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72 TM 400 Hubs I have 3 72 TM400 Hubs. I have two fronts and a rear, the rear is missing the brake hub but still has the sprocket and rubber inserts the fronts are all there

ejcj76jeep
Feb 25
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Re: Anyone have a spare TM400 Ignition Coil for sale?  would see if one off a TS250 or TS400 woukd work. Should be easier to find. Try Andersons vintage suzuki he carries a lot of parts for the older bikes/ From:

Robert Kemp
Feb 23
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14029

Re: Anyone have a spare TM400 Ignition Coil for sale? looks like one on fleabay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-TM400-eletrical-/181670848212?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item2a4c6d26d4&vxp=mtr From:

d v
Feb 23
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14028

Anyone have a spare TM400 Ignition Coil for sale? Just completing my TM400 project but have found my coil is dead. If anyone has a NOS or good working coil I greatly appreciate some help with this elusive OEM

mcgillicutty35z
Feb 23
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I can bore that cylinder. I have a Kwikway bar. Give me a call. Terry from Adams Vintage Racing 435-753-3709 On Tue, Feb 17, 2015 at 10:41 AM, Robert Kemp

Terry Adams
Feb 17
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I would take it to the dealership and ask them who they use to do their cylinder boring.I know a lot of shops do their own and should be able to do it or point

Robert Kemp
Feb 17
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho sounds like the guy who said get the second oversize, only wants to help. if you buy first over, and it doesn’t clean up, you have an expensive ashtray. the

joe Broussard
Feb 16
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I got some time to work on the 90 today. Pulled the right and left case covers. Clutch and plates look good visually, will measure, but I did break 1 tang on

dadrider
Feb 16
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14023

Hand grip for TM Hello, I have an NOS throttle grip ready to trade for a left side NOS grip. I believe this part is correct for a 1973 to 1975 TM  bike. Thanks!  Jeff Hello,

Jeff Bockus
Feb 6
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho taking 1mm off the head, to increase compression, is a direct route to ruining a good rod. widening the ex port, will decrease the life of the rings, polishing

joe Broussard
Feb 5
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14021

Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I would suggest milling the head to provide .040 to .050 squish clearance.I would also clean, polish and widen the exhaust port as mentioned. I would clean

wayne boyd
Feb 5
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14020

Re: 71 TS90J Honcho forgot you cant rework the piston as it is a rotary disk intake. Sorry mind is getting slow in older age From: "Robert Kemp robert.kemp58@... [tmsuzuki]"

Robert Kemp
Feb 5
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I think what we are all basically saying is yes you can hop it up but the average rider will probably not notice the difference. Will thee bike run better YES.

Robert Kemp
Feb 5
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I guess we will agree to disagree. I will simply take my 40 years of experience and education and you will take yours and we will draw different conclusions.

Rick Becker
Feb 5
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Re: 71 TS90J Honcho I think your right. polishing the ports, can improve the gas flow, at peak rpm, a very small amount, how long does one ride there? for one percent? certainly

joe Broussard
Feb 5
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