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Could try to Y the feed from the tank and Y the discharge to the carbs. So you'd have a parallel fuel circuit with the electric pump hidden and operating only when you want it.

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Hmmmmmm that gives me some idea on what I might do to hooch ....

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I'm on it. Dug out the 1200 pump. A bit too much surface rust to remove on the rear part of the case and the clamp. I chrome painted them. Looking for the best way to mount it. I do not have the 1200 mounting bracket. Looking for one - or an alternative method of mounting.

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Maybe just zip tie it to the original fuel line hidden up high near the bike center? Not sure but you may need to add a ground to the case with a hose clamp.

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OK. So, if the heat doesn't kill me, I might get this done soon. The conversion to a 1200 electric pump, that is.

I have these two widgets on the way courtesy of ebay (where GL parts are usually available pretty cheap if you dig):

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Hmmmmmm there oil there ....might be a bit more work there to get it done good ...there's no cam seal on the cam there ...and if you put one in I'm not sure the tack could operate without oil ...so I'm not what's the best way to go about it .....

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No, no, no! I guess I didn't explain it very well. I'm not interrupting the oil flow. I got that spare housing so I won't be hacking my original. I'll be cutting it where the red line is below. Then I'm going to have a fellow weld on an aluminum plate to cover the hole. Then I'll polish up the entire housing. I'll keep the tach drive oil flowing and make room for the 1200 pump.

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That will work fine then it seems

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Yeah, I blatantly stole the idea from one of the long time gurus over on NGW.

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Just about done with installing the 1200 fuel pump. Almost didn't have room for the tach cable with the 1200 bracket. Also, it appears that the 1200 outlet is 3/8" and the 1000 carb inlet is 1/4". I guess I'll need to reduce it. Didn't see that one coming. Got the relay in hand, but the dewpoint is 75 degrees and the temp is approaching 95F. Tomorrow is another day. But, I'm close! And I'll need this electric pump to fill those huge bowls on the Webers ... coming up next.

This is what I started with. My son's friend is supposedly a TIG wizard. He's not bad, but I had a fair bit of smoothing to do before it went onto my machine.
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It looks cool like that. Welds look nice too.

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It looks cool like that. Welds look nice too.

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Wow that an all the way mod for sure....if it was me I'd file the welds some to make more smooth ...looks to be plenty of weld there too list out ...and look like it was made that way....either way it does look great

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Looks great from here!

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OK. I lied. I was so close that I sweated it out (literally) and finished up.

And the deed is done. Not really a big deal (the most irritating and time consuming part was cobbling together a brass reducer for the fuel line).

Wanna know the best part of this? The bike has been sitting for over a week. I got everything buttoned up, hit the switch and waited five or ten seconds and...

...wait for it...

...the stinkin' bike fired right up.

Case closed. Well worth the time and sweat. And boy did I sweat in Arizona in July doing this job.
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