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Old 09-30-2009, 08:30 PM   #1
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Does any one have a step by step instruction for KVF650-1A carburetor removal? Or a link to get them? I'm close but the choke cable lines have me baffled. At least I think that is what it is...
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Here is a brute 750 manual. Its just remove the screws and pull out the plungers. You have two chokes one on each side. Make sure you stuff rags down intakes right after carb removal. If you drop anything like a screw your really screwed.

http://www.mmi.org/merrington/atv/files/br...eshopmanual.pdf
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Thanks a bunch that should help. I am assuming the Brute 750 & the 650 are about the same.
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They are the same if you have a 650i,the SRA's are different but the plungers still come out after removing the screws.
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