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    Whats the best way to remove the carbs from a polari 650slt?

    Have a 95 slt and the carbs have water in them but which way is the best to remove the carbs?


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    Hmmm. Well that depends on whether you have the blue original air cover on it. Thats the first thing that comes off

    Then the base underneath the air filter. Set that aside.
    When "taking the carbs off" , don't confuse which bolts holds what. You want to leave the intake manifolds on and just take the carbs.

    You will need a small stubby wrench to get to the nuts

    Once you get those off, you must unclip the oil pump rod. The clip is fragile. Be careful.

    Once that is off, you can remove the oil lines that connect to each carb. You just squeeze the clamp and they will let go.
    Disconnect the return and main line to the carbs.

    Next is to pull the carbs off but be careful and try not to rip the gaskets off and rear them. Add grease to them upon azsembly if they are still usuable.

    I think that's it.. I would reccomend jsing OEM Mikuni carb kifs.

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    Remove the nuts underneath the carbs am I correct?

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    Hmmm. Well that depends on whether you have the blue original air cover on it. Thats the first thing that comes off

    Then the base underneath the air filter. Set that aside.
    When "taking the carbs off" , don't confuse which bolts holds what. You want to leave the intake manifolds on and just take the carbs.

    You will need a small stubby wrench to get to the nuts

    Once you get those off, you must unclip the oil pump rod. The clip is fragile. Be careful.

    Once that is off, you can remove the oil lines that connect to each carb. You just squeeze the clamp and they will let go.
    Disconnect the return and main line to the carbs.

    You also need to remove the tbrottle li.kaag. there's a small nut that loosens it .
    Take off any primer lines to the carbs if they get in the way if so equipped

    Next is to pull the carbs off but be careful and try not to rip the gaskets off and rear them. Add grease to them upon azsembly if they are still usuable.

    I think that's it.. I would reccomend jsing OEM Mikuni carb kifs.

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    Oh yeah, the throttle linkage.

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    Yes

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    Sorry, phone is a pita to type on.. you have to climb in there and hug the motor.. if you go this far , it would be highly advisable to rebuild all the carbs, then both fuel filters,oil filter, cleani.g the tank out completely, replacing all the fuel lines, diaphrams in the carbs, and a fuel system rojting as per beerdarts diagram. It also employs a triple outlet fhel pump which is much better for fuel delivery. A mustbdo for all.95slts.

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    Alright I have done many kawasaki and Yamahas just don't really care for polaris much trying to figure out the easiest and quickest

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    these things are a pain in the ass
    Last edited by tberg47; 06-26-2013 at 12:59 PM.

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    I took the starter off because it was locked up, so i went and got a new one now when i go to start it it engages but doesn't turn over so i took it back out and checked the bendix and that spins over so what's going on?

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