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    1995 SL750 Ocean Pro FA?

    I have been looking at this site for many years, but this is the first time I have posted in a long time. I have a 1995 SL750 that I bought and restored (it was in sad shape and it was cheap) about 5 years ago for my wife, it now has become my main ski because I can do more with this machine then I do with my Kawasaki XI and my X-2's are getting hard on the old body. I want to install Ocean Pro FA but am concerned about adjusting the carbs. I have a extra set of Carbs I am rebuilding and planning on changing out the main jets to 102.5. I do not want to take the ski out of action during the middle of the seasson so can anybody tell me how I should adjust the stock carbs untill I have time to finish the rebuilding of the new set? I have changed the fuel pump, and run 40:1 pre mix (took the oil pump off) and the ski run's great. I bought the Ocean Pro's two years ago but have been putting off installing because of not sure how to adjust the carbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candshr View Post
    I have been looking at this site for many years, but this is the first time I have posted in a long time. I have a 1995 SL750 that I bought and restored (it was in sad shape and it was cheap) about 5 years ago for my wife, it now has become my main ski because I can do more with this machine then I do with my Kawasaki XI and my X-2's are getting hard on the old body. I want to install Ocean Pro FA but am concerned about adjusting the carbs. I have a extra set of Carbs I am rebuilding and planning on changing out the main jets to 102.5. I do not want to take the ski out of action during the middle of the seasson so can anybody tell me how I should adjust the stock carbs untill I have time to finish the rebuilding of the new set? I have changed the fuel pump, and run 40:1 pre mix (took the oil pump off) and the ski run's great. I bought the Ocean Pro's two years ago but have been putting off installing because of not sure how to adjust the carbs.

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    I originally put a set on my 94 sl650 but have a R&D PP on there now but either way, I did nothing to the carbs. Ski has been running great for years now. IMO no need to do anything. Install and enjoy your summer

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    I used to have a 780 F/A and now have Ocean Pro Vortex F/A's on my '94 SLT750. I added 1/2 turn to the high needles and I have very good wash. I have an extra set of #100 jets that I may install later.

    KJ

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