I wonder if it's possible to use either the B, C, E, or F carbs on a 7 P model? Is the spacing off? And would it create other issues in terms of fitament, etc?
They appear to be a more advanced carb., which may also solve the hot start issues, for it appears that the zx7r keihin carbs may be the culprit.Why would you want to do this?
Not entirely accurate. The ZX9R (B) series (94-97) use a 40mm Keihin cvk carb. The 91-95 ZX7 and 96-03 ZX7R use 38mm Keihn CVK carbs.On a 750 the airflow velocity will be a major factor in tuning for your bike. The 40's will have a lower velocity of airflow through the carbs than the 38's. This will cause a difference in the venturi effect inside the carbs that pulls fuel into the engine. For high speed/high RPM use you'd probably not notice much (if any) difference. For low speed use it can create tuning nightmares for experienced and novice tuners.They are the same carb. Just jetted different. I have compared 9r carbs to 7r carbs and they are the same. Only difference is the throttle cables are on the right as where on the 7 they are central.
Are you referring to the "B" model carbs off a 9r? I know that the C and F model carbs are different than the E model ones.They are the same carb. Just jetted different. I have compared 9r carbs to 7r carbs and they are the same. Only difference is the throttle cables are on the right as where on the 7 they are central.
Oh come on! The E's CVRD 40mm aren't any different to tune than any other version. We are, after all, talking about the most advanced carbureted motorcycle around. :bonkThe cable on my E model is in the center. I would not however suggest E models as they had enough tuning problems even on the 9s:lol
The E model has what they call a CVRD instead of the CVK like the earlier models and the F model.