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    Replaced grey tempo lines now what?

    I just replaced the tempo lines should I just run the ski or do the carbs need to be rebuilt? as it was running somewhat poorly with the grey lines.


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    I'd have to recommend doing that to the carbs. Change out the internal filters check your pop off pressure etc., the whole nine yards! there are heaps of great stickys (up top) on this section that will offer you great advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petron View Post
    I'd have to recommend doing that to the carbs. Change out the internal filters check your pop off pressure etc., the whole nine yards! there are heaps of great stickys (up top) on this section that will offer you great advice.
    +1 clean them at minimium

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    +2 clean the screens and check the PO...then you will be good

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    Is it easy to clean the internal filter screens? I am not very mechanically inclined and last time I attempted to rejet a carb it was a diasaster. Meanwhile I will continue searching the stickies to find info.

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    not that hard. pull off the carbs ( mark your fuel lines..it makes it easier) open the side that the fuel comes into, take off the diafram and ther is a little black circular piece of plastic that looks like a hole. you can normally pull them out with your fingers. take a can of carb cleaner to them and use a q-tip on the inside to get the remaining gunk out and reinstall.

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    Thanks alot AirborneXP and everyone else, I will give it a shot tommorow.

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    just make sure you dont use brake cleaner, post up if you not sure about something

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