Yeah, the diaphragms are a shocker.fingaz said:Wow, that seems a bit silly, that price.
I bought a full rebuild kit for the CV carbs on my BMW and it included the diaphragms (easily replaced) and the kit per carb was well under $50 IIRC.
One reason I bought the 1973 CL350 I have is because I reasoned it is one of the most produced engines and bikes ever, and that either the factory, used sources or the aftermarket would have a generous supply of repair and maintenance parts for a reasonable cost.
Egads, looks like I may have been so very wrong. :shock:
Bird76Mojo said:I've suggested this before but never heard any results or if the person ever used this method. I'd try putting a ultra thin layer of a really flexible gasket maker on it. Such as blue or black Permatex.. As long as it's fuel resistant.