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Twins Technical Talk Technical Talk for Hinckley Triumph Twins: Bonneville, T100, Speedmaster, America, Thruxton, and Scrambler.

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Old 10-20-2012, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Inlet help part help pls

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PFKL1207093 INLET RUNNER what is it ?
PFKL1207086 INLET RUBBER on my bike has formed a crack or two and needs replacing but I'm stumped on what the inlet runner is ..

Also just has my Flasher relay go on me Phff just glad its not raining


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PFKL1207093 INLET RUNNER what is it ?
PFKL1207086 INLET RUBBER on my bike has formed a crack or two and needs replacing but I'm stumped on what the inlet runner is ..

Also just has my Flasher relay go on me Phff just glad its not raining


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It's some sort of typo, I think, although these rubber carb-cylinder head adaptors are sometimes referred to as "runners". There are two part numbers for item 3 because one is for VIN numbers up to 169812, the other for VIN numbers beyond that.

The number refers to the last 6 characters in your VIN number, like this SMTTJ9107G9403639

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Just fitted these yesterday and what a pig of a job , really not much room to move things around .
Am I missing some thing here ,is there an easyer way to fit those rubber runners ?

I would push the runner in place and then pushed the carb in place towards the engine ,then back on to the rubber runners .
It did nt help that it was dark by the time I was at this stage

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Its agood idea to unscrew the clamps on the rubbers to the airbox squirt some WD40 in there that will allow you to pull the carbs back more easily also removing the tank but knowing you you probably did that anyway..............T.U.D.
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Its agood idea to unscrew the clamps on the rubbers to the airbox squirt some WD40 in there that will allow you to pull the carbs back more easily also removing the tank but knowing you you probably did that anyway..............T.U.D.
Hi Dave and yes I did

The time it took me I could of painted the sistine chapel

O well ,glad its done now and not befor it gets any colder .

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Use WD-40 to easy removal and installation of the rubbers. Loosen up the 4 bolts on top of the airbox to give you room to pull the airbox back and pull the rubbers off.
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Use WD-40 to easy removal and installation of the rubbers. Loosen up the 4 bolts on top of the airbox to give you room to pull the airbox back and pull the rubbers off.
Ah I shell looking into this when I get the chance !

And Dave I've got my own brushs thx
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