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post #1 of 3 Old 03-06-2011, 06:43 PM Thread Starter
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05 750I Brute Carb Rebuild

Hi guys, just picked up an 05 750 brute today she has 470 miles,and looks good. My issue is the quad is hard to start,and when started, the quad backfires,sputters,and pops out the exaust through acceleration.Also has loos of power when accelerating.I think it,s due to the carbs more than likely need cleaning or rebuilding.Whats a good carb rebuild kit to purchase,and how hard is it to rebuild carbs? Is there a how to thread here somewhere? I did just order a service manual. Also the previous owner put on an aftermarket muffler,which looks like a yammaha raptor 350-750 style - have no clue what it is, but I'm sure he did'nt jet for it.I think I'll be happier on this compared to riding my Honda 250x.The 250x taught me alot about working on quads,and how to repair engine and carb issues - stepping up to a new world.
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when you pull down the carbs note the jet #s and see if it has been re jetted. That might have something to do with it too.
I have a factory manual that has jet sizes I can check it for you. sorry I tried to make a copy for you couldn't figure it out.

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Thanks,I'm gonna play with it tommorow,and do some maintenance to her to.Gotta go visit the dealer for new plugs,air filter,and oil change parts, to start with. Then dielectric grease all electrical connections.
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