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    slt750 piston boring

    I have a 1994 slt750 and I bored out the cylinders .20". I was wondering if there are any settings that I have to change (high speed screw,low speed screw etc.) after the cylinders are oversized.


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    might need to go out a hair on the top. Better question is why did you have to bore the cylinder? Did you hole a piston or melt one due to being lean???

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    A connecting rod bering went and took out the pto side.

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