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I pulled out a spare GSXR petcock and it measures up just as yours and its the same as the 73 Suzuki GT750 two stroke . Image


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Suzukidave wrote:
I pulled out a spare GSXR petcock and it measures up just as yours and its the same as the 73 Suzuki GT750 two stroke . Image


Thank you!

I just ordered one of your auction. (I'm presuming it's your auction???)

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Oh my , thats not mine but you could have purchased one at Suzuki for about $4.50 .


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Thanks Dave for the advice. The o-ring came in and it was a perfect fit. I checked with my local dealer and they wanted $10.00 ea. A tad more here in Canada apparently. Will post some pics if I get the bike back together soon. Minus 30 deg. Celsius, right now, so a tad chilly for bike work...


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It is here minus 17 deg. celcius, and we think it is cold overhere....

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It is here minus 17 deg. celcius, and we think it is cold overhere....

Oh, I didnt include the wind chill, which is always good for another ,10-15 deg. cel. below the current temp. :shock:


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Id be interested to know if the filter on the tap is also the same could anyone confirm

as my rg500 onr is a bit battered and torn on the gauze, agian this part isnt listed seperatly on rg parts list


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Do you have a picture and measurements as i could compare that to my GSXR one ?


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here are a few pics of my rg petrol tap. the guy who sold it to me was very clever taking photos at the angles as not to show damage. as you see the filter part is us along with the seal.

http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m141 ... CF4130.jpg
http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m141 ... CF4128.jpg
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http://i103.photobucket.com/albums/m141 ... CF4125.jpg


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Id be interested to know if the filter on the tap is also the same could anyone confirm

as my rg500 onr is a bit battered and torn on the gauze, agian this part isnt listed seperatly on rg parts list


Fortunetely mines still in good shape. But if they are the same, I'll look at getting one as well.

I ended up using the new o-ring, but also cutting out some rubber from an inner tube. Trimmed it so it was the same shape as the petcock. And cut holes for the filter/botls. So far not leaking. Let the tank sit for a week with fuel in it. I now have a spare fuel petcock o-ring. So if anyone needs let me know.

Thanks for all the help!


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