Kawasaki KLR650

89-17

USA and world, including military models

 


Long Boy Extended Fuel Screw
$19.95
pn: CRZ-SCR-3518k2
 with  new screw, spring, washer and o-ring

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"Long Boy"

 Finger adjustable and screwdriver extended Fuel Screw assembly

Frustrated with trying to find an "almost 90 degree"  screwdriver to fine adjust your fuel screw for best idle and cruise?
Use Factory Pro's new "finger adjustable" fuel screw to adjust fuel screw for best throttle response. Traveling to high altitude? It's easy to lean out the lowend temporarily.

Make your life easier.

Installation:
Remove old short stock fuel screw, old o-ring, old washer and old spring. The o-ring might be stuck in the carb, so take a light and make sure it's really out  (or you can't find it after you took out the screw)
Use a small bent wire to pull it out if it doesn't drop out. Keep the old parts for "spares".

Screw assembly kit comes with:
  Long Boy fuel screw  CRZ-SCR-3518k2
new o-ring
new washer
new spring

              

Carb Recalibration Kits


CRB-K23-1.1-TI    
$79.95

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Ti ProKit

The BEST carb kit for the KLR!


This carb kit will boost power a bit at full throttle, and low and mid - improves throttle response - a lot smoother - warms up quicker. Definitely pulls harder out of 2nd and 3rd gear corners! Needle jet friendly Titanium needle and stainless steel carb screws -
Call direct 800 869-0497 to order or email.

Tools


TL-float height
gauge  
$59.95

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The only way to accurately measure float heights. Works on nearly every carburetor.

This Carb Recal Kit developed on the same EC997a Eddy Current dyno that developed the K59-1.7-RK ZX-6R RaceKit (Muzzy and Kinko's choice), the Y73-1.7-RK YZF750 (Vance and Hines choice), S37-1.7-RK GSXR750, Suzuki of France and most of America's privateer racers choice)...




 

 

Absolutely NO carb parts sold in California.

New and improved Suzuki Teka SFI  2

with new TPS display and "MMT" Memory Module Tuner

Finally - Quick, easy, cost effective Suzuki tuning with no expensive "add-on boxes"
Suzuki cruisers and sportbikes

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 USA and Canada

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Factory Pro
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San Rafael, CA 94903
USA

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The extension of the laboratory for engines of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology was completed in about 1935. Its architect was Rudolf Otto Salvisberg (1882-1940). He had a successful career in Berlin but returned to Switzerland after the advent of the Nazis. His architectural style was somewhat similar to that of Erich Mendelsohn. The staircase of the laboratory is in normal use but well preserved.
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