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    Primers

    I know I posted before on this but I just got another primmer kit
    for my mik's and the fitting are just as loose as the first set
    I'm going to epoxy them in.
    Any suggestions on what type will work with fuel or some other ideas.
    Thanks


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    More than likley the bushings for the choke rod are wore out. And that is the reason they fill loose. Yes epoxy will work just fine, just do not get any in the carbs.

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    Are you supposed to keep the bushing in?
    I tried fitting them with the bushings out.

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    Yes you must keep bushing in.

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    Thanks I'll try that.

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    There was a scan for the primer install in the tech section, but I cannot find it. But you need to leave in the bushings. I bought a set of 44's and someone had already removed the choke linkage so I had no bushings, I had to use epoxy to get mine to work.


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    There are kits that have the fittings that will fit with or without bushings.
    Brian at Ultimate has the good ones.

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    Same reply as last time YAMABOND! Semi drying liquid gasket sealer. It works great. Put a little bead around the fitting and press into place. I have it hold my oil injection lines in also. Primers in one side of the carb and injection lines in the other.

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    I thought you could use the Keihin kit on the Mikunis and then remove the choke bushings?

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