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    Cm400 vm30 mikuni carburetor kit Complete 30mm 399.95

    We jet these correctly! Speed Moto Co custom jetting. Smaller mains/pilots/different needles/air jet!!!

    What you get>> *.....

    New set of Mikuni VM30 carburetors set up for you CM400/CB400 or 450!
    You will receive 2 VM30 carburetors jetted for your bike..
    *......set of intakes
    *......2-1 throttle cable that works on the stock housing
    *........set of pod filters
    *.......fuel line and filters

    Other carbs are jetting way to rich.

    These carbs are pre-jetted to you bike.

    These will work..... the others ...well good luck! We are selling these as set..ready to bolt on and rip!

    Any questions just pm or email us at [email protected]

    Have a great day.
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    These are in the consideration file for a future application, CM400 turned cafe racer. They should go nicely with the tank from Air Tech
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    Quote Originally Posted by longdistancerider View Post
    These are in the consideration file for a future application, CM400 turned cafe racer. They should go nicely with the tank from Air Tech
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    Sweet tank! We are a dealer for AirTech!
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    Quote Originally Posted by longdistancerider View Post
    These are in the consideration file for a future application, CM400 turned cafe racer. They should go nicely with the tank from Air Tech
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    So Jim, do you have the tank and bike now or are they future consideration too?

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    I have the first tank made. I made a deal with them to modify the lower pan of their existing CB350 tank to fit the CM/CB 400/450 frame backbone, it widens to 4+" in the middle which restricts available tanks. In exchange they sent the first tank and now have a product to sell.
    I also have an 81 CM400C roller that will be the bike. I've been slowly figuring out all the modifications for the engine/trans. Things like running no balancers, closer ratio gearing in the trans, kick start only, Mega Cycle cam. I need to finish up some other projects first though so I'm just slowly accumulating bits and pieces
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    1972 CL350 survivor restoration


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    I would like a pair of carbs for my cm400.

    Do you guys ship them to The Netherlands?
    Can it be that there is a difference in jetting because of the country im in vs yours?

    I have fitted new intakerubbers, can i keep them or should i mount the new ones from the kit?
    '80 cm400t bobber

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    PM'ed! thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by longdistancerider View Post
    I have the first tank made. I made a deal with them to modify the lower pan of their existing CB350 tank to fit the CM/CB 400/450 frame backbone, it widens to 4+" in the middle which restricts available tanks. In exchange they sent the first tank and now have a product to sell.
    I also have an 81 CM400C roller that will be the bike. I've been slowly figuring out all the modifications for the engine/trans. Things like running no balancers, closer ratio gearing in the trans, kick start only, Mega Cycle cam. I need to finish up some other projects first though so I'm just slowly accumulating bits and pieces
    I seem to have missed this post, is this still a project? Sounds like a cool idea.
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