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Old 02-06-2011, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you clean/adjust mikuni carbs?

Anyone have any links to vids on how to clean carbs? I keep finding vids of how to clean 6 european carbs for some weird motorcycle or something.

In a perfect world the vid would show how to clean a 33mm? Mikuni carb and how to adjust floats and needles and all that stuff.

I picked up a couple of goofy carbs for practice and i want to learn more about them, how they work, how to clean them and adjust them.

If you guys have some tips and advice feel free to school me!

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Anyone have any links to vids on how to clean carbs? I keep finding vids of how to clean 6 european carbs for some weird motorcycle or something.

In a perfect world the vid would show how to clean a 33mm? Mikuni carb and how to adjust floats and needles and all that stuff.

I picked up a couple of goofy carbs for practice and i want to learn more about them, how they work, how to clean them and adjust them.

If you guys have some tips and advice feel free to school me!
Are they round slides or flatslides?

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Try this link. Alot of good info.
http://www.snowmobileforum.com/engin...-tos-here.html

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they have round sides and one has a flat side
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Scroll down to "Fuel systems" there are a couple of good links there.
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Old 02-07-2011, 02:11 PM   #6 (permalink)
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http://chadt.us/manuals/index.php?op...d=37&Itemid=57

Has a download for the 2000 which should included flat slide and round slide carbs.
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