Single Carb BIP Metal Intake Manifold &TM-40 CARB for Yamaha Virago XV700-1100

VR750-1100-MTL TM40

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43mm single carb Steel Manifold with a single boot and a Mikuni TM40-6  series carburetor

Designed to fit all Yamaha Virago XV700, 750, 920, 1000, 1100 and V-Star.

This larger TM40 Flat Slide Carburetor is best suited for Racing performance.

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3 Items

$399.00

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40mm single carb manifold with single boot and Mikuni TM40 series 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 all Yamaha Virago XV700, 750, 920, 1000, 1100 and V-Star

Installation instructions will be included and are featured below as well

Manifold and carburetor will occasionally ship separately, when this occurs, they often arrive on different days

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 respond here or call us at 224-210-6030 and leave a message with any questions.

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Materials

This is our all new Aluminum Intake Manifold made here in the USA

Parts Included
Aluminum Intake Manifold
(1) 43mm mounting boot for the TM 40 Carb. with hardware.
(1) Mikuni TM-40 Carburetor

Payment, Shipping and Returns
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We happily ship to US and Internationally
Product will ship within 5 business days and tracking number will be provided
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
Buyer pays return shipping and a tracking number needs to be provided (for your safety and ours)
Refunds will be applied once product is received at our warehouse

Installation Guide
1. Install manifold on to engine. Right or left, it’s your choice.
2. Install carb
3. Attach throttle cable
4. Double check clamps and cables
5. Start your engine
6. Stop reading instructions and hit the road