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Air cleaner brackets

#1 PostAuthor: moizeau » Sat Oct 26, 2019 1:13 pm

Afternoon, could someone measure the angled brackets that hold my air filter in place please?
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No. 18 on the diagram, finally getting rid of the cheap cone filters :D
Everything else is ready, just fitted closer sized jets. The old ones were actually marked 'Solex 130' which measured 1.3mm, The 115's now in seem to be about 0.2 ish smaller and should work better with the Marving noisy git.
So just got to knock a couple of these up.
Thanks very much.
Pete

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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#2 PostAuthor: DavidZ1R » Sat Oct 26, 2019 4:33 pm

Z power do them, cheap enough
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#3 PostAuthor: moizeau » Sat Oct 26, 2019 5:27 pm

Cheers for the reply Dave, but I've searched many sites using the part number and description and have come up with zip, apart from 'out of stock' or 'not currently available' so I thought I'd make them. They're not complex parts, well hidden and the bike is far, far from original and mint. If you've got a link, that would be great. Just thought I could knock a couple up tomorrow.
Cheers again
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#4 PostAuthor: DavidZ1R » Sat Oct 26, 2019 7:24 pm

CB125 GT380 CB750F1 Z1R GPZ 750 Turbo Z1R

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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#5 PostAuthor: moizeau » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:48 pm

Not sure, just checked using the official numbers and cross referencing on Cradley's site. The one linked above come out as Z650 and one price, ,the other number, specifically for the ST comes up as 'nfp' but quotes a higher price?? It wouldn't be unheard of for the part to actually be the same with a different number and price depending on model. Saw it donkeys years ago with points for RS100 being the same as a Fizz but with a different number and 1/2 as much again.
The 650 part is 32070-038
The ST part is 11034-1333
Can anyone shed any light please?
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#6 PostAuthor: z1bman » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:22 pm

the bracket is longer on a st than a z650

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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#7 PostAuthor: moizeau » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:26 am

Thanks very much for the clarification. Looks like I'm back the original question then.
Does anyone have the dimensions? I could make them 'to suit' once everything else is in place, but sizes would be better. Primarily the distance between the mounting hole for the frame and the edge of the perpendicular part that slots in to the air box, so as not to put any unnecessary stresses anywhere?
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#8 PostAuthor: Philippe » Fri Nov 08, 2019 5:33 pm

Hi Pete
I'll measure them tomorrow!
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#9 PostAuthor: moizeau » Fri Nov 08, 2019 5:35 pm

Thanks Philippe, much appreciated.
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#10 PostAuthor: Philippe » Sat Nov 09, 2019 8:22 am

Hi Pete
as promised, the measurements with some pictures

thickness of the metal; 1,5 mm
longest part: 55 mm
shortest part: 37 mm
width: 24 mm
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the measurements are taken on the inside so you have to add 1,5 mm due to the thickness of the metal

I hope it's clear and that you can reproduce the parts
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#11 PostAuthor: moizeau » Sat Nov 09, 2019 12:40 pm

Cheers Philippe, that is great, of to make a couple right now.
Much appreciated.
Pete

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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#12 PostAuthor: moizeau » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:05 pm

Job done with the added bonus that they are made from Kawasaki steel. The original battery carrier that came with the bike had been hacked up, presumably to fit a larger battery, and was at hand.
And to completely embarrass myself, when you see the engineering work presented here, these are what were knocked up using an angle grinder, drill bit, hammer and a couple of files.
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Cheers for the measurements Philippe.
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Re: Air cleaner brackets

#13 PostAuthor: Philippe » Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:22 pm

Hi Pete
you did it! And as a bonus you made them from Kawasaki steel!
They'll fit pefectly.
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