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    Angry 1995 Polaris SL750!!!! REBUILT

    Ok here's the story. Bought a 1995 Polaris SL750 beggining of summer hoping to have a summer full of fun. That didnt happen. Found out it needed new rings due to the fact it had 80# of compression in about each cylinder. Just finished last night with a ring job and what do ya know it still is slow as shit. It almost sounds like its just getting shoved full of gas that it cant handle...could it be the reeds are bad or i need to rebuild carb????


    PLEASE HELP

    I can only hit like 30MPH and it makes me super madddddd


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    Pull the carbs and clean/rebuild then check the reeds..

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    probably sounds silly, that i can do a ring job but cannot findout how to get the damn carbs off!!!!!!

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    Six nuts mounts the whole rack to the manifold. Use a stubby box wrench.
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    THANK YOU!!! Is their any certain place online to order a carb rebuild kit??

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    Most dealers should have them. Mikuni SBN38 is used on most brands not just polaris

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    Okay, I must be doing something wrong, i cannot get them off if my life depended on it!!!!

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    You can do it! I use a 12mm stubby ratcheting combo wrench, and I find it easier to reach over the ski from the port side. It's tight, but doable.

    The more you do it, the easier it gets. I can now remove them in under 10 minutes.
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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    Might as well close ur eyes too, cause you do it by feel. You ain't gonna see what ur doing.

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    Damn it

    I'm almost ready to loosen motor from bed plate, in order to make sure that I've got proper torque & fit up when reassembling,
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