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post #1 of 42 Old 02-16-2014, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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100$ Virago project

My fingers are cold, got to come inside to warm up a bit. Working in the garage on this '81 Virago I picked up yesterday for a 100$. The guy I got it from told me the bike was dropped and then would not start anymore.

So far I got her turning over, I have to hit the starter solenoid every time

I got spark

I got compression, somewhere around 110-120 psi. The front cylinder shot a bunch of liquid out. Pretty sure it was just gasoline.

Next is fuel, there's a bit of rust inside the fuel tank, nothing major. Drained it, fuel was pretty dark. Throttle was stuck, pulled the cable off the carbs, cable is fine. Carbs are stuck, pulled carbs off the bike, split them, only the one is stuck. Fuel bowl on said carb is full of brown shit, drain hole plugged also other hole which is probably some kind of idle feed, plugged. Got the throttle plate to move after spraying a bunch of WD on shaft.

Looking at the bike from the front it looks like something is bent, either the forks or the triples are out of wack. I'm only worried about getting it started at this point.

I really like the West Coast chopper sticker. Also the attempt to make a solo seat, looks great.

Plans for this bike, if I can get it started, are to ride the shit out of it. Try to blow it up Also, all my friends that are telling me they want to start riding but never do have no excuse anymore. They can learn on it.

If anyone have parts kicking around for a Virago let me know. Once I get the engine running I will need a headlight, front signals, clutch lever, a seat, possibly a master cylinder...
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Sweet deal! I'll start keeping an eye out for parts.

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Lemon juice on those carbs. (Boil it). Remove all rubber and steel parts.

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Can't get that hole unplugged. I'm trying the boiling lemon juice trick right now Never heard about this before

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I had one of those bikes years ago. Always loved the wheels on it. Rode the dog piss out of it, and put on a BUNCH of miles. Watch out for the rear camshaft scoring. The rear cylinder was offset to help with cooling ,but it didn't work well. For $100 it will be a lot of fun.

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You going to turn it into a Rat Bike?

Like no tail, straight bars. loud exhaust and flat black?

I said I never had much use for one.
Never said I didn't know how to use it."
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I had one of those bikes years ago. Always loved the wheels on it. Rode the dog piss out of it, and put on a BUNCH of miles. Watch out for the rear camshaft scoring. The rear cylinder was offset to help with cooling ,but it didn't work well. For $100 it will be a lot of fun.
Rear camshaft check noted...

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You going to turn it into a Rat Bike? Like no tail, straight bars. loud exhaust and flat black?
Just worried about getting it running for now. Will be a rat bike at first then not sure.

I did see some very nice streetfighters on the Virago forum :-)

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Head to your local dodge dealer and pick up a $5 can of Mopar Penetrating fluid ..... the stuff is amazing for cleaning carbs, ports and soaking jets etc. Just check out the before and after pics in this thread.

I put the jets in a small glass jar, fill it with the fluid and leave them soak .... they come out looking like brand new.

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Head to your local dodge dealer and pick up a $5 can of Mopar Penetrating fluid ..... the stuff is amazing for cleaning carbs, ports and soaking jets etc. Just check out the before and after pics in this thread. I put the jets in a small glass jar, fill it with the fluid and leave them soak .... they come out looking like brand new. https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...arb-35889.html
I just came back from getting more lemon juice. I'm gonna try boiling again. If it doesn't work this time I'm gonna try the Mopar stuff. Thanks for the tip.

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Boiling a second time with lemon juice didn't work. So I went to the nearest Chrysler Dodge dealer and got some of that MOPAR stuff. I let it soak for a bit then blew it out with compressed air, all good.

Threw the carbs back on, cleaned the filters inside the tank, rinsed the gas tank with 91 Octane, filled with fresh fuel, drained a bit of fuel from each carb, crank the thing over for a while, turn on the choke, keep playing with the trottle and she finally fired up.

I'm pretty happy, I left it running for about 15-20 minutes and she was idling pretty nicely. I might not have to take the carbs completely apart.

Tomorrow I might try and put my stock 919 bars on it, try to find a clutch lever and then I can try and do a burnout in the garage see if the clutch is working properly. Never know, the shaft drive might be screwed...

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Fuck yeah! That must be very satisfying ... well done sir.

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Gotta love the cheap/free bikes that fix up easily. You have to do something with that seat. What was the guy thinking?

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Are the newer starters better or are they flawed too?

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Are the newer starters better or are they flawed too?
From what I've been reading the first gen starters (81-83) are all flawed. Most size bikes can be retrofit to second gen starters except the 750 for some reason.

This guy says there is 5 known issues with the starter at around 2:30 minutes.


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Seems there was some kind of shim fix at one time, but I don't remember the size exactly.

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Dirt track style for the win man....
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Anyone else have a $100 81 to 85 Virago between 700 and 1000 CC's please let me know. I'll even pay more than that.

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Dirt track style for the win man....
The nicest one I seen so far...

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That picture I put up was from Classified Moto. If I recall they used a swingarm and front end off a later model R6. I can understand swapping the front forks, it certainly shortens the setup and gives you a more forward leaning approach, probably sharpens up the handling really well too. I'm not sure if you have to swap the rear swingarm but it looks like the stock Virago tire is a 16 inch piece, so I can imagine it makes finding good tire combos pretty difficult if you do not look to swap something out. I guess you would have to shop and be selective if you are looking towards it for projects.

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Hey T. Nice find!! Check out hackaweek on YouTube. he did a Honda sabre cafe build and did nice job. Shows how to make one off fibreglass parts. Anyway I'll be watching this little baby come together.

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Yeah, there are some parts where Dean does some things to that honda that are head scratchers but the fiberglass work and ideas he had for making a turd into a rocket worked out pretty neatly.

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That picture I put up was from Classified Moto. If I recall they used a swingarm and front end off a later model R6. I can understand swapping the front forks, it certainly shortens the setup and gives you a more forward leaning approach, probably sharpens up the handling really well too. I'm not sure if you have to swap the rear swingarm but it looks like the stock Virago tire is a 16 inch piece, so I can imagine it makes finding good tire combos pretty difficult if you do not look to swap something out. I guess you would have to shop and be selective if you are looking towards it for projects.
That thing does look nice but it also looks expensive. If I ever bought USD forks, the 919 would probably get priority over this 100$ piece of shit...

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It's funny you think that but ironically you could put the dollar value of your average 919 into parts and labor on that 100 piece of shit and sell it for 3 times what most any 919 is worth. Hipsters will by that stuff all day long.

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Couldn't sleep last night, got back up and started screwing around with the bike. Removed a few unnecessary items, like the broken center stand

Then I installed my stock 919 bars on it for a more sportier look. Looks and feels great.

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It's funny you think that but ironically you could put the dollar value of your average 919 into parts and labor on that 100 piece of shit and sell it for 3 times what most any 919 is worth. Hipsters will by that stuff all day long.
I guess any piece of shit vehicule is worth a lot of money for the right buyer. It's probably how a lot of custom shops make money. Buy low, sell high...

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Can't wait to see this finished . Where the tags up to date'ish?
By tags you probably mean some kind of yearly inspection?

No inspection on bikes here in Alberta unless you're bringing it in from another province and want to register your bike with an Alberta license plate. If you're bringing in a bike from another country then you have to do both, out of country and out of province. That's why it's always better to buy vehicules within the province, these inspections are very strict.

We can still build bikes from the ground up here as well, some provinces dont allow that anymore. That requires another kind of inspection yet, cant remember the name. I got all the info written down somewheres, I've been accumulating parts for a while for my next build, money is what's slowing me down...
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That looks like a ghost bike if I ever saw one.

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I vote brat build! It's half way there already!

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I vote brat build! It's half way there already!
Did a little digging on brad style bikes. I really like what I'm seeing...

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I do like those wheels. They look bad ass.

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They look very nice in gold

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I tried to start to bike again couple days ago, no success, the starter won't stay engaged long enough to get the bike started. Must of been a fluke the first time I tried and it started.

Did a bit of research, the whole starter system is ancient technology, called a bendix starter. Some industrial engines I was working on had this style starter. Watch video attached for explanation.

I'm gonna have to order a new gear, new spring clips and the return spring. The flywheel you can't buy anymore. One guy claims he can resurface the edge to new condition. I will try the new parts first and then if it doesn't work maybe get the flywheel fixed.
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