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    Fixing to rebuild carbs

    I am fixing to order my carb kits for my 93 sl750 and I was just wondering if i need to oder the needle and seats also and if so which ones. I did't know if it was common to put new ones in or not. Thanks


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    To save some head aches, replace the needles and seat. They are the 2.0 push in type.

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    Try E mailing this guy at [email protected].

    Or check on Ebay. He sold me some rebuild kits (genuine Mikuni SBN) rebuild kits for $28 each. That's a great price. Also only charged $6 to ship them.

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    I don't recall a rebuild kit costing very much.
    Replace everything while they're taken apart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehemi View Post
    I don't recall a rebuild kit costing very much.
    Replace everything while they're taken apart.
    Mikuni kits run anywhere from $35-50 each kit. And these need 3....

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    Okay, I have a quick question. What is the difference between the BN and the SBN?

    I have my carb off, and started shopping, but got confused.

    A post on here
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...5&postcount=14 shows this information for my skis:

    SL 94-95 Triple BN 38/34
    SLT 94-95 Triple BN 38/34

    The EXCELLENT info on the "Fuji Blue" refers to the SBN.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Superd2K View Post
    Okay, I have a quick question. What is the difference between the BN and the SBN?

    I have my carb off, and started shopping, but got confused.

    A post on here
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...5&postcount=14 shows this information for my skis:

    SL 94-95 Triple BN 38/34
    SLT 94-95 Triple BN 38/34

    The EXCELLENT info on the "Fuji Blue" refers to the SBN.

    Any help is greatly appreciated!





    Welcome to the Hulk.

    All Mikuni carbs are SBN for Polaris.

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    BN are older carbs with round bodies

    The Super BN are a newer and better carb with square bodies.

    All Polaris Mikuni carbs use Super BN carbs.


    The 2 kits are not interchangeable.

    Oh, and welcome to the Hulk.

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    I found partial kits for the SBN 38mms at jetskisolutions.com for 26 dollars each. Genuine mikuni, just absent the parts you need for the 44 and 46s that have internal fuel pumps..

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