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Yo


Hey all,

New member to the GSXR400 owners club here, having just picked an '85 model up for the princely sum of AU$250... It needs a bit of work, but it should be good to keep me busy on the weekends emoticon

Cya round.

LP
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Hey there.
Welcome to the club emoticon
'85 huh? nice one you gonna need a bit of hard work as they are the first model and from what i recall they have 2 dual carbs which are a pain to setup! wish you luck and fun on the rebuild proccess emoticon
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Hi LP and welcome along.

Yours must be the 71B I'd guess. It has the same carbs pretty much as my 1986 71F. They're actually dead easy to set up - treat them like twin carbs when you balance them and set each of the 4 slow running screws by ear.

Just post up if you need help.

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dead easy to setup? ah nice!
my '87 gsxr250 was a pain to setup but i guess it was my inexperience back then emoticon
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