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  • Question about air boots 1995 750 gsxf

    Hello, are these the air boots for 1995 suzuki gsxf 750?
    I am terribly sorry if this is in the wrong sub forum.
    This is the info of these boots.


    Features:
    • 100% Brand New and High Quality Carburetor Intake Manifold Boot.
    • Direct aftermarket parts, perfect fit for your motorcycle carburetor.
    • Durable plastic material, good sealing performance and oil resistant.
    • Easy to install, direct replace the old or broken one.
    • Compatible for Suzuki GSX 750F Katana 1989-1997.

    Specification:
    Material: Plastic
    Color: Black
    Internal Diameter: 3.6cm/1.4in
    External Diameter: 5.3cm/2.1in
    Size: 8.6 * 3.6cm/3.4 * 1.4in
    Package Weight: approx.313g/11.0oz
    Fitment: for Suzuki GSX 750F Katana 1989-1997

    Package list:
    4 * Carburetor Intake Boot

    Notes:
    1. This is a high quality aftermarket product but not genuine.
    2. Please allow 0~1 inch error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.

  • #2
    If by "air boot" you mean the rubberized plastic boots that sit between the carbs and the head than yes. If you mean the boots that sit between the airbox and the carbs, than no, those are not the "air boots."

    FWIW if you are seeking to replace the boots between the carbs and the head, it may be better to go with an OEM replacement even if it is a little more money. If those boots aren't quite up to snuff they could let air in between the carb and the head and cause performance issues as well as possibly damage the engine.

    I replaced cracked boots on my pre-kat with ones from here:

    https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/su.../cylinder-head

    It is also a good place to look to get part numbers where you can order elsewhere to maybe find a better price.

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    • #3
      Yea, I am looking for the part what goes from carb to engine. Thanks for the pointers!

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