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I have been working on this for sometime now. Having issues with the carb pointing straight into the frame need a different intake? or boot?



 

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what for reeds ,intake & carb ?
 

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Screw it. I'm done with this quad.

Please come buy it $5000 OBO PM me if interested

89 250 R w/ title
330R w/powervalve hinson basket/clutch kit built by ESR
Lots of new powdercoating and chrome
Brand new OEM White plastics
LSR A-arms, axle, bearing carrier, sproket hub


Needs
carb and air cleaner kit installed
seat cover
plastics installed
final assembly check
Break in engine
Jet carb

Thanks,
Ian
 

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Screw it. I'm done with this quad.

Please come buy it 00 OBO PM me if interested

89 250 R w/ title
330R w/powervalve hinson basket/clutch kit built by ESR
Lots of new powdercoating and chrome
Brand new OEM White plastics
LSR A-arms, axle, bearing carrier, sproket hub


Needs
carb and air cleaner kit installed
seat cover
plastics installed
final assembly check
Break in engine
Jet carb

Thanks,
Ian
FOR SALE>
 

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Boysen reeds, .75 inch spacer, Boysen intake, 38 or 39 PWK




not sure how the carb you have will fit in there because I have used a 38 mm a/s
but also the reed spacer probably isnt helping any for space to the frame here since the boysens have a lil angle the reed spacer causes the carb to be further /closer to the frame etc ..I used a 3/8 I beleive ..& you'll need a nice or new 86 boot must be soft enough to be able bend a lil to make it to the airbox .. & I beleive I rotated the boot some to go around the frame
 

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heres a pic ... I know its the LSR ...but it is the exact same set up I have going on my 86 stock frame
 

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not sure how the carb you have will fit in there because I have used a 38 mm a/s
but also the reed spacer probably isnt helping any for space to the frame here since the boysens have a lil angle the reed spacer causes the carb to be further /closer to the frame etc ..I used a 3/8 I beleive ..& you'll need a nice or new 86 boot must be soft enough to be able bend a lil to make it to the airbox .. & I beleive I rotated the boot some to go around the frame

Thanks for the advice. I am not running an airbox. I have the ESR airbox eliminator kit
Quad is up for sale so the buyer can worry about that.
 

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well if your intent on selling I would part it out ...bet ya would get more $$'s ... too many cheapo's out there (especially on the net) when It comes to buying these quads ...parting it takes time but usually gets ya more for your spent money

good luck
 

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...If you are wanting to sell it, maybe you should post it for sale in the "for sale" section so it will get some more exposure!

Teddy
 

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do not run that esr eliminator kit. it is crap and did not work not would it have ever worked. I ran a cr boot with the stock air tube with an open air filter. i would not give up on this quad just cuz you ran into a little problem. But i know it can be frustrating, i asked the same question on this very site about two months ago, they got me through it. But if you are dead set on selling, do what teddy says and part it out.
 
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