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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 01:09 AM Thread Starter
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does any company sell a master rebuild kit

ive searched for a while and cant find a master rebuild kit for a 2000 gsxr 750 does any body know of a company that sells one or will i have to ball it all piece by piece
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-16-2019, 06:17 AM
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https://www.mrcycles.com/oemparts/a/...aster-cylinder

You need part 2 and 4 (4 is probably optional, but based on age, I'd do it).
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I'm thinking, going by his other post, he is looking for an engine rebuild kit...

My bet is, that if you CALL a supplier, a good parts guy could get you dialed in with all you need. May even be able to get a "package" price...

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I saw master and assumed master cylinder.

On that topic, when I've had a large parts order, I put together a list of part numbers and descriptions and emailed the sales guys at MR Cycles. I got a pretty good discount.
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thankyou really want to keep the bike but it has lits of problems, using too much oil a valve sounds like it is ready to let loose and the damn stva problem to name a few and plastics are all cracked by the way ove been a forum member for like 4 yes but had to redo member ship cause old one wouldnt let me in after admin reset my password
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thankyou really want to keep the bike but it has lits of problems, using too much oil a valve sounds like it is ready to let loose and the damn stva problem to name a few and plastics are all cracked by the way ove been a forum member for like 4 yes but had to redo member ship cause old one wouldnt let me in after admin reset my password
Sounds like you might be thinking about selling it? Where are you located?

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The STVA problem isn't a problem if it's fixed right. I've only done several thousand, but what do I know.....

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dude whats with the attitude i never said anything about your knowledge of the stva or lack there of if i read your post out of context I apologize
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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if i replace all the valves can i use all new shims or do i still have to measure clearances (read that as i HATE math)
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dude whats with the attitude i never said anything about your knowledge of the stva or lack there of if i read your post out of context I apologize
LoL he literally is the guy who invented the solution.


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if i replace all the valves can i use all new shims or do i still have to measure clearances (read that as i HATE math)
Use the new shims and then measure to confirm that you are in spec afterwards. That's the simplest way to do it. I also hate math too.

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if i replace all the valves can i use all new shims or do i still have to measure clearances (read that as i HATE math)
If you replace anything in the system, you have to measure clearances shim accordingly. You can use all new shims, but how would you know what size to put in without measuring?
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then i guess i can add a Good set of calipers to the list and feeler gauges too
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Well, if you decide to sell, let me know. You are within reach, and if the price is right, I'm interested...

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