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    carb question - adaptability

    So I've been told that I have to rejet my stock carbs on my 650 (780 engine) to be able to use the Pro CDI/extended pump combo. I've seen that people are also using 44mm carbs instead of the stock 38mm ones. Are the 44mm carbs the ones on the 1050s and if so, would those stock carbs be sufficient for my set up?

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    Your 650 has 38mm Mikuni SBN. The stock 780 had them too. Yes you would need to rejet 650 carbs for the 780. No, 1050 carbs are Keihin carbs, they won't work without heavy modification. The PRO 785 has 44mm Mikuni SBN and intake manifold that bolts right up to a Fuji engine.

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    cool...thanks!

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