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    Talking Fuel 1995 SLT750

    Hello newbie to the site, first time switching out stock fuel pump to a triple outlet on my 1995 SLT750 after I of course replaced my front piston due a hole in it and noticed that the return line does not have the restrictor in it. I looked at my 1994 750 SLT fuel restrictor and noticed its about 4.5 mm inside diameter or about 1/8 of an inch in diameter. I am going order one from a parts ski but would like to go to the lake this weekend and Just curious if an inline splicer of the same size would work in place of the restrictor?


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    Welcome to the Hulk!

    I presume you have found the Service Manual already.

    Not all Fuji models had the restrictor in the return fuel line. Some have it in the carburetor's return line fitting.

    If you need to make one, this post should be helpful.

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    thanks K447, I think it did have a restrictor at one time due to the zip tie was still on the return line. I saw a post for a 1993 SLT750 was .18" but not sure if same for my 1995.

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    More like .018" not .180"

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    Welcome to the Hulk 77.

    The restrictor is WAY smaller than 1/8".

    You can make your own restrictor and install it between the carbs and fuel tank in the return line.

    If you can find a precision tool supplier, buy the smallest drill bit you can get. Then modify it to fit a drill. Next cut a small piece of 1/4" brass rod, and drill a hole with the bit. Instant restrictor....

    I believe the guys are correct with a .018" hole.

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    thanks, now I am wondering why the 95 SLT is barely restricted then because its like a 1/8 inside diameter???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 77SLT750 View Post
    thanks, now I am wondering why the 95 SLT is barely restricted then because its like a 1/8 inside diameter???
    Does it have another restrictor in the carb?

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    not that I saw?? it also has the zip tie on the line like the 95 but it has the restrictor or so I thought the restrictor??? Sorry previous reply I meant the 94 has the large diameter restrictor

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    I think the common size is equal to a Mikuni #80 main jet.

    Per this post, threading a barb connector allows you to change the jet size (hole size) to get the fuel pressure correct.

    Fuel pressure at idle should be about 2PSI, and at WOT somewhere around 4PSI or so.

    Edit: Linked the wrong photo.
    This is the photo with the jets threaded into the barb
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    yes it was .018 diameter on that previous post, so I guess the 94 has the wrong size in it. thanks!

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