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    sl750 carbs removal

    I just picked up a 93 sl750...it sat for a long time..I think the carbs are gummed up with dead fuel..I emptied all fuel, blew out lines...and curious how to remove the carbs to clean them out. Anything to watch for?


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    Don't round over the nuts!!!!

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    Carb removal is included in this guide:
    http://www.shopsbt.com/pdfs/p650750780.pdf

    Carb rebuilt guide:
    http://www.shopsbt.com/pdfs/mikunisbn.pdf

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    Find yourself a short ratcheting wrench - it will save you a TON of time

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    Do yourself a favor and replace the whole fuel system and put a new triple pump on it. Just bought some hardened steel Flange nuts because mine were such a pain to get off withour rounding them, best $6 I ever spent

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