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Hello everyone, had a question regarding choke adjustment, ( position lever). I installed brand new OEM carbs on the bike and running great. Im not to familiar with the choke an where it should be at, I'm learning lol. When i start the bike where does the choke position should be at? When the bike is warmed up, where should the lever be at?

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Hello everyone, had a question regarding choke adjustment, ( position lever). I installed brand new OEM carbs on the bike and running great. Im not to familiar with the choke an where it should be at, I'm learning lol. When i start the bike where does the choke position should be at? When the bike is warmed up, where should the lever be at?
Pull back all the way toward you to start cold or lukewarm.

Push forward as it warms to reduce rpm, all the way forward when hot.

You bought brand new OEM carbs?!! Can I be your adopted kid? Or can I be in your will? Must've been three figures at least huh? Just kiddin', feeling froggy today for some reason.

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Hello everyone, had a question regarding choke adjustment, ( position lever). I installed brand new OEM carbs on the bike and running great. Im not to familiar with the choke an where it should be at, I'm learning lol. When i start the bike where does the choke position should be at? When the bike is warmed up, where should the lever be at?

Pull back all the way toward you to start cold or lukewarm.

Push forward as it warms to reduce rpm, all the way forward when hot.

You bought brand new OEM carbs?!! Can I be your adopted kid? [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG] Or can I be in your will? Must've been three figures at least huh? Just kiddin', feeling froggy today for some reason.

Repair manual download is in my signature if you need it.

Lmao, thank you so much. Yup the carbs were 3 figures 😔 but money well spent lol.

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Lmao, thank you so much. Yup the carbs were 3 figures 😔 but money well spent lol.
I was going to say... I'm doing a carb replacement on my 93. Found new OEM for over $1k! Ended up grabbing a new front carb off eBay for $175, and just a rebuild kit for the rear.
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