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Ok guys (and gals), which manifolds are the best fit for a set of RS36's on my 86 1100, the stockers were pretty hard and I wasn't able to squeeze the carbs on there, so I went with a set of 92 750 manifolds as sugested by Rohm Performance.
They seem a little big with the 92 clamps, but fit tight with the 86 clamps. Is there a better fit for this setup or will these work?
The bikes still in peices, so I cant fire it up to see if she's sucking wind.

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Dave.
 

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89-92 gsxr 1100 units, stock carbs were 36mm cv, the rs 36's will drop right on in...
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The stock 86 will work but they are a bitch to get on. A little grease makes life alot easier when putting them on.
 

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I just pulled the carbs and manifolds, and the numbers are as follows.
13110-1700
13120-1700
13130-1700
13140-1700

Does anyone know what these are off of?

The numbers Jay gave are close, but off by one digit, is he dislexic or are my manifolds just plain wrong? I have a feeling its the latter


Any more help would be greatly appreciated.


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[ 07-11-2002, 06:39 PM: Message edited by: Tornado-rider ]
 

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Tornado,
I used to have the smaller boots on my rs 38's and ended up replacing them with the larger boots. I think APE's part #'s are correct. Also, with the smaller boots, you had to lube them up to get the carbs on, but I noticed that after taking them on and off over time it stressed the boots and I developed a crack in the boot. Switched to the larger ones and have not had a problem since.
 
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