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- Hero of the Soviet Union - 2020
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- Joined: Fri Jan 01, 2010 9:25 am
- Location: Sebago Lake Maine
rivers wrote:sync the carbs
Makes a huge difference
The Ural's made Maine a much bigger state.
2009 GearUp 155,000kms
2007 Retro 25,000kms
1991 VWK75S 110,000miles
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- Joined: Tue Jan 26, 2016 1:41 pm
- Location: Great Falls, Montana
So after getting comfortable removing and tearing down the carbs, ended up going with a 128/42 jet arrangement with noticeably better power and less popping and farting. BUT somehow I've hosed up the throttle cable, so that it don't seem to be long enough anymore, even with the carbs set up for a nice purr and balance with the idle adjust screws when I hook up the cable, seems to be a 1/4 too short, even with the adjustment nuts all the way up. Can something get hung up in the splitter, getting a head ache over thinking this.
If history repeats itself....I am sooo getting a dinosaur.
'08 Gear Up
Kawasaki 650, Kawasaki ZR7, Kawasaki KLR, Aprillia CapoNord, Suzuki Burgman