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    Yamaha wave venture bogging

    I have a 1995 yamaha wave venture that boggs down when you first mash the throttle, if you constanly hit the throttle on off on off, it will then take off, it only does this some times, onces its going its all good and goes great, ive put brand new carb kits and fuel pump kit and i think i have the carbs adjusted to 1 turn out on the high jet. Thanks for the help also i run premium


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    Which motor do you have?

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    try riching up the low speed a 1/4 more on each carb and test and if it still hast the bogg richen up the high speed a 1/2 turn more it should to the trick

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    Its the 700 motor, the low speed jets have a thing on them that only lets you turn them maby 1/4 of a turn but will try it to see what happens

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    Its the 700 motor, the low speed jets have a thing on them that only lets you turn them maby 1/4 of a turn but will try it to see what happens
    You talking about the little plastic covers? You can just pry those off and have access to the screws.

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    Re: Yamaha wave venture bogging

    which carb kit did you use for the rebuild?

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    Low speed should have T handles. High speed has the limiters. Also that setup is stagger jetted meaning both carbs don't adjust the same unless someone has changed the jets. Low speed screws (closer to the intake) should be at 5/8 turn out. High speed (closer to the flame arrestor) should be 5/8 mag and 1 1/8 PTO.

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    The ones with t handles look just like the idle screws im pretty sure they are just the idle screws

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    No, there is only one idle screw on the front (mag) carb, and it pushes on the actual carb linkage. The T handle screws toward the bottom of each carb are your low speed mixture screws. Take them out, blow carb cleaner through the passage and make sure it spews out inside the carb throat. Then screw them in until lightly seated and back out the number of turns I gave earlier. Do the highs also. It should run fine after that.

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    I will take a pic for you, it says H by two jets that dont have limiters. Then their is 2 more jets that have limiters, so those have to be the low jets, i found the t handles but it was def the idle screw ill take a pic tomorrow to show you.

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