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Looking to borrow a carb sync in Spokane and go for a ride

Discussion in 'Eastside' started by lemonshindig, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. I live in Bremerton, I'm visiting my family in Spokane for the 4th.

    My carbs need to be synced, so I would like to borrow a sync! I'll buy you a case of beer.

    '79 GS1000L

    Thanks!
    -Matt
     
  2. I am doing the same thing! going to Spokane tomorrow! Except I don't have nor do I need a carb part. But you can still buy me a case of beer. :crackup:

    Good luck
     

  3. KevinD

    KevinD Modulator Staff Member

    Ping [MENTION=258]rotordrvr[/MENTION], he might be able to help.


    KevinD
     
  4. Could always make one, for the price of two bottles...

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    Ignore the bit about copper tubing. Vinyl all the way works just fine.

    Any glass bottles should do.
     
  5. KevinD

    KevinD Modulator Staff Member

    Add some food coloring to the water to make it easier to see...



    KevinD
     
  6. I used soy sauce.

    Or you can use used motor oil instead of water...

    ...if you're boring.
     
  7. KevinD

    KevinD Modulator Staff Member

    I wonder if this same design would work for more carburetors/throttle bodies...

    After all, you're just looking for a balance.


    KevinD
     
  8. Yes, it is definitely possible to make your own. You could even due it with clear tubing and skip the bottles.

    But I'm syncing four carbs and I don't have the 5mm threaded adapters...

    Thanks


    -Matt
     
  9. I know this doesn't exactly help, but if you only syc 2 carbs at a time, you only need 2 adapters.
     
  10. I have a 4-cylinder gauge type sync tool with the brass stick adapters. Worked just fine for my V4 Honda. Let me know if you're still looking for one to use.
     
  11. I have a carb syncer I live on five mile you still in town? No beer nessisary I'm 18.