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#1 Datsun240Z

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Posted 2009-07-09 19:10:05

anybody know what carb brand and size is standard fitted on this model?

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Posted 2009-07-10 17:07:37

Some Thai people out here who know? Khrap :)

#3 BigBikeBKK

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Posted 2009-07-10 20:29:19

I've never seen a Farang on a Boss...

No doubt Kawasaki could answer your question:

Kawasaki Motors Enterprise (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.

129 Rama 9 Road., Kwaeng Huay-Kwang , Khet Huay-Kwang , Bangkok 10310 Thailand.

Tel : +66-2247 7935-38

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Posted 2009-07-10 23:37:55

I've never seen a Farang on a Boss...

No doubt Kawasaki could answer your question:

Kawasaki Motors Enterprise (Thailand) Co.,Ltd.

129 Rama 9 Road., Kwaeng Huay-Kwang , Khet Huay-Kwang , Bangkok 10310 Thailand.

Tel : +66-2247 7935-38



Then you never seen me.. but i dont know what kind of carb is in there im not a mechanic.

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Posted 2009-07-11 16:29:47

Hey Rob, maybe you can call those guys and ask? Or ask at a local garage.

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Posted 2009-07-15 09:39:53

anybody know what carb brand and size is standard fitted on this model?



The brand of the carb is Mikuni the size may depend on the year. I think they changed it for the newer models. Not much help I know but if you want to order a new one, get it from a Kawasaki main dealer in Thailand as it's an Asian model.

BTW the boss is ridden by many farangs, it's so much better than the Phancy Phantom, I have a long list I could mention.

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Posted 2011-10-06 12:58:14

Hey Rob, maybe you can call those guys and ask? Or ask at a local garage.



kawasaki boss carb is Mikuni BSR 30

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Posted 2011-10-06 19:02:17

anybody know what carb brand and size is standard fitted on this model?



The brand of the carb is Mikuni the size may depend on the year. I think they changed it for the newer models. Not much help I know but if you want to order a new one, get it from a Kawasaki main dealer in Thailand as it's an Asian model.

BTW the boss is ridden by many farangs, it's so much better than the Phancy Phantom, I have a long list I could mention.



If the Phantom owners had tried out a Boss first, they would have never bought the Phantom. I loved my Boss and loved the fact that my friends and their Phantoms couldn't keep up with the smaller Boss.

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Posted 2011-10-07 01:50:23


anybody know what carb brand and size is standard fitted on this model?



The brand of the carb is Mikuni the size may depend on the year. I think they changed it for the newer models. Not much help I know but if you want to order a new one, get it from a Kawasaki main dealer in Thailand as it's an Asian model.

BTW the boss is ridden by many farangs, it's so much better than the Phancy Phantom, I have a long list I could mention.



If the Phantom owners had tried out a Boss first, they would have never bought the Phantom. I loved my Boss and loved the fact that my friends and their Phantoms couldn't keep up with the smaller Boss.





175cc? Really? Come on gays, why not at least go for a 900cc? :jap:







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Posted 2011-10-07 10:03:32

I had a Boss for 4 years, loved it, sold it to another Farang who was very happy with it. Had a Phantom now for 4 years, happy with that too. Both bikes do and did all that I ask of them and more. Did have pangs to move up to a Steed or a Shadow but talked myself out of it.

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Posted 2011-10-07 23:20:35

Go for it, it's worth it. But only if you live in the Styx, as a bigger bike will just be hot iron between your legs in the traffic...

#12 aitch52

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Posted 2011-10-08 12:04:21

A bit of both Cap'n live in the styx work in the city. I have given it a lot of thought and at this time it would not be sensible to move up. In the future perhaps I wil. Cheers amd happy trails.





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