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Yeah it will fit 250's also, as long as its the older 250 and not the integral head 250. Unless you're absolutely set on that look of 3 single barrels, I would go with the 4 bbl setup. Triple the carbs, equals triple the problems IMO.
 

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Yeah it will fit 250's also, as long as its the older 250 and not the integral head 250. Unless you're absolutely set on that look of 3 single barrels, I would go with the 4 bbl setup. Triple the carbs, equals triple the problems IMO.
X2 and finding three good carbs could be a challenge.
 

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Well I have never run 3 carbs on a straight six, but my bike has 4 cylinders and 4 carbs and man is it a pain in the a. They have to be vacuum balanced tune and cleaned all the time. Then synched. If they are anything like that, walk away unless your dead set one it. just not worth the effort IMO.
 

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I build my own stuff and I have had others send me their set-ups and Built linkage for them. But It's not really all that had to do.
AND That is a Starting BID for the Email set-up. at 300.
 

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I plan on running 3 monojets on my 6, so when the time comes, I'll tackle that. Until then, like Larry said, it shouldn't be too hard. It's just getting the outboards to come in at the right time - kinda like a big spread out mechanical 4-barrel.

It should just take some adjustments and a bit of tinkering.

Best of luck, and I'll definitely eb watching this thread.

-Sam.
 
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