Universal Metal Bolt-on 50mm or 40mm single Carb Manifold,
6061 Aircraft Aluminum Intake manifold only
Including mounting Gaskets to use with RTV as required.
Manifold is designed to fit all Yamaha Virago XV700, 750, 920, 1000, 1100 and 1100 V-Star which will need a Carb Extension to clear the larger Gas Tank.
Fits most of carburetor holders with bolt holes distance between 60 mm to 76 mm.
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Universal Metal 40mm or 50mm single carburetor manifold is professionally designed and engineered by Bip Bike Intake Performance
All our products were designed, manufactured and shipped from our location outside Chicago, IL
Designed to fit Yamaha Virago XV700, 750, 920, 1000, 1100 and V-Star
Flange is a universal size for 40mm or 50mm carb holders
Installation instructions will be included and are featured below as well
All parts from BiP Bike Intake Performance are carefully inspected prior to shipping and our positive feedback shows our commitment to our buyers and their loyalty to our products
Please email or call us at 224-210-6030 with any questions. We will respond within 1 working day.
This Manifold is our All new Aluminum Intake Manifold made right here in the USA.
All new 6061 Aluminum Virago Intake Manifold
2 x gaskets
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All returns must be in new, unused condition and made within 14 days of receiving product
Returns are not accepted without contacting us prior to shipping back
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Refunds will be applied once product is received at our warehouse
1. Remove existing carbs and separate them if original stock carb is used
2. Use front carb for this conversion
3. Install manifold on to engine. Right or left, it’s your choice.
4. Install carb
5. Attach throttle cable
6. Attach choke cable by removing rear choke cable bracket and reattaching to front
7. Double check clamps and cables
8. Start your engine
9. Stop reading instructions and hit the road