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I need to get carb re-bild kit???? where can i get a good re-bild kit???? i have a
uni air filter do i need to re-jet the carb??????? i do want to do it right and when i go riding it is at about 3,000 to 5,000 ft elvshon.... what do i need to do
to get a good air fule miture???? thanks to all. :confused:
 

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I got mine here. There were a few tiny O-rings leftover that I didn't see when I took the carb apart but, for the most part, it was a perfect match.

I should mention that if your carb is like mine was, the jet layout might not exactly match the repair manual. There were a few jets that were not like the manual diagram but the rebuild kit itself was right.
 

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I got mine here. There were a few tiny O-rings leftover that I didn't see when I took the carb apart but, for the most part, it was a perfect match.

I should mention that if your carb is like mine was, the jet layout might not exactly match the repair manual. There were a few jets that were not like the manual diagram but the rebuild kit itself was right.
i can tell you where those tiny o-rings went !..lol..one goes in the air/fuel mixture pilot jet screw at the bottom..wel..near it..the other goes on the drain screw..anyway,..they sell a after market carb kit for these bikes just about anywhere..most motor cycle or atv places have them..if not..they can order them.
 

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i can tell you where those tiny o-rings went !..lol..one goes in the air/fuel mixture pilot jet screw at the bottom..wel..near it..the other goes on the drain screw..
Doh!

The good news is, I kept them. Next time I take the carb off, maybe I'll swap those out.
 

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i can tell you where those tiny o-rings went !..lol..one goes in the air/fuel mixture pilot jet screw at the bottom..wel..near it..the other goes on the drain screw..
Doh!

The good news is, I kept them. Next time I take the carb off, maybe I'll swap those out.
on the one that goes on the air/fuel misture..it's really hard to see the old one in the needle opening..if you get a flashlight..and look down inside it...you prob will see it then..those are a pain to get out..most of them stay inside the hole...thats why most ppl never know this when they rebuild carbs..be very careful not to loose that tiny little silver washer..they are a b_tch to find..and believe it or not..that little thing is about 7 bucks from the dealer.
 
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