can someone help me with this matter.Also any tricks to getting the carbs off?
On 2006-11-28 15:28, MotT3 wrote:
They can be a bit of a pig... thats all the advice I can give :???: :hammer:
Yeah I heard that they are difficult to get off,was looking for some experienced trickery that would make it easy .Really should buy a manual.
On 2006-12-11 14:03, moto wrote:
The chronic Mikuni needle jet wear problems can be compensated for somewhat with float height adjustments, however I don't recommend it. The more correct way to fix this is obviously to replace the needle jet. Unfortunately this is also only a temporary fix, as the needle jets wear out due to slide guide wear and the slide guides are not available separately. So the permanent way to solve the problem is by installing the later model Keihin carbs. That said, the correct float height is the one that achieves best low rpm full throttle operation.