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    SLT 750 ocean pro F.A. install. To remove the choke or not.

    Okay i picked up a new set for $58 delivered for my SLT 750 ocean pro F.A. install.Question is. To remove the choke or not. I know I need to put oil lines to it but was thinking of cutting off stock FA risers as spacers w oil lines in tact.I'll find and use the new jet size suggested. There is a how to somewhere on here. Ends up like an R&D brand FA" kinda Like a hi rise" I also Have access to mill to make it neat. Or will the choke removal give me much more of an increase, I was gonna pick up an extra stock FA , so I can put back to stock and keep OP FA as they will fit any 38mm mikuni carbs.


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    I would remove the choke plates and install oil lines in holes left by choke shaft, then install a primer kit using remaining holes. Thumb primer is best way to start and conserve battery. Just my 2 cents.

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    Sounds like a plan.... maybe i can get another 20 rpms out of her. Funny this ski likes a lil throttle way better than any amount of choke. Suggested jets after OP FA is 102.5

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    You can go up to the recommended jet size or turn the highs out an extra 1/2 turn. I have the stock #90's in my '94 SLT750 and I've only turned out the highs. I'm using Ocean Pro Vortex F/A's with the choke plates removed and I have perfect piston wash with that setup. I do have #100's that I thought about installing, but I also have a PSI dry pipe I'm going to install at some point. I have a set of #120's that I'll need to install with that so I may just wait until then to mess with the carbs.

    KJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonmtz View Post
    You can go up to the recommended jet size or turn the highs out an extra 1/2 turn. I have the stock #90's in my '94 SLT750 and I've only turned out the highs. I'm using Ocean Pro Vortex F/A's with the choke plates removed and I have perfect piston wash with that setup. I do have #100's that I thought about installing, but I also have a PSI dry pipe I'm going to install at some point. I have a set of #120's that I'll need to install with that so I may just wait until then to mess with the carbs.

    KJ

    KJ
    Did you have to pull the carbs to push in the barbs seems like there might be a work around . I have made some interesting tools

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