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    Unhappy 95 750 slt ,Wouldn't run in water fine on trailer

    Okay installed what looked like real low hour motor complete motor with my rebuilt carbs.
    Not a scuff one on pistons , great comp. , still see factory cross hatching on cyls walls, looks to never been dissesembled.
    OP flame arr... new
    update 3 outlet pump 40 hrs ag0
    all new lines in and out of tank= prior owner did it
    primer kit........new
    choke plates off now
    opened highs exactly 1/2 turn per reccomends EDITED extra 1/2 turn
    Old motor ran 6380- 6400 rpms all day
    Pre mix now 40-1 new motor had been plated/ last motor lost rod bearing to bad oil flow
    After writing this I'm making sure i didn't get any rain in fuel pump pulse inlet " my tarp tent collapsed poor stakes in sandy soil"
    Seemed like wasn't getting enough fuel prime it it would restart did 4500 rpm for about 75 feet Ideas PLEASE


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    I have no idea what you're talking about, or what you're asking???

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    So, let me get this straight.......

    1) You installed a used motor with freshly rebuilt carbs
    2) removed the oil pump and switched to premix
    3) removed the choke plates and installed primer kit
    4) Put on OP F/A's
    5) you have a 3-outlet fuel pump.

    During installation you set the high speed screws all at 1/2 turn out. With all these settings you're only getting 4500RPM. Is that all correct?

    Okay, first off your carb settings are completely jacked. I answered your question about stock settings in your other thread. When you install free flowing F/A's on these 750's you have set the carbs at stock on the highs PLUS AN ADDITIONAL 1/2 TURN.

    My guess is if you correct your HS screw settings you'll find a bunch of lost RPM.

    KJ

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    Sorry 1/2 turn extra . I got started ran to 4500 rpm died. I just found a piece of factory sealer in pto plug you couldn't tuck it in between the electrode and bar any better if you tried
    Wouldn't that cylinder going dead mess with pulse too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 153stars View Post
    Sorry 1/2 turn extra . I got started ran to 4500 rpm died. I just found a piece of factory sealer in pto plug you couldn't tuck it in between the electrode and bar any better if you tried
    Wouldn't that cylinder going dead mess with pulse too.
    Okay, so it sounds like the carbs were fine then.

    Factory sealer stuck in the plug electrode? That's pretty goofy. Unless someone completely gommed adhesive on the case halves, there is no good reason for anything to come loose and enter the cylinder. If the gap was bridged in the plug you won't get any fire so you were only running on 2 cylinders. That would explain only getting 4500 RPM.

    If it were me, I'd run a leak down test. If your case sealant is compromised you might have a leak which would be very bad.

    KJ

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