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A while ago, we were discussing pulling carbs and cleaning them as a yearly pre-season ritual. I posted that it would also be a good idea to check the air horns for all us guys that are rocking EFI sleds. So I did.

I'm preparing to probably get rid of this sled, as the rest of the family has lost interest in riding, so am prepping it for sale. I had a pretty icky exhaust leak that was making a mess of things and I can't have that... so I pulled the engine for cleaning and pulled the air horns for a look. Icky!

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I had already wiped down the intake (this is he engine side of the horns) so I was pretty amazed about how much crud is in there!.

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The reeds were also covered with grease. You just never can tell what you may be getting in to, huh.

I also found a broken motor mount bolt and a rip in the air horn to engine adapter, I'm really glad I caught that!

Parts are on the way, it will be nice and shiny by next week (just in time for the 95 degree weather, right?? )
 

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Sounds like it will be ready to ride!
I wish I was working on my sled, but I did get a Bridgeport for my birthday!
 
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