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Old August 14th, 2015, 06:50 AM   #1
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I sent my 04 250 Ninja Carbs into Gordon for him to refurbish them. He called and spoke on the phone with me and even talked me into doing less and paying less cause he thought the carbs did not need to be split. I got them back and installed them and the bike started right up and runs great. Gordon is a pleasure to deal with and does highly professional work.... I am amazed at the results..Thanks Gordon

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Old August 14th, 2015, 06:52 AM   #2
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Old September 4th, 2015, 05:03 PM   #3
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06 ninja 250 carbs

Sent my carbs in to Gordon and when I pm'd him to see if he got them...he told me he almost had them done! Got them back put them on...started right up! Great service, high quality work, and quick too!!! Thanks Gordon!!
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Old September 20th, 2015, 11:30 AM   #4
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Gordon does it right. Great communication, Quick turnaround, Carbs like brand new with a little extra....... He replaced the phillips head screws with the hex screws for good measure. A+ service, I highly recommend.

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^ dayam....do they run as good as they look?

remember you'll need 2.5 , 3 and 4mm allen wrenches to fully service (and split) these in the distant future.

2.5 for the bowls and diaphragm caps
3 and 4 for the link bars

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Old September 22nd, 2015, 05:33 PM   #6
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^ dayam....do they run as good as they look?

remember you'll need 2.5 , 3 and 4mm allen wrenches to fully service (and split) these in the distant future.

2.5 for the bowls and diaphragm caps
3 and 4 for the link bars

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And the customer service continues on......thanks for the allen wrench info. Oh, and I like the "distant future" time table.

The bike runs great! Installed the carbs on Sunday and was back on the road enjoying a run over the Cherohala. I didn't think a lil' 250 could be this much fun!

Thanks again Gordon.

BTW, I was wondering if you service all makes and models? I may be picking up some cheap older bikes for something to do over winter. It sure would be nice to send the carbs off to you while I attend to the other stuff.

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Old September 22nd, 2015, 06:03 PM   #7
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I certainly do other brands, from a '38 BMW single to a '01 Yamaha R6.
70's/80's singles, twins, multi's...street, dirt. Honda, Kaw, Zuki, Mikuni/Keihin.

I encourage sourcing and sending carb kits along with your "other brand" carbs.

I stock all the 250/500 Ninja stuff needed, though. Jets (new and used), needles, emergency salvage spares too.

Glad to hear you are running so fine!
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Old March 22nd, 2016, 06:46 AM   #8
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The communication was great and the carbs came back looking stellar. My bike started easier than I've ever experienced, even in the lower temperatures we have right now, and it runs like a champ.
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Old April 9th, 2016, 03:07 AM   #9
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I sent my 2007 Ninja 250 carbs to Gordon after trying and failing to clean them myself. He was very responsive over PM here before I sent them, and after he received them he called and talked me through what was needed and what wasn't and got them turned around super quickly.

I didn't take any pictures when I got them back (too excited to get them back on the bike ) but them looked great. Best of all, they worked! The bike cranked up and ran without any of the problems I was having before I sent them. I would highly recommend Gordon for any carb work you need.
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Old April 9th, 2016, 05:21 AM   #10
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Old June 23rd, 2016, 12:30 AM   #11
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Received my carburetors back from Ducatiman today, and they look awesome, like new to be honest. Add the that the new stainless steel fasteners, and it looks almost too nice to put back on.

The carburetors were treated to Ducatiman's full services, of ultrasonic bath, soda blasting, split them, all O-rings replaced, including the fuel rail, bench synchronization, and finally wet testing for leaks, and verify the float heights.

Below are some before and after pictures taken by Ducatiman,





and the final product pictures by myself.








My carburetors came off SERENITY, which it ran fine, but due to the age of them 18 years old they needed to be refurbishing, most importantly splitting them and all new O-rings especially the fuel rail.

I've known Gordon for many years, and know his work as well, and he's the only one I would trust with my carburetors. His work ethic is second to none, and his knowledge is top notch. Add to that he has the proper equipment, and you have a top quality results.

I often recommend Ducatiman services, and the above reasons speak for themselves. Carburetors are not as easy as they seem to be, it's a skill, and unfortunately due to modern technology fuel injection, it's becoming a lost art.
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Old July 2nd, 2016, 02:17 PM   #12
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Old July 3rd, 2016, 01:52 PM   #13
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I sent my carbs to Gordon. He was awesome to deal with and the carbs came back like brand new. Bike runs great and I will be doing business in the future!! Thanks again Gordon!
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Old July 3rd, 2016, 03:55 PM   #14
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Old July 3rd, 2016, 06:20 PM   #15
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Holy crap, all these are amazing results! Looks brand spanking new after his service. I wished I had sent in my 2nd gen carbs to him. Instead, it took me 3 tries to get them idling correctly.

In some ways, I'm glad I was able to figure it myself because it's an experience and a tool that I gained for myself. But if I ever have a bike with carbs again, I would definitely send it to Ducatiman for service!

Been there, done that....don't want to do it again. LOL. I rather have him do it and get it right the 1st time!
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above and beyond cleaning, recently been RESTORING discarded, corroded carbs for folks...these Suzuki Bandit Mikuni BST33 Flatslides recently completed. Replacing throttle shaft seals is tricky business on these.
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Old July 3rd, 2016, 07:08 PM   #17
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Current project Kaw ZRX1200 Keihin 40mm downdraft carbs.....full REFURB and fresh setup, destined for a forum member in Cambodia....he's converting from 36mm to these 40mm monsters.

I'm following his jetting instructions, sourcing orings, jets, needles, float valves here in the US...every consumable automatically being replaced with new....
after total disassembly then cleaning using my machines... (EVERY part is scrutinized) will perform impeccable setup followed by wet testing. NO skimping NO mistakes as these are going half way around the world.

Its interesting, sometimes fun, sometimes tedious, sometimes very challenging detail work. Ever remove a corroded, frozen solid_in_place pilot jet using drill/easy out? You CAN'T destroy the threads or carb body! Challenging, nerve wracking to say the least.

But in the end....saving a carbset offers a great sense of accomplishment for me....knowing a forum members' bike (another enthusiast just like me) will light up after hitting the starter...hearing or reading his (your) comments, sensing his (your) enthusiasm when it starts/runs...suffice to say... its quite gratifying
....I actually enjoy what I do!
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Old August 1st, 2016, 04:37 PM   #18
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Gordon is good to go. Easy communication. Super fast turn around time. Cleanest I've seen these carbs. Best bang for the buck carb service.
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Old August 1st, 2016, 05:17 PM   #19
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Gordon what is the cost on a rebuild/sync and estimated turn around time? Do you have cores that you could do the work to and then I would return mine to you?
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to comment on in-season turnaround time questions ....i'll offer an example

received a West Coast members' carbset for refurb @ 4PM yesterday.
DONE by 11PM.....PM'd him, ready to ship back.

I frequently work at night...cooler and more comfortable summer working conditions.

Fully cognizant of bikes being "down" during riding season. No cutting of corners, either...his carbs came out mint. ..I can't possibly offer quicker, better service than this.
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Old August 31st, 2016, 09:32 PM   #23
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Just got my carbs back today. 1 week door to door. Gordon was fantastic, PM'd me when he received the carbs and then later that night let me know what was up and then the next day he finished up and shipped them back. Highly recommend his service to anyone that has ANY doubts about their carbs. Well worth the time and money. Thanks!
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Old January 6th, 2017, 06:34 PM   #25
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I recently got my 1991 EX500 back in my possession, it will need some attention due to it spent almost 4 years in the elements.

The carbs are 25 years old, so the are in need of a full refurbishment.

Needless to say Ducatiman will be doing the carbs, as he's the only person that not only I trust with them, he has the knowledge and equipment to do an excellent job.


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Another member actually referred me to Gordon's carb cleaning services since I was having issues with my bike. I'm still a relative n00b to the motorcycle world and am really glad that I chose Gordon's service. He discovered and corrected existing issues that I probably wouldn't have found (or would have further complicated) and offered great advice as well. Like what other members have said - great communication, quick turnaround time (received the cleaned carbs exactly one week after sending them out), and just excellent service all around.

Thanks again Gordon!

Haven't installed the freshly cleaned carbs back into my bike yet, but I'll update once everything is working again
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Another satisfied customer chiming in - Gordon's reputation for quality work and quick turnaround is exactly as advertised. He's on top of it the entire way and is great about communicating where it is in the process. His work is just as good as others have said - carbs look beautiful and the bike runs fantastic.
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I recently got my 1991 EX500 back in my possession, it will need some attention due to it spent almost 4 years in the elements.

The carbs are 25 years old, so the are in need of a full refurbishment.

Needless to say Ducatiman will be doing the carbs, as he's the only person that not only I trust with them, he has the knowledge and equipment to do an excellent job.


@ducatiman has once again done it.

I set him the carbs off my 1991 Kawasaki EX500, which were in desperate need of attention.

He found a few issues, one of which was a damaged diaphragm on one of the slides, and also a broken choke part, along with clogs, etc.. which is expected after sitting for so long,, and outside in the elements.

I'll let him give the low down on the exact issues.

Below is the before/after pictures which speak for themselves.

They look better than new, and I'm sure will perform better than new.

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Tonight was the night, after addressing some other issues, it finally running after sitting for 4 1/2 years.

Installed the carbs, tank was empty, added fresh gas, added some Sti-Bil Marine 360, primed the carbs, and hit the starter button, and it came to life.

A little rough for a few seconds, and when smoothed out, had to adjust the idle a hair bit more.

It idles smooth, and perfect, after it was warmed up, I bipped the throttle a few time and it was very responsive, and smooth.

Well done sir, well done thank you again Gordon, this is why I trust him with my carbs, and recommend his services all the time, money we spent.

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I sent my 04 250 Ninja Carbs into Gordon for him to refurbish them. He called and spoke on the phone with me and even talked me into doing less and paying less cause he thought the carbs did not need to be split. I got them back and installed them and the bike started right up and runs great. Gordon is a pleasure to deal with and does highly professional work.... I am amazed at the results..Thanks Gordon

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I'm beginning to think this guy is good at what he does. I hope he'll refurbish my carbs down the road. I don't even want to bother cause I know I couldn't do the job as well. It may be a while though since I got my Ninja idling at 800 R.P.M. today.

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I'm beginning to think this guy is good at what he does. I hope he'll refurbish my carbs down the road. I don't even want to bother cause I know I couldn't do the job as well. It may be a while though since I got my Ninja idling at 800 R.P.M. today.

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