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    94 SLT 750 - Primer Installation

    I bought a mikuni primer kit for the tripple carb setup on my slt 750. I took the choke off but the brass fittings that I recevied with my kit are too small. They do not fit snug in the carb where the choke rod was. I think I ordered the wrong kit. Anyone know of a place where I can buy the correct kit?


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    You can make a bushing or epoxy the small one in.

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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    I'm not sure how sloppy your fit is but I have YAMABOND holding mine in. It's removable unlike epoxy.

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    Hey Beer, i also plan to install a primer on my 95 slt 750 this winter. Am i also going to have the same problems as well? Or is it just this imparticular model?? oo an the carbs are mikuni.

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    He may have bought the kit for a Keihin. Cross that bridge when you come to it X.

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    the kit I used was made by UMI

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    I know you can get the individual fittings and T's from Brian at Ultimate and Randy at Waton, let us know what you decide to do.

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    Ok x. I already purchased the carb rebuild kits because i have too rebuild them over my thanks giving break. Al an i had this talk already.lol X i have to plan out now becuase i go back to school in 4 more weeks, an im 400 miles away from my ski's.

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    The Polaris Mikuni's seem to have a larger diameter than say a Yami Mikuni the Polaris choke shaft uses a bushing with orings so all my primer kits for the Polaris have been loose and the same fittings are snug in the yami kits but JB weld does just fine! Z

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    I bought a Jetlyne kit and am having the same problem. Guess I'll have to get the JB Weld out again.

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