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    Needle/seat + pop off

    I searched and I got some info... i can't seem to find the breakdown database that I remember reading on the dark side. Problem is that the search function here doesn't like "sl pop off"...

    95 SL750 - I need 2.3 Needle and seats with the 65g springs, right?

    And the pop-offs should be set somewhere between 12-18 right?

    Bryan


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    Bryan, I'll see if I can dig it up but for now I have

    main Jets 90
    Pilot is 75
    Hogh speed Screw 1Mag...1/3Cen...3/4PTO
    Low Speed Screw 1/2 turn
    Pop off 10-18PSI

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    2.0 needle and seat with 65 gram springs so I hear.. sound right Al?

    Bryan

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    It sure sounds right, I just can't find the data, yet I know there was a Mikuni sheet somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibreakstuff View Post
    2.0 needle and seat with 65 gram springs so I hear.. sound right Al?

    Bryan
    That's correct. I would err on the higher end of the popoff. It sucks pulling the carbs to stop a dribbler

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    AHhhhhhhhh, that's the one I was looking for!!!!!
    Thanks BD, damn I was going crazy looking for that damn thing. I feel like I can go on with my daily events. LOL

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    It came from our tech section. It is part of the Mikuni sbn manual.

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    Thanks... I couldn't find it for some reason. I was looking specifically for the Polaris applications for it, but knowing that I want 10-18 (preferably on the high side) that chart tells me what I need to know!

    Bryan

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    So I re-set my pop off's to 16psi on all 3. Dead even.. using my bad a$$ pop-off tester (http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=25888)

    My old pop-off's were set at like 15, 23, and 21. Could this have been what my low-end burble was?

    Bryan

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