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Thread: Anybody know where I can find a spec for a DB2 EF?

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    Default Anybody know where I can find a spec for a DB2 EF?

    I am looking (again) at a DB2 and believe the EF models were fitted with flatslides as standard.

    If so 39 or 41mm?

    Thanks

    Guy851

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    Not mine. Standard Mikuni CV carbs

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    And another gent here in town has an EF as well. His came with CV carbs.

    But they are US models, maybe the Euro units came with flatslides.

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    Default Flatslides

    Thanks guys

    I am still seeing information out there that the EF final edition models were flatslided

    And most of the DB2 specs say Mikuni carbs but some DB2's were also injected ..

    Confusion for me lookimg to get one but not sure which model to hunt

    A set of flatslides are not that expensive tho

    Guy851

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    Quote Originally Posted by guy851 View Post
    Thanks guys

    I am still seeing information out there that the EF final edition models were flatslided

    And most of the DB2 specs say Mikuni carbs but some DB2's were also injected ..

    Confusion for me lookimg to get one but not sure which model to hunt

    A set of flatslides are not that expensive tho

    Guy851
    they are if you go for Keihin FCR's someone on FB posted yesterday 1500 for a set of 41's

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    Default Db2 ef

    Well I went for the DB2 and like it a lot

    A few little things to sort before the rain stops.

    I have seen 41 FCR's new over here bit 1400 seems a lot of money so I will wait patiently for some to turn up. Perhaps little point unless I go the next steps and spark up the ignition a bit, fit high compression pistons or even a 944 kit

    In the meantime i went for a dynojet 2 kit for the CV's big K&N's and dumped the air box + its got nice open carbon cans - runs well on the dyno but not got it registered yet so no road run.

    Very compact and short kinda feels like a 250 but the real test will be a good ride

    Guy851

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    Aren't they kinda photogenic?

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    Good call and here are a couple of pictures

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    Nice mate, i fancy one of those myself!

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