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Is it possible to remove one of the carbs on an
05 Prairie 700 without having to resync? I must have put old Sta-Bil in before deer season cause she would only run on one cylinder at camp. I changed plugs and that made no difference. I am going to troubleshoot it this weekend and see if I can figure out which is the dead cylinder. (on a side note my lawn mower would not start either from using that gas, however my son's Honda Rancher seems unaffected.)
 

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The two carbs are bolted together,they come off as a pair.
Unless you split them apart,they shouldn't need to be synced unless they were already out of sync.
 

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O cool, so I unbolt the intake from the heads, remove the cable linkage, fuel line and I will have the out of the bike that easy?

Or do I unbolt the carbs from the intake... got a picture? I mean I am mechanically sound but I have never even took the plastics off this bike except to change the plugs. I do have the PDF of the entire bike repair manual on CD I bought from someone on this site a few years ago. I guess I need to study that first.
 

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The carbs are just clamped into the rubber intake boots with hose clamps.
To remove them from the quad,you will need to remove the choke cable,fuel line and throttle cable.
 
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