P model race Crank and P model carbs with Dynojet kit for sale. - ZX Forums
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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-25-2018, 02:53 PM Thread Starter
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P model race Crank and P model carbs with Dynojet kit for sale.

Hi guys,

I have some old parts lying around from my 779cc build.

First, I have a lightened (by 4lbs), crankshaft that is polished and balanced to 14k rpm that I will let go for $100 plus shipping. The reason for it being sold cheap is because the journals are scored (damaged) from the time the bearing failed due to a disintegrated cam guide. There are some shops that do journal repair and they can cost $200-$300 on average. Even cheaper if you are handy and can do the work yourself.

Second, I have a set of P model carbs in decent condition with a dynojet kit fitted. There are no issues with the carbs and they were on my bike prior to the 779cc buildout. The float bowl gaskets need to be replaced. I'll let these go for $150 shipped anywhere in the USA. Otherwise $200 plus shipping if you want me to service them and replace the float bowl gaskets with K&L parts.

Just putting this out here to see if there's interest and will provide pics if there's enough interest.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-27-2018, 07:22 AM
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Wrong section Turbo unless I am allowed to start putting my for sales right in the 7 forum?
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-27-2018, 01:05 PM
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Yep post them parts up. No one else is posting anything right now. Might as well shop.
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Wrong section Turbo unless I am allowed to start putting my for sales right in the 7 forum?
Mate, you got to be joking? I'm more than happy to see people posting for sale parts on a bike that is ever harder to get parts for in the main 7 forum, especially unobtanium parts! It is in fact where I would expect to see such posts.

Post away Mr Turbo
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-01-2019, 09:06 PM
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Most forums expect for sale posts in the correct for sale section. I am legit wondering if this is permitted which it sounds like it is!
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I'm sure you will not get your hand smacked Evan.
The very unfortunate fact is once busy forums are being consigned to the cyber graveyard by the likes of Facebook Groups. So any posts remotely relevant on forums are welcomed these days. I think it is really sad forums are disappearing as the information within them is very easy to search on, where as nuggets of gold just scroll into oblivion on Facebook.
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