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    Keihin CDKII Rebuild question

    Hi guys, I am rebuilding the CDKII carbs for my 1999 SLH 700 and I have a quick question - the check valve and the gasket (I believe for the midrange?) was installed in the carbs, but no metal cover/screws. This is the oblong one with the jog in it.

    What is the proper assembly?

    Valve/gasket no cover (like it was when I got it)
    Valve/gasket with cover/screws (ill have to buy the parts)
    Nothing in that spot


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    correct order is gasket into the body,valve,metal plate.the valve seals against the plate

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxPro1200 View Post
    correct order is gasket into the body,valve,metal plate.the valve seals against the plate
    Sorry...my post isn't very clear.

    I'm good on how to assemble it, I am trying to gather which of the components (if any) my model uses. The cover plate and screws weren't there when I opened the carbs up

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    Yes, you should have the 2 jet-no accel pump carbs. With no mid-jet.
    I don't think I've ever seen that type of twin carb.
    If I remember correctly, that entire mid-jet area is not there on 2 jet carbs.no place to put the valve.

    A few pictures will help.

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    yep,should be dual carbs.no mid range jet.

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    Has a spot, but I don't think the holes
    Are tapped



    These were in there, but no cover plate


    I'm gonna leave em out

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    thats different.theres not a hole into the carb throat,so leave them out

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    LOL...it looks like someone put them in there for safe keeping.
    Yeh, if the carb body used a mid jet, there would be tiny passages in that opening ,going into the carb throat.
    With the jet block mid-jet hole also blocked off, the extra parts would'nt hurt anything-just laying around in the opening, nice and dry.

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