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    94 SL750 cuts out and bogs at full throttle

    94 sl750 cuts out at full throttle. Accelerates fine until you reach full throttle and then it cuts out or bogs. Drop the throttle back and it goes again. Carbs have been rebuilt. Any suggestions?

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    High speed adjustment is off. Up to a certain throttle position you are running on fixed jets then the adjustable high speed needle takes over.
    If I had to guess, I'd say you need more fuel at WOT. Check your piston wash and go from there.

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    Are the fuel filters clean?

    Have you checked the pick up inside the tank?

    How are the fuel hoses?

    Did you check the petcock?

    Did you remove the autocock?

    Are you using a triple outlet fuel pump?

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    thanks for the suggestions. I will check them out and let you know


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