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post #1 of 3 Old 04-18-2007, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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hey guys whats the easiest way to disconnect the choke cable from the carbs... im finally tearing down my carbs to put the 36s on and i was looking it over last night and really didnt see an easy way. i figured i would ask first b4 i started ripping on things..

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hey guys whats the easiest way to disconnect the choke cable from the carbs... im finally tearing down my carbs to put the 36s on and i was looking it over last night and really didnt see an easy way. i figured i would ask first b4 i started ripping on things..
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Are you trying to remove the choke cable from the carbs AND from the choke lever on the handlebars? If so, I usually remove the small bolts on the carb first (then slide the 2 choke plungers out of the carbs) and then disconnect the choke cable from the lever on the handlebars last.

Its an easy job.

PS - PLEASE post after you get the 36mm carbs installed and let us know how much power gains you get and what jet size you ended up using.

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i got my dg6 installed last night and the other wiring job done so the 36s are my main job now and i have 3 days off next week so ill try to get them on and running..

i still have to clean them out
buy a few more jets for them
grind out for the air/fuel mixture adjustment
and shim my needles on them


i have the choke all ready done on the 36s.. im just going to use the manual method i guess.. i was just concerned with some of the other attachtments on these carbs.. like the fit of the throttle cable(some people said you had to adjust /cut the existing cable so ill see how that goes..

but i will be sure to tell you if i had any gains.. as soon as i get it done it is headed to columbus for a test and tune on the dyno machine so ill have the old numbers from john to compare to..

i also have a megaphone exhaust coming from mickey to install too but the 36s come first... :P im really not looking for any power gain from the megaphone i just wanted it alittle louder.. isnt that whats its all about anyway..... not about how much power it makes its about how loud you can make it..

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FLEXX BARS
ROX RISERS
ACEWELL TACH
DYNA CDI
ELKA SUSPENSION
INTERCOOLER SYSTEM


2007 kfx 90
120cc powroll bbk
cam'd
two brothers full exhaust
ac racing nerfs
rath racing front and rear bumper
jb racing +2 a arms



previous motors..

fst 765-stage 3 cams-full porting-lte duals
amr 800-ported big valve heads-x3 cams- lte duals..
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