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    I'D RATHER SWEAT THAN SHIVER hyoctane23's Avatar
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    Pro 785 Intakes

    Anyone seen these intakes before?? They're over in Italy though...

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/INTAK...item35a7df55e9


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    They were up last week, I think they were listed for $69 opening bid.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    They look like Boswell intakes.

    Why would a PRO 785 need aftermarket reed spacers? They come stock!!!!!

    And yes, they were listed at $60 last week.

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    Do the OEM intakes on a 785 have the carbs oriented with the diaphragm perpendicular to the crank like these intakes? I know my SLT780 has a left turn bog and from what I've read this is common when the diaphragm is parallel to the engine. I would guess if the diaphragms were on parallel, but away from the engine it would be a right turn bog.

    Hmmm, just curious questions.

    KJ

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    OEM intakes are situated exactly the same as 650/750.

    All diaphragms facing the cyls.


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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    OEM intakes are situated exactly the same as 650/750.

    All diaphragms facing the cyls.
    One thing I noticed on the 785 is the carb base is not parallel to the cylinder head. The carbs appear to set at a slight (10 degree?) angle away from the engine. I wonder if this was the solution to eliminate the left turn bog?

    Actually, I had experienced the bog on my 780 but never heard a solution. Then, when I read through the Mikuni SBN manual I found a section talking about this with the solution of turning the diaphragms perpendicular to the crank.

    Anyway, I was just curious really.

    KJ

    KJ

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    I think they are set up to run these



    Or a spigot mount like my hot seat rifle bores
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