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    Carb Change

    Changed out the stock carbs out of my slt 750 and put in some out of a 780 slx, should I pull the jets out of the old set and put into the new set? They are a little different in size, this is why I ask. Just put in a new sbt motor and during break in the mag cylinder got hot, I am thinking due to the carb being a little on the lean side. I was thinking that it was possible that the different jet sizes, or routing may have been the issue. A diagram with the fuel line routing on the 780 would be very helpful if anyone has one.


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    yes, swap the jets.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...uji-Carbureted

    Since you have the carbs already set up for it, do you have the triple outlet fuel pump?

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