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    Reputable carb rebuild shop?

    Looking for a reputable carb rebuild shop. Guessing I will mail them out. I need the carbs rebuilt. Bought the kits. I may still tackle it myself but if i have a change of heart i'd like them done professionally. Osidebill is out of commission for the next several weeks so I need a second option. Any recommendations?


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    There is a place called jetski solutions online. They advertise carb rebuilding and looks like the do a nice job from the pics on there website.. Never used them and dont know the price but it could be an option. If you have some basic mechanical ability you can tackle them yourself pretty easy as long as everything is not a rusted and corroded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boosted-delslow View Post
    There is a place called jetski solutions online. They advertise carb rebuilding and looks like the do a nice job from the pics on there website.. Never used them and dont know the price but it could be an option. If you have some basic mechanical ability you can tackle them yourself pretty easy as long as everything is not a rusted and corroded.
    A pretty website does not mean they knnow what they are doing. Not making any judgement on them. Wait on Bill or search here looking for another recomended carb guy. But like he said you can do it yourself and get help if you need it here.

    Good luck with it.

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    I think wfo on here rebuilds carbs as well as island racing

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    and oside bill on here rebuilds em too

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    As said before WFO, Island Racing and Oside. Can't go wrong with any of them. I think Jim's Performance does them to I'm sure.

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    We can walk you thou it its not that hard just work clean.
    Quote Originally Posted by Diznasty View Post
    Looking for a reputable carb rebuild shop. Guessing I will mail them out. I need the carbs rebuilt. Bought the kits. I may still tackle it myself but if i have a change of heart i'd like them done professionally. Osidebill is out of commission for the next several weeks so I need a second option. Any recommendations?

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    How important is it to check the pop-off pressure? I dont have that tool. Since Im just doing a stock rebuild is it needed?

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    Pop-off can be checked with tools you already have. Keg pump, Garden sprayer,Tire pump,Small compressor etc..

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    Can be done yourself. Just be meticulous upon assembly.
    http://www.hydrotoys.com/gpr/tuners/...orAssembly.pdf

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