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R60/6 BMW VM28 Replacement Carburetor Kit | VM28 Mikuni Kit | 1974 to 1976

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SMC-BMWr60-28
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SMC-BMWr60
  • R60/6 BMW VM28 Replacement Carburetor Kit | VM28 Mikuni Kit | 1974  to 1976
  • R60/6 BMW VM28 Replacement Carburetor Kit | VM28 Mikuni Kit | 1974  to 1976
  • R60/6 BMW VM28 Replacement Carburetor Kit | VM28 Mikuni Kit | 1974  to 1976
$449.95

Description

 The Dual Mikuni VM28 carburetor kit is easily fitted to your BMW R60/6 and the improvement is instant. This kit includes rubber intakes to fit the spigot on your cylinder head

  We supply a 2-1 cable with a push in style end.


Please verify before you purchase that you have a spigot style head ( OEM on 74 75 76 ) Before or when ordering.  


The Mikuni vm28 carb dimensions work great on the r60.  We will jet according to your year of bike and  elevation.

 

Once tuned a VM Mikuni will not go out of tune for many years.

You will instantly experience better throttle response, improved acceleration, increased horsepower and torque.

 

This carb kit is a perfect upgrade for the BMW. Reliable carbs and upgraded performance. What more could you ask for?

Fits 1974 1975 1976  BMW r60/6 Motorcycles

 

   What you get:

2.. vm28 carburetors jetted to your bike 

1.. 2-1 throttle uni cable 

2..UNI pod filters 

1.. fuel filter -fuel line - y brass splitter 

  WE also offer tech support after the sale if needed.

 

   Feel free to ask questions before and after you purchase!

The BMW R60/6, R75/6, R90/6 and the sport model BMW R90S form a range of boxer twin motorcycles that were manufactured in Berlin, Germany, by BMW from 1974 to 1976.[1] The "slash six" models departed from the earlier "slash five" slightly. First, the smallest displacement changed from 500cc to 600cc. A sport model was offered, as were disc brakes (front only) for the first time. Additionally, the tank design was changed to remove the chrome trim panels (rubber knee pads were added instead), and the gauge pod was moved from the headlight housing to its own assembly over the housing.

 

 

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