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    44mm riflebore carbs

    I have some 44mm Riflebores complete with Hotseat fuel rail. They are linked for a 900 / 1050 / 1200, but could be used on a 750 /785 also. If you put them on a twin, you will have a parts carb.. .. Good condition $350.00


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    whats the required manifold or do you just use 2 bolts ?

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    Manifolds

    You need the Hotseat or Plaris aftermarket manifolds to make them fit the Domestic engine. They will bolt right on a Fuji manifold (with a different fuel rail).

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    think you could side draft a domestic ? cnc the demensions just make a plate the carb bolts to right in the reeds .

    or do you think the domestics would miss the flow velocity that a intake manifold would provide ,

    if im not crazy i thought iv seen maybe a few 785s like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone1050 View Post
    think you could side draft a domestic ? cnc the demensions just make a plate the carb bolts to right in the reeds .

    or do you think the domestics would miss the flow velocity that a intake manifold would provide ,

    if im not crazy i thought iv seen maybe a few 785s like that
    They're out there. Just need to find one. Lugs probably has a dozen of them.

    This one isn't for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyA View Post
    They're out there. Just need to find one. Lugs probably has a dozen of them.

    This one isn't for sale.
    no domestics
    but do know where one is now that you mention it

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    Would this one work with the riflebores? Why are these manifolds so outrageously expensive? I think this new is like 714.00. and a 785 head is like 514.00! plus the carbs? yikes.

    world of powersports w/ speed supplies. com is where i got the prices from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    Would this one work with the riflebores? Why are these manifolds so outrageously expensive? I think this new is like 714.00. and a 785 head is like 514.00! plus the carbs? yikes.

    world of powersports w/ speed supplies. com is where i got the prices from.

    yes it will work
    prices are going through the ROOF for new stuff

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    Manifolds

    Thats just a STOCK 785 manifold.. Lugs probably has a dozen or so..
    Yes the riflebores will fit on that, but you need a 785 fuel rail..

    I made Domestic sidedraft intake manifolds, and so did other manufacturers. I'm sure you could find one somewhere..

    Randy

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    At those prices, i think i'll hold on to it.

    Can these be smoothed out inside like a polished surface? or does it need to be rough inside like it is? I have heard different stories about that..

    Polishing like glass is suppose to reduce friction but not necessarily make the air tumble as it travels to help with atominization. So thats a bad thing. and on the other side, if you leave it rougher, it makes the air molecules bounce and tumble thru there making for a more complete atominization of the fuel. Would smoother actually cause a bonding of the mixture to the sides of the intake? or No, it doesn't do that.?

    Which is true? I still never got a positively perfect answer on that.

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