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Valve guide seals for early 750 twins

Can you fit inlet valve guide seals from later 750 twins into the 1968 (small port motors) or are the guides different? Are they needed anyway?

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If you have guides allowing to fit them there should be no problem. There is only one type of 8mm guide seals for the whole 750s range. I think the original guides of early models didn’t have the possibility to fit them as they didn’t have a smaller diameter in that area. At those times many motocycles didn’t have them at all and it worked quite well I personally wouldn’t change the guides just for that. Aftermarket guides are only of the type that allows to fit the seals. ,,,

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