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    stock carb rebuild for '01 i need to adjust pop off?

    I'm doing a stock carb rebuild...diaphragms, filter, needle, cleaning, etc.. I'm keeping the stock flame arrestor and airbox. Ski has wave eater clips and a d-plate... Is there any need to adjust pop off pressure, I will not be rejetting or tuning.


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    always a good idea to check it when replacing parts. No fun to pull Yamaha carbs off multiple times.

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