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Old 06-30-2010, 11:19 AM   #1
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has anyone ever rebuilt a kaw carb I am putting one back together and I have a small delema there are 2 jets that are identicle except for the hole size abd I don't know which one is which and this $75 manual I bought does not say aything about it........rucky
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You can go to this site:
Product Detail - Kawasaki.com
then put the year, part diagram, carburator. You can see all the parts of the carburator,and where it goes. I hope it helps
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Thanks I'll remember that I finally figured it out and put it together and it runs better than it ever did. It would never idle without stalling since it was new. The mechanic at the shop where I bought it said that was normal for that bike, guess what he was wrong it purrrs now.
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Ok, good luck, good rides.
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I had the same problem. The main jet and starter jet are exactly the same except one says 90 on it and one says 155. I don't think you want to mix those two up
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