Endurance – Kawasaki officially enters the endurance world championship – Used KAWASAKI

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Wobble candidate: In windy conditions, working with such a large brightener is not entirely without it.

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Six correct ones: The motorcycle icons of the 70s.

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The Benelli 750 SEI.

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The round has to go into the square: Aesthetes bump into some design gimmicks from the De Tomaso era.

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Throttle after the valve: three carburettors with forked intake ports for six cylinders are not suitable for high peak performance.

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The Honda CB 750 Four with its characteristic exhaust is still convincing today with its reliability.

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Many thanks to Peter-Paul Pietsch, motorcycle management, who kindly gave us his gem.

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The finely tuned Dellortos are reserved for the R 90 S..

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Nice stern with the model designation.

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Lush instruments with voltmeter and clock.

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Many thanks to Hans-Peter Krause for providing the R 90 S.

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Spartan: speedometer and tachometer are enough.

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Getting used to: The precisely operable four-speed gearbox on the right-hand side.

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The reverse circuit diagram of the Norton.

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We would like to thank Stephan Heigl, who made his Norton available to us.

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A sight that H2 fans love: the asymmetrical exhaust system is the hallmark of the wild Kawa.

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You rarely turn to the red area.

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We thank Klaus Limbächer for the kind loan of the Kawasaki H2 (www.limbaecher.de).

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Still convincing today with reliability and a clear cockpit.

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Full commitment: the photographer can also be laid on the bench for beautiful pictures.

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The motorcycle icons at a glance.

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We shivered a lot in the biting cold and the biting wind.

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It was by no means as warm as it appears in the picture in the south of France.

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The huge water cooler ensures thermal well-being and is also the trademark of the GT.

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The developers found space for a gear indicator between the speedometer and the rev counter.

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The GT 750 was kindly given to us by Jürgen Deeß from the water buffalo club (www.wasserbueffel-club.de).

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The float, needle valve, seal and hose are stored separately.

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The same float chamber after the ultrasonic bath in citric acid.

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A lot of hard dirt adorns the float chambers and nozzles.

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The boss’s water buffalo: The Suzuki GT 750 – without a tank, but with a fuel bottle.

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The boss’s water buffalo: The Suzuki GT 750 – without a tank, but with a fuel bottle.

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The boss’s water buffalo: The Suzuki GT 750. In the following you can see photos of the MOTORCYCLE trip with Suzuki GT 750, Kawasaki 750 H2, Benelli 750 Sei, Honda CB 750 Four, Norton Commando 750 Roadster, BMW R 90 S:

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Here you will get help: Acid ultrasonic bath for sensitive metal parts.

When the editor-in-chief works on his Suzuki GT 750

Water buffalo drives, even without a tank!

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What to do if it’s raining outside and the paintwork isn’t finished yet? You can deal extensively with carburetors, for example.

Gut that the three carburettors of the richly contaminated water buffalo from editor-in-chief Pfeiffer still offer enough material for fulfilling craft evenings.

After all: The ultrasound device finally acquired for MOTORRAD Classic makes such work much easier. With a bright, whirring sound, the high-frequency excited liquid attacks everything that is not really metal.

And cleans even the most dodgy swimmer chambers very well manner. Instead of tedious scraping and scratching, comfortable bathing and watching.

After five minutes in the acid bath, the equal-pressure mikunis shine again. Nozzles, floats, sliders and membranes reinstalled and put on the intake manifold, air filter on and off the Luzi! Probably not, because the idle throttle and pulling play have to be adjusted first.

20 steps for two cylinders

Thanks to the external fuel bottle, the engine can finally make its first pounding. Twenty kicks on the kickstarter and at least two of the three cylinders are babbling away with a stinking smell. The middle one just doesn’t want to. Clear case: there has to be a load! Only then will the diaphragm-controlled slides move properly.

What to do, the tank is still with the painter Löblein? Test drive with the bottle slung around your neck and be careful. After a few meters, the middle cylinder reports back with a loud bang. Euphoria breaks out: the first few meters can finally be tackled, albeit in the underground car park. The clutch and gearshift work, the engine pulls through to some extent. The right cylinder is still smoking. Which is probably wrong there?

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