Issue: 19761201

Wednesday, December 1, 1976
December
12
True
15
Sunday, August 10, 2014
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Articles
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1,3
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0001.xml
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2
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ARTHUR FULMER
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ARTHUR FULMER
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0002.xml
masthead
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3
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Masthead
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0003.xml
tableOfContents
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CYCLE WORLD
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0004.xml
article
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4,90,94
DEPARTMENTS
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ROUND·UP
MORE TIME FOR LESS SOUND
ERRATA
WATCH FOR IT
THE PRICE OF ADMISSION
THE THRILL OF DECIBELS
KEEP PASSIN’ THROUGH
REMEMBER THE MARUSHO . . .
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Rare good news, at least for California motorcyclists. Due in no small part to persuasive efforts by the Motorcycle Industry Council, the California state legislature has approved a less stringent noise control law, and extended the time given the factories to meet the new limit.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0005.xml
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5
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HONDA: CB-125S
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HONDA
CB-125S
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0006.xml
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6
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ACCESSORY HOUSE, INC.: BATES
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ACCESSORY HOUSE, INC.
BATES
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0007.xml
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6
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CARR’S HONDA
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CARR’S HONDA
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0008.xml
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6
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AMERICAN TURBO-PAK
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AMERICAN TURBO-PAK
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0009.xml
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6
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0010.xml
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7
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Nippondenso of Los Angeles, inc.
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Nippondenso of Los Angeles, inc.
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0011.xml
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8,9
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Kawasaki: Z-1000
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Kawasaki
Z-1000
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0012.xml
article
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10,14,18,22
LETTERS
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LETTERS
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
SMILE WHEN YOU SAY THAT
A PAT FOR PABATCO
HOW DO YOU SPELL RELIEF?
A LITTLE HELP FROM A FRIEND
LEST WE FORGET
PLEASE TAKE PEN IN HAND
BICENTENNIAL BEAUTY
PSYCHED OUT
TAKE A LETTER
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In your Jan. ’76 issue you did quite an article on Yamaha’s TZ750 and the AMA’s ban on it. I am currently riding a Yamaha TA250 road race Twin in a Champion dirt track frame. You notice I said currently. As of Jan. 1, 1977, the AMA has banned this machine and all 360 Singles from professional dirt track competition.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0013.xml
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10
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0014.xml
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11
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Dodge: ‘77 Dodge Charger
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Dodge
‘77 Dodge Charger
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0015.xml
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12,13
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Bavarian Motor Works
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Bavarian Motor Works
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0016.xml
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14
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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AMERICAN MOTORCYCLE INSTITUTE
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0017.xml
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15
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0018.xml
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16,17
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SUZUKI: GS750
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SUZUKI
GS750
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0019.xml
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18
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MOTORCYCLE REPAIR
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NORTH AMERICAN SCHOOL OF MOTORCYCLE REPAIR
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0020.xml
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18
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Advertisements
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Circle Industries Dept.
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0021.xml
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19
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HONDALINE
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HONDALINE
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0022.xml
article
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20,21
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Demise of the British Industry, II
From The Inside . . .
And The Outside . . .
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Something about the British motorcycle creates emotion. Joe Scalzo’s “Demise of the British Industry" in Cycle World's September issue drew piles of mail, pro and con, from members of the motorcycle industry and from readers who own, used to own or plan to own a British bike.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0023.xml
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22
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SCOTT USA: SCOTT GOGGLES
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SCOTT USA
SCOTT GOGGLES
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0024.xml
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22
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G.B. Enterprises
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G.B. Enterprises
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0025.xml
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23
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Advertisement
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0026.xml
article
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24,26,98,99,102
DEPARTMENTS
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FEED BACK
GETTING HECKELED
BUT WASN’T IT WORTH WAITING FOR?
PARTING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW
GETTING KEYED UP
ZOOMING IN ON YAMAHA’S XS750D
GESUNDHEIT!
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Readers, as well as those involved in the motorcycle industry, are invited to have their say about motorcycles they own or have owned. Anything is fair game: performance, handling, reliability, service, parts availability, lovability, you name it.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0027.xml
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24
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MCM Manufacturing Co.
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MCM Manufacturing Co.
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0028.xml
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24,25
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HONDA
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HONDA
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0029.xml
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26
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D. LEWIS LTD.: Lewis Leathers
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D. LEWIS LTD.
Lewis Leathers
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0030.xml
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26
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CAPITAL CYCLE CORPORATION
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CAPITAL CYCLE CORPORATION
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0031.xml
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26
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LYNNWOOD HONDA
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LYNNWOOD HONDA
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0032.xml
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26
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N. Glassell St.
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N. Glassell St.
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0033.xml
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27
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CHAMPION
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CHAMPION
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0034.xml
review
28
28,29,30,31,32
Cycle World MX Test
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KTM 250 MC5
It’s expensive, but the Expert racer will find it’s money well-spent.
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KTM 250
$1850
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KTM. THE NAME either rings a bell or it doesn’t. If you know much about international motocross racing, then you know KTM is an Austrian firm that has earned a pretty solid reputation ... a reputation stemming from a number of prestigious motocross and ISDT victories around the world.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0035.xml
article
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33,34,35,36,37,38,39
TECHNICAL
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Comparative Specs For Leading Enduro and Dual-Purpose Bikes
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If you’re in the market for a dual-purpose or enduro machine, the comparative chart presented here should be a great help. It will make you aware of all the brands and models available in the major displacement categories and give you the opportunity to compare features that are not included in typical sales brochures.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0036.xml
article
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40,41,42,43,44,45,83,84,85
FEATURES
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Pro Techniques For Off-Road Riding
This Month: Proper Bike Preparation And Cost-Saving Maintenance Tips
SAVE MONEY
WHEELS AND TIRES
CHAIN AND SPROCKET CARE
SUSPENSION
EXHAUST PIPE
HANDLEBARS
AIR FILTER
IGNITION
CABLES AND WIRES
MISCELLANEOUS
SAFETY WIRING AND CEMENTING
TOOLS AND SPARES
PERSONAL GEAR
SERVICE AFTER ONE RIDE OR 100 MILES
SERVICE AFTER FIVE RIDES OR 500 MILES
SERVICE AFTER TEN RIDES OR 1000 MILES
SEASONAL REPAIRS
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Russ Darnell
The trailing or racing effort of the best dirt rider can be negated by simple mechanical failure. Almost completing a trail loop or leading an entire race can be very frustrating if you break down two miles from the truck. This becomes particularly significant when you realize that much of this mechanical trouble can be avoided by thorough preparation.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0037.xml
article
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46,47,48,49,50
COMPETITION
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THE INDY DOUBLE-HEADER
As Usual, Harley Had A Lock On The Mile. But This Time The Results Were Twice As Significant.
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D. Randy Riggs
THE SEASON WAS STILL young as Harley-Davidson team rider and dirt track specialist Corky Keener turned his thoughts to the final segment of the AMA National calendar. Specifically, he was thinking of not one, but two Mile dirt track Nationals, both run within the narrow confines of a single 24-hour period.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0038.xml
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51
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J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.: Salem
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J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Salem
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0039.xml
article
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52,53
COMPETITION
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ANATOMY OF A CLAIM
Rumors Have Floated Around Since May That Kenny Roberts’ OW72 Yamaha Would Be Claimed. At The First Of Two Indy Mile Nationals, Rumor Was Transformed Into Fact.
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D. Randy Riggs
AS MIKE KIDD, Jay Springsteen and Rex Beauchamp were showing their pearly whites in the winners' circle of the Saturday night Indy Mile National, a lesser known rider by the name of Sam Ingram was searching out Central Regional AMA referee Duke Oliges, and he had the fat sum of $3500 in his hip pocket.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0040.xml
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54,55
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Advertisements
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FORD
Cruising Van.
FORD
Pinto Cruising Wagon.
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0041.xml
review
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56,57,58,59,60,61,86,87
Cycle World Road Test
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KAWASAKI KZ1000
The fastest production bike we’ve tested now handles better, is quieter, and burns less fuel. In short, bigger is better.
KAWASAKI
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KAWASAKI
KZ1000
$2575
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IT’S LONELY at the top. Also risky. Four years ago Kawasaki unleashed a secret weapon, the 903cc Z1, and with one stunning model scooped up all the prizes for speed and power and muscle and status, while the former kings muttered about only 750cc or only two cylinders.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0042.xml
article
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62,63,64,65,66,67
Troubleshooting Carburetors:
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How They Work And Why
CARBURETOR DESCRIPTION
OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION
FLOAT MECHANISMS
VENTURI PRINCIPLE
APPLICATION OF VENTURI PRINCIPLE
FIXED-VENTURI CARBURETORS
IDLE CIRCUIT
OFF-IDLE (LOW-SPEED) CIRCUIT
MAIN CIRCUIT
COLD STARTING
ACCELERATOR PUMPS
SLIDE CARBURETORS IDLE CIRCUIT
INTERMEDIATE CIRCUIT
HIGH-SPEED CIRCUIT
COLD STARTING PROVISIONS
LECTRON CARBURETOR: MODIFIED SLIDE
VACUUM-OPERATED CARBURETORS
IDLE CIRCUIT
OFF-IDLE CIRCUIT
INTERMEDIATE CIRCUIT
HIGH-SPEED CIRCUIT
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Len Vucci
MOTORCYCLE CARBURETORS are interesting devices that pose some intriguing problems. The average owner begins by regarding the carb as sort of magic, an intricate mechanism understood only by the wizards at the dealership. The next step is to consider the carb a cure-all, secret switch that, if fondled correctly, can take care of any tuning problem.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0043.xml
review
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68,69,70,71,72
Cycle World Enduro Test
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KAWASAKI KD125 AND KD175
Two bikes an expert will buy... for somebody else to ride.
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KD125
$611
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KD175
$719
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THIS IS A test report that asks and answers the question, “Is there such a thing as a truly good foo-foo bike?” Yes. Here are two truly good examples of that exercise in marketing: the Kawasaki KD125 and the Kawasaki KD175. The foo-foo label is used as a description rather than as an insult.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0044.xml
article
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73,74
FEATURES
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British Spoken Here
Encouraging words and advice for all of us who refuse to let the sun set on English bikes
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Allan Girdler
By any rational analysis there should be no demand for British motorcycles. In terms of pennies-per-mile, cost accounting, annual depreciation, ease of service, maybe even in terms of viable daily transportation, the British bike is out of contention.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0045.xml
article
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74,75
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British
BIKE SPECIALISTS
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Big D. Cycle 3600 W. Davis Dallas, TX 75211 (214) 339-0144 Big D bills itself as “strictly Triumph” and as having anything for Triumph models dating back to 1962. They handle mail order, with an emphasis on competition items and things like exhaust systems and big-bore kits for Tridents.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0046.xml
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PRODUCT EVALUATION
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New Ideas in Tires
YOKOHAMA ROAD FLASH TIRES
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ANYONE WHO HAS ridden a motorcycle long enough to run through the original set of tires knows the names Goodyear, Avon. Pirelli, Michelin and Continental. Recently, however, Yokohama has introduced a new line of tires for large-displacement roadsters.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0047.xml
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77
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Advertisements
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CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0048.xml
article
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78,79,82
DEPARTMENTS
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RACE WATCH
Howerton and Hannah happen, Springer bounces into 1st
H-D DOES IT
LADIES, START YOUR ENGINES!
A FULL HOUSE
VICTORY FOR HOWERTON AND HUSQVARNA
OUT SCOUTING
HANNAH HEADS 125 STANDINGS
TROPHEE DES NATIONS MX
SUPER SIGN-UP
POWDERPUFF TAKES A POWDER . . . PERMANENTLY
BAKER TURNS ON THE HEAT
POLISH SPEEDWAY NO JOKE
WERNER WRENCHES FOR WINNERS
ALL-TIME CHAMPIONS
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Road racing’s World Championship action has cooled off for the year in Europe, but not without a final fling. The hotly contested 250 and 350 titles were finally wrapped up by Italian Walter Villa, the Harley-Davidson factory rider on the continent.
CycleWorld_19761201_0015_012_0049.xml
review
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80,81,103,105
DEPARTMENTS
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NEW MODELS & PRODUCTS
ROLL WITH THE SOCKS
TIE ONE ON
TO TITILLATE THE TOURER
BOOTY AND SOLE
FOR THAT LIGHTHEADED FEELING
FIT A FAIRING
GET THE SKYWAY BLAST
MISSING LINKS?
GEMINI TWINS
DASH IT ALL!
HERE’S THE SCOOP
JACK BE NIMBLE
PICK A PECK OF PIPES
Full House
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Full House
ROLL WITH THE SOCKS
$5.95
New Tony D. motocross socks are now available from Full House, manufacturer/ distributor of motorcycle parts and accessories. Tony D. Socks feature extra length—23 inches from heel to top. This added length gives the cyclist plenty of sock to roll over his boot or pull up over the knees for added protection. The socks boast a thick and highly absorbent 80-percent orlon and 20-percent nylon construction. Available colors are red, blue, gold and orange in one size: 10-13. Suggested retail is $5.95. Write to Full House, Dept. CW-12, P.O. Box 160, Cornwells Heights, PA 19020.
Full House
TIE ONE ON
$9.95
From Ancra, the motorcycle tie-down maker, comes a new, lower priced tiedown set. They are constructed of 2000pound-test polypropylene webbing, and are available in blue only at a suggested retail price of $9.95 per set. “Ancra Blue” tie-downs are already in stock at Ancra distributors’ throughout the United States and Canada. For the name of the distributor nearest you, write to Motorsports Division, Ancra Corp., Dept. CW-12, 133 Center St., E1 Segundo, CA 90245. Telephone: (213) 322-7365.
Full House
TO TITILLATE THE TOURER
$169.95
Attention Honda GL1000 Gold Wing owners. G.E.M. Products has an all-new ring and pinion gear set designed to provide a final drive ratio that is more in keeping with the demands of the touring motorcyclist and today’s reduced speed limits. These gears change the standard 3.4:1 ratio to a more usable 4.0:1 ratio. The change provides for easier standing starts and less strain on the clutch with heavily loaded touring bikes, plus improved passing ability without the need of downshifting. Manufactured to precision tolerances from the finest grade of aircraft-quality chrome nickel steel, these gear sets have been heat-treated to ensure a maximum service life. Supplied only in matched sets, these gears are run-in with lapping compound to further ensure quiet running and proper tooth contact patterns. Priced at $169.95 per matched set, gear sets are in stock and available now for immediate delivery. Contact G.E.M. Products, Dept. CW-12, 496 E. St. Charles Road, Carol Stream, IL 60187. Telephone: (312) 653-1800.
Full House
BOOTY AND SOLE
$39.95
Full House
FOR THAT LIGHTHEADED FEELING
Heavy news from Shoei is the Superlight S-25 helmet, newly designed to be the lightest full-face fiberglass helmet on the market. Initially, the Shoei Superlight will be available in white, orange, blue, red, yellow and black, with contrasting designed stripes. Besides the standard small through extra large sizes, the S-25 will also be available in an extra small size for the younger rider. Even with its reduced weight for added comfort, the S-25 is still said to meet or exceed all state and federal safety requirements. Additional information can be yours by contacting Shoei Safety Helmet Corp., Dept. CW-12. 1717 Pontius St., Los Angeles, CA 90025. Telephone: (213) 4776051.
Full House
FIT A FAIRING
If it’s a fairing you’re looking for, Vetter now makes two new hardware kits to fit the Yamaha XS750 and the Kawasaki 900 LTD., which are available immediately through the Vetter Fairing Company. Windjammer III now fits more than 35 different motorcycles and comes in your choice of silver, white or black. The standard Windjammer comes complete with 12-volt headlight, clear windshield, side reflectors, completely illustrated instructions and all necessary hardware. For further information write or call: Vetter Fairing Company, Dept. CW-12, Rantoul, IL 61866. Telephone: (217) 8939300.
Full House
GET THE SKYWAY BLAST
$11.95
Skyway Recreation Products wants to put a blast of fresh air into your front suspension system and smooth out bumps and whoop-de-doos. Gone is the guess-work of properly setting up air-oil forks. Skyway Air Spring Fork Caps come with a handy chart that explains in a simple, easy-to-understand way how to calculate the proper amount of oil for the compression ratio you desire. Skyway promises you’ll glide on compressed air for the smoothest ride you’ve ever experienced. The skyway system for Honda CRs retails for $11.95 with circlip fork caps. For Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki off-roaders the price is $14.95. See your local dealer or write to Skyway Recreation Products, Dept. CW-12, 12300 Gladstone Ave., San Fernando, CA 91342. Telephone: (213) 365-3172.
Full House
MISSING LINKS?
Want the chain that comes standard on most Japanese and many U.S. and European motorcycles? In case you D.I.D.N.’T. know, it’s D.I.D. chain, made by Daido Corp., also manufacturers of rims and spokes. D.I.D. chains feature shouldered bushings, shouldered pins, solid rollers, and are pre-stretched. The result, says Daido, is increased chain life and performance. For full information on the D.I.D. line, contact Daido Corp., Dept. CW-12, 885 Centennial Ave., Piscataway, NJ 08854.
Full House
GEMINI TWINS
Full House
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$6.95
Glatt International, Inc. has “seen its way clear” to introduce the Gemini 2000 face shield which sports a self-locking dual-lens system. It is constructed of heavy duty, high-grade, U.V.-stabilized, scratchresistant Lexan. Each lens will stay locked in position until unlocked by simply pulling slightly forward before relocating it. This easy, one-hand operation enables the wearer to switch to an alternate lens while riding. It is also good for desert riding and snowmobiles because of the extreme high and low temperature durability. The Gemini attaches to all motorcycle helmets, including those with chin protectors. The Gemini 2000 dual-lens shield retails for $6.95. Dealer inquiries are invited. For your own interest, contact Glatt International, Inc., Dept. CW-12, P.O. Box 51, East Rutherford, NY 07073.
Full House
DASH IT ALL
$29.95
Radiomate is a radio bracket that fits most Honda motorcycles and will accommodate a C.B. radio, A.M.-F.M. radio, cassette player or stereo tape deck. It is claimed to be shock-resistant, custom-fitting and easy to install, with just two bolts, on your handlebar assembly. Radiomate has been contoured to ride on your existing speedometer and tachometer without vibration (1). Also included is Radiomate’s new “Dash-it, Stash-it.” assembly (2) for quick release of your radio and fast snap-in installation. Radiomate retails for $29.95. For more information contact Adapt Engineering, Dept. CW-12, 15631 Tustin Village Way, Tustin CA 92680, (714) 542-7135, or your nearest Honda dealer.
Full House
HERE’S THE SCOOP
$ 18.95
Yoshimura R&D of America is now selling an easy-mount air scoop for use with Lockhart oil coolers. The scoop allows mounting of a Lockhart cooler on the lower triple clamp of air-cooled, four-cylinder Hondas and Kawasakis. The scoop forces air through the cooler, improving its efficiency. The Yoshimura R&D of America air scoop is hand-made of aluminum, polished on the outside and painted gold on the inside. It comes complete with all necessary oil lines, brackets and ties, and retails for $ 18.95 from Yoshimura R&D of America, Dept. CW-12, 5517 Cleon Ave., North Hollywood, CA 91603. (213) 9852331.
Full House
JACK BE NIMBLE
$19.95
Now there’s a new way to get your motorcycle off the ground. The Hart Cycle Jack lifts bikes so that anything on them can be easily reached. When it’s placed at the balance point of the motorcycle, either end can be lifted with two fingers. Great for all maintenance and repairs. The Cycle Jack is constructed of highstrength tubular steel and has a tough, rubber center pad for chrome pipe protection. Model E-400 for enduro and off-road bikes has a maximum weight capacity of 400 pounds and retails for $19.95. Model S-600 for street machines has a capacity of 600 pounds and sells for $21.95. Inquiries and orders should be directed to Hart Cycle Jack Co., Dept. CW-12, 2774 S. Pierce St. Denver, CO 80227. Add $2 for postage and handling when ordering.
Full House
PICK A PECK OF PIPES
Bill Wirges, Inc. has all-new highand low-mount exhaust pipes for Kawasaki KX250s and 400s. Designed to provide an increase in usable power, these direct-replacement pipes are supplied complete with welded-on mounting brackets. Available now, the KX250-400 pipes offer the exclusive Bill Wirges sounddeadening rear-cone baffle and muffled rear section that ensure quiet performance. For additional information on this and other Kawasaki-related accessories, write or call: Bill Wirges, Inc., Dept. CW-12, Box 408 Route 2, Princeton. IL 61356. (815) 875-3356.
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