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Found Carb Rebuild Kit

A few people who come to this forum have asked for carb rebuild kits. I use a company out of Canada for all my carb parts. Normally i dont recommend or advertise or support any parts dealers but this companys prices are hard to beat. So, have a L@@K see!

http://www.siriusconinc.com/search_r...earch&x=21&y=2


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Cool site. Bookmarked! Thanks!
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Excellent prices, too - wow. THanks!

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Nice find OHWT. I saved the site too.

Maybe I am just a bit dense this morning, but can anyone tell me what the *intake boot rubber plugs* listed below are for?
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro-deta...roduct_id=3978

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KAWASAKI INTAKE BOOT RUBBER PLUGS

Part No. 11-4792
Model SEE DETAILS
Make KAWASAKI
Part Carburetor Repair Kits
Price $ 12.50
Year SEE DETAILS
Status IN STOCK

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KAWASAKI CARBURETOR HOLDER PORT RUBBER PLUGS
Part# 11-4972 (you get 4 plugs)
Does HOLDER mean it is just a "foot" or something to support the carb body on the bench while working on it?

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I think these are just vacuum plugs that go on the vac ports on the carbs, if my eye sight isnt failing me today
eh.... eh....Me Thinks (The Canada folks fir ya )


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I think these are just vacuum plugs that go on the vac ports on the carbs, if my eye sight isnt failing me today
eh.... eh....Me Thinks (The Canada folks fir ya )
That's what I was thinking too when I saw them
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Thanks guys. I didn`t realize there were two vacuum ports on each carb. I know the right side carb vacuum port needs to be plugged when the ears are shaved, the left goes to the petcock, but I`m not sure where the others are??? I remember stuff like that a lot better after I have actually worked on the bike and not just reading about it or looking at pictures.

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Kury Offset Hiway pegs
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Tis ok OlHossCanada, sometime i forgets which handle bar has the start button on it YooooHooooo.


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Vulcan #2 1999 - 26k
It All Comes Down To 3 Things:
#1 Fuel
#2 Spark
#3 Mechanical
Any One Fails - Then It Dont Run

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Thanks guys. I didn`t realize there were two vacuum ports on each carb.
Near as I can tell, there ain't. Leastwise, not on any of the half dozen sets I've got sitting here.

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Maybe they just didn't want to sell a single plug... or maybe they're for something completely different and we're wrong thinking they're for the vacuum port. Cause yea, you'd only need one for the right carb.
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