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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-09-2017, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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Broken Bracket

Hello everyone. I picked up a '96 Vulcan 80. The bike sat for 4 years so the first thing I did was take apart the carb. While taking everything apart, I noticed the bracket below was broken. Does anyone know where I can find a replacement?

Also, where can I find the gasket seen on the adapter to the Hypercharger? I see Kuryakyn has one on their website but I didn't know if it could be found anywhere else.

Thanks for the help!
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 08-10-2017, 02:49 AM
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Hi! Sorry for the loss
You can try to search it using part numbers. So, if You have a VN800A, then the plate part number is 13270-1388. Don't forget about a small damper 92160-1605. It holds the carb in its place and prevents vacuum leaks at manifold.
https://www.motorcyclespareparts.eu/...er-582188.aspx
I don't know anything about that gasket. Seems like it's far from original
Depends on location, any bike part can be bouht here: https://www.motorcyclespareparts.eu/
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By the way, I would make such a gasket by myself. All You need is a flat technical rubber or an old car tire tube Just draw it and cut it
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Thanks tehnis! Great info! I'll be placing my order shortly!

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Where are You from? If You will order from that motorcyclespareparts.eu, be sure to check shipping costs first!
If You are in the USA, probably it will be worth to search for another shop.
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Yeah I'm in the US but, having that graphic of the parts and their numbers I was able to do a google search.

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Great! Good luck at ordering!
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Yup, I have the same issue with my hyper charger from kuryakyn. Did you make them yourself?


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Actually, I have everything on stock. I just said, I would make such a gasket myself if I would need one
If You have no technical rubber, try an old tire tube rubber. Theoretically, It should also be OK. It will not be affected by excessive heat or direct fuel.
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Morning tehnis. I was actually asking op if he had done it with the hypercharger. There are 4 pieces that all require a gasket to attach the hyperchatger. I have had mine about 4 years and during a carb rebuild, noticed it was time for new gaskets.

Also, SidNoble, are you having Ny issues with the hypercharger? My intake (flaps?) have stopped closing. I hear it's a common problem.


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