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    How hard is to rebuild my carbs?

    I have a 2001 gp1200r. The carbs need to be rebuild,they are just too dirty and disgusting.I would like someone to do it for me but everybody leaves too far from me. I was thinking of buying the kits and doing them myself. I know the low and high needles are going to be hard to remove,and two of them are broke. What should I do? From what company should I get the kits and all the parts needed?. Also what should I know before doing it and what help guides should I follow?Thanks guys.Everything is helpful at this point.


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    if your lazy you could just ship them to carl at island racing, he does that sort of thing, so do a few of the mods on here like osidebill i think

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    but the thing is that to send the carbs from miami to new york is going to be expensive and then they have to ship them back. Is too much of a risk and time.

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    if you dont want to send them out call ruben at wetspot (305)812-5156 hes in hialeah

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    Quote Originally Posted by 305coco View Post
    if you dont want to send them out call ruben at wetspot (305)812-5156 hes in hialeah
    I called you but it says phone its not in service

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    i got metro pcs (metro piece of shit) call again

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    Jim's Performance (the plate man) does a fine job on carbs too.

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    If you have decent skills and instincts, you can do it just by looking at the instructions in the kit. Have faith bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    If you have decent skills and instincts, you can do it just by looking at the instructions in the kit. Have faith bro!
    Lol. I would love to,I have the instincts,but is just that I need to do something to learn how to do it. I can't do it just by reading the instructions.When it comes to adjusting the highs and lows Im going to be lost. I dont wanna fuc.. something up. Thanks anyways bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000mustangMia View Post
    Lol. I would love to,I have the instincts,but is just that I need to do something to learn how to do it. I can't do it just by reading the instructions.When it comes to adjusting the highs and lows Im going to be lost. I dont wanna fuc.. something up. Thanks anyways bro
    You can only learn by doing it

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    Teach a man to fish and he eats for life.

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