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Posted 2009-07-09 19:10:05
anybody know what carb brand and size is standard fitted on this model?
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
Posted 2009-07-10 23:37:55
Then you never seen me.. but i dont know what kind of carb is in there im not a mechanic.
Posted 2009-07-11 16:29:47
Hey Rob, maybe you can call those guys and ask? Or ask at a local garage.
Posted 2009-07-15 09:39:53
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.
Posted 2011-10-06 12:58:14
kawasaki boss carb is Mikuni BSR 30
Posted 2011-10-06 19:02:17
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.
Posted 2011-10-07 01:50:23
175cc? Really? Come on gays, why not at least go for a 900cc?
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.
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...
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.