1200 thermostat-crossover part?

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1200 thermostat-crossover part?

Post #1 by ericheath » Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:55 pm

Looking for a number for a 1200 thermostat. Lots of numbers in the cross reference link, but none state for a 1200. Does anyone know if they all interchange?
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77 WING, 1200 engine with 77 heads, cams, gl1100 foot pegs, Magna V65 front end, 764A carbs, [-gone Suzuki M109 monoshock--, replaced with gl1100 shocks] gl 1200 swing arm, gl1500 final drive, wheel and rear brakes Valkyrie seat, Meanstreak tank, Sportster pipes, Power Arc ignition off crank.
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Re: 1200 thermostat-crossover part?

Post #2 by ericheath » Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:28 am

On page 9 or ten in the crossover parts list, I did find some numbers that will work. Checking Honda parts fiche, the 1200 has a different part number than 1000/1100's.

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Whatever I suggest here should be given ample time for a moderator to delicately correct. I apologize in advance.
77 WING, 1200 engine with 77 heads, cams, gl1100 foot pegs, Magna V65 front end, 764A carbs, [-gone Suzuki M109 monoshock--, replaced with gl1100 shocks] gl 1200 swing arm, gl1500 final drive, wheel and rear brakes Valkyrie seat, Meanstreak tank, Sportster pipes, Power Arc ignition off crank.
77 Wing. black
83 Wing, in pieces
"Continuing education is important even if the subject matter is fairly useless (as in this case)."---Greg Foresi


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