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Discussion in 'LiteTek Carburettor Kits and Products' started by maelstrom, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. maelstrom

    maelstrom LiteTek Staff Member Premium Member 250cc Vendor Contributing Member

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    Hi All,
    Available models:

    Honda:
    • CBR400RR NC29 Part No = 52170-MV4-000 (working on it)
    • CBR250RR MC22 (working on it)

    Kawasaki:
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    • GSF250 & GSF400 Part No = 61273-33D00 (sometime)
    Yamaha:

    We will be adding chain sliders to our inventory as it becomes possible to source a new OEM part that can be used to make the mould, and I will update this thread as they become available. Most of these parts are extinct so it will be either slow or impossible. If you have a NOS part or know where I may acquire one then please let me know.

    Cheers
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    Hey Blair,

    that's awesome, the ZXR250A model shipped with 2 different swing arms, one was more a rectangle section , the other was more curvy. The curvy one was used on the C model as well

    ZXr250_a.jpg 2ZXr250_a.jpg

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    Thanks Kiffsta, I know there are two different models but I wasn't certain which models are covered by my first part. Customers will need to check their parts books and as I do the web pages I will try to sort out which parts fit which models. I have been trying to find one for my own 400 since forever. A tedious business.
     
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    I'm pretty sure the square one was the A1 made in 1988, then in 89 they went to an A2 which had the different swing arm. This is off the 1989 brochure.

    zxr250-brochure.jpg
     
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    For your FZR400 3TJ1 ?
    Part number 1WG2215100 NLA

    CMNSL have 3 left in stock- http://www.cmsnl.com/yamaha-fzr400-genesis-1989-k-usa_model9475/sealguard_1wg2215100/
    If you get it from them make sure you ring and check it's in stock first, and have it sent registered post.
    I've heard of a few people buying online from them and 3 month's later they still don't have it, they ring and check their stock and they dont have them, also refund's can take a long time too


    $35 from Yamaha of Chicago, may not have in stock anymore
    http://www.yamahapartswebstore.com/p/Yamaha__/SEAL--GUARD/61037921/1WG-22151-00-00.html
    One on ebay Singapore atm for $107 AU
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Yamaha-F...557783?hash=item3ac05f0c97:g:rAsAAOSwAvJW-Svq
     
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    They are for 1WG, my model is 3TJ-22151-00, but thanks for trying. Also CMSNL will not ship to me. I should look at buying the 1WG item though because it is obviously about to become extinct.
     
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    Woohoo thanks man. I am trying to buy it. I have done this before and failed with another company but lets see what happens.
     
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    Let me know if they don't have them
     
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    Nope they cannot supply it. :oops:
     
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    can I suggest you do one for an MC19, they are hard to find
     
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    @kiffsta All the Hondas seem very difficult to find, or did I miss something?
     
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    @my67xr Germany is no and waiting for response from Ukraine.
     
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    Megazip seem to have a zxr250c slider in stock. If you are still needing one.

    Sent from my HTC Desire 620 using Tapatalk
     
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    Thanks for the tip. That one will be on my shopping list, but I have to see how the prototypes work out for cost etc.
    cheers
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    Thanks for the link. It looks split at the end, or is that how it is supposed to be?
     
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    Think so but would have to and look... I believe they screw into the swingarm.
     
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    Do the NSRs. I would contact Paul from Tyga. I bet he has some you could borrow. Make some carb intakes too and you'll be my hero!
     
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