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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-27-2020, 05:11 PM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone, I just picked up a 96 Vulcan 750 an done some work on it. I just installed brand new carbs OEM, and the bike is running great now. My question is do I need to sync the carbs?

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Probably not, these are CV carbs and they don't go out of sync really. So long as both inlet valves open up at the same time, no real issues. If you wanna do it as a project for fun you can, but it's not super necessary and is a really finnicky procedure. You need a really small 7mm wrench to get to the sync bolt, and you can either make or rent or buy a sync tool, but again, it's not super important on these types of carburetors.

In short: if it's running OK, don't worry. Enjoy the ride
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I kind of figured that, wanted to make sure. She is running beautiful now since carb replacement. Now just need to wait for DMV to open to register bike. Unless i go hard core an ride with no plate lol. Thank you for the info.
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Glad to hear, and happy to help. Hope you can get on the road legally soon! These bikes are a blast to ride

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