Thanks for the replies
Ill see if i can get hold of the carbs then
Also 73z1 If i only bought parts that would fit my bike, then where would the challenge be?
I just simply wonder if it can be done in a resonable way or if Im better off holding my horses and wait for a set already spaced for the Kz750.
Carbs can be very funny animals to deal with. One slight error, or miscalculation can cause all sorts of grief and problems requiring additional work. Something as simple as an air or vacum leak can create hours spent trying to locate the problem. Then of course you have to be able to decide if the modded carbs are the problem or is it something else. I can appreciate the fact that you want to save money in difficult times, but sometimes people can be pennywise and pound foolish. My feelings are to use the correct items for your bike even if it means having to wait until you have the money to spend on the right stuff. Others may or may not agree, but I hate trying to fix problems that I have created just to save a few bucks. Some of the best advice I ever received from this forum was to always use OEM parts whenever possible with few exceptions. Just my two cents worth.
Never worked with any CR29's, but from the photos I looked at they have the same features as the CR33's that I have had on my bikes since back in 1982.
The two brackets that hold the carbs in place have elongated slots. These carbs can be made to fit numerous bikes just by sliding the carbs to different locations. Same with the throttle shaft that raises the slides. It also has extra drilled holes in case you have to move the slide arms that are connected to the throttle shaft. Once you get the carbs mounted to your motor, the only thing left is the jetting. The CR's are easy to change any part when it comes to rejetting!!!
You work off of carb #2 when you start spacing your carbs out to fit your motor. I took a set of CR33's that were set up for a 1000 Ninja motor, and I moved the carbs out to fit an early Kz1000 motor without buying one extra part!!!!!!!
You can see the slotted brackets in this photo real well
1972 H2 750 Cafe Racer built in 1974.
1976 KH400 Production Road Racer.
1979 Kz1000 MK. II Old AMA/WERA Superbike.
1986 RG500G 2 stroke terror.
1986 GSXR750RG The one with the clutch that rattles!
Up in the hills near Prescott, Az.
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