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    Carb assembly....

    I purchased a 2002 polaris virage and unfortunately the carb was taken apart. I pretty much figured to put everything back expect look at the pics below. I was wondering if any of you guys had some close up pics how the spring below is mounted or if I am missing any other parts. Any help will be greatly appreciated!
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    Working from memory of a didfferent model.
    Was the entire throttle shaft removed ? I seem to think the spring goes on the other side of the carb-where the cables attach.

    The plastic "cam" mounts on the shaft and will push the accelerator pump push rod (the small rod with the rubber boot) I think that cam is solidly mounted to the shaft (as in it will not spin on the shaft)
    That lever might lock it to the shaft.

    I think that lever looks like it's from a "muti carb" set up,but I might be wrong. If that carb is actually from a different model-check fuel mixture carefully.

    There should be a nut that holds the lever and cam on the shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casey67 View Post
    Working from memory of a didfferent model.
    Was the entire throttle shaft removed ? I seem to think the spring goes on the other side of the carb-where the cables attach.

    The plastic "cam" mounts on the shaft and will push the accelerator pump push rod (the small rod with the rubber boot) I think that cam is solidly mounted to the shaft (as in it will not spin on the shaft)
    That lever might lock it to the shaft.

    I think that lever looks like it's from a "muti carb" set up,but I might be wrong. If that carb is actually from a different model-check fuel mixture carefully.

    There should be a nut that holds the lever and cam on the shaft.

    Correct, the throttle shaft was removed. I think the spring shows on the previous pics goes somewhere between the plastic cam and the shaft so the plastic cam can stay pre-tensioned to the shaft. I took another pic below showing the spring on the other side. Thanks for the reply btw.
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    I seem to remember the cam being a solid mount.
    The parts diagrm below does not show a spring in the only parts blow up I can find. ( but it be from the second carb shaft-looks like something is there)
    I could not find details from that side of the carb from any of the single carbs.

    That lever absolutely was used on a multi carb set up. I'm not sure it was used on a single carb. It's possible the cam is from a single carb and you might be working on a "muti-carb"
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