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    94 750 SLT FA identification help

    Please take a look and help me identify the FA below.....

    Thanks!!


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    thats not stock on that machine but was sold as an update kit and they came stock on the 780's

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    Do you know if the update kit came with different jetting?

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    I believe it did 102.5, but been told an extra half turn on hi speeds works fine. Check piston wash. Did you do fuel system upgrades yet. If not the extra air might be just what you don't need.

    EDIT I now can see updates in ypur pics....

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    How rigid is that blue hose? Soft hoses for the pulse hose can collapse under vacuum. I like to use reinforced hose for the pulse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    How rigid is that blue hose? Soft hoses for the pulse hose can collapse under vacuum. I like to use reinforced hose for the pulse.
    Agreed. You need to have reinforced fuel hose or vacuum hose for the pulse line.

    KJ

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    I'ts very stiff, but I plan on changing it out.......

    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFishCrisis View Post
    I'ts very stiff, but I plan on changing it out.......

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    I have been using that stuff for pulse line for years with no problems, I agree that the reinforced stuff is the safe bet but the other stuff works just fine IMO

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