VR750-1100-ALM. W/50MM BOOT.
Bolt-on 50mm spigot OD (outer diameter) for the Hitachi stock carburetor designed and engineered to fit all Yamaha Virago XV700, 750, 920, 1000, 1100 and V-Star using stock Hitachi carburetor.
Now made in 6061 Aircraft Aluminum.
Fits most of carburetor holders with bolt holes distance between 60 mm to 76 mm.
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50mm OD (outer diameter) Hitachi stock carb manifold with single boot, professionally designed and engineered by BiP Bike Intake Performance
Designed to fit all Yamaha Virago XV700, 750, 920, 1000, 1100 and V-Star (V-Star requires a Spacer)
Installation instructions will be included and are featured below as well
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This is our all new Aluminum Part Now made from 6061 Aluminum hand crafted in the USA with a Nice Aluminum Appearance.
We Include Gasket sets in different thicknesses that can be used with RTV Sealant to match up to your Virago...
1 x Aluminum Manifold, 2 x gaskets
(1) 50mm Virago OEM mounting boot
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1. Remove existing carbs and separate them if original stock carb is used
2. Use front carb for this conversion if you want.
3. Install manifold on to engine. Right or left, it’s your choice. Choose from the two sets of different thickness Gaskets and use RTV. Allow it to firm up before finish tightening of the Bolts.
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 and Adjust the Carburetor.
9. Stop reading instructions and hit the road