Classic Bike Guide

Fuel tap overhaul

WHEN THE JAPANESE FACTORIES finally got to grips with making commercially viable motorcycles, they rapidly standardised the small but vitally significant components that can make or break owner satisfaction.

One such item was the humble fuel tap and for once the

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