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    Carb Removal

    Hey guys,
    I have a 2002 Seadoo XP, and I will be sending out my carbs to be worked on. What is the best way to remove my carbs?
    Thanks Kyle

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    take the oil tank out along with that foam pad, take the air box off, slide it sideways. there are four bolts holding the carbs to the block and one small screw on the side of the pipe. remove these. pull carbs towards the side of the boat (you might have to take the set screw holding the choke cable to the carbs out). once off the pegs unhook the lines and cables then slide the carbs out towards the front.

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    Worked perfectly thanks, now I just have to remove my grate and impeller and send them out to cali to have work done on it.

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