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    Awsome Awsome Awsome Found info in tech portion

    Oh yea - I found the great article on troubleshooting and diagnosing the carbs on the 97 slt in the tech section. I am going to rebuild my carbs and then take them to a mech. to set the pop off press. If I can buy the tool and do it my self I would prefer that. Also I would like to rebuild the entire carbs(including the pump). Is there a kit the has it all?

    I cant beleive I past that info up. I know I must have missed it at least 50 times. After a while you get tangle eyed. Best to sleep on it and come back and reveiw it again. This site is Awsome


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    You can make a pop-off tester from any pump. Bicycle, Keg, Air Mattress, Compressor with a regulator......

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    cool what type of pressure gauge and what should the pressure pop at. Where can I order a complete kit from. I found a couple of sites but they sell many diff kits for diff parts of carb.
    Also I am almost sure but hey, do I have a fuel float? I could not see one on the carb diagram.
    Last edited by crashem; 06-15-2007 at 10:37 PM.

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    here is a bicylcle pump. measures pop-off.
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    The only thing that bothers me about the bike pump just a little bit is its accuracy. I think this would be great for verifying the pop off in all three carbs are the same BUT is it enough to accurately set your pop-off with. Anybody compare this pump with something that cost some more bucks? I'm dyeing of curiosity.

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    more pics. this one is/was $9.99
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashem View Post
    Oh yea - I found the great article on troubleshooting and diagnosing the carbs on the 97 slt in the tech section. I am going to rebuild my carbs and then take them to a mech. to set the pop off press. If I can buy the tool and do it my self I would prefer that. Also I would like to rebuild the entire carbs(including the pump). Is there a kit the has it all?
    I purchased my pop off gauge from Tim at Novi and another from Randy at Watcon.

    I cant beleive I past that info up. I know I must have missed it at least 50 times. After a while you get tangle eyed. Best to sleep on it and come back and reveiw it again.
    If it's the tuning tips, I just added that today. It came from Randy at Watcon.
    This site is Awsome
    I totally agree!! Great people!

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    please. whats the nominal/best pop-off presuure for


    1995 slt750

    1996 slt780

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    You should be able to find that in our tech section under "Fuji Fuel"

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    oooh yes. 10/4

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