? and where did you get them? My bars are going to bang my tank like it is their job
  7. razor78016
    02-08-2012 12:53 AM - permalink
    razor78016
    Stock horn, just unbolted the tank bolt, added horn and presto...it's done.

    Ray.
  8. steed2death
    02-07-2012 10:07 AM - permalink
    steed2death
    hi.. regarding the thread (carbs synchronizing)its 2002 model.. 47000 mile on it.. yeah there is a back fire since i changed the exhaust to straight pipes.. and as u said there is a blue colour in the exhaust.. can u tell me where the A/F adjuster screw lies?? i dont know how they look like.. i dont have manual guide.. do u have any pic or link showing how to do this adjusment??
  9. Mad_bohemian
    06-30-2011 11:02 PM - permalink
    Mad_bohemian
    For the reflectors I just bought a couple of large rectangular reflectors and cut them down to size. I made a template out of cardboard first, then used that as a guide when I cut and ground the actual reflector to size. The Rox risers fit right where the stock handle bar goes (the stock risers). As far as the seat goes...now you know why I customized the stock seat...lol. I couldn't find anything either. Your best best is to just keep watching ebay, but I'm thinking that no matter what seat you get for it, you're going to have to do some modification to make it work. Make sure you post some picks of the work you're doing! It's always cool to see what other people do to their rides!

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  • About JP50515
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    "Old enough to know better...Young enough to do it anyway"
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    Minnesota
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    Student
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    Black Max - 1983 Honda Shadow VT500 - Gone but Never Forgotten

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