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One cylinder at low rpm

After reading the many possible reasons that my 750 was running on one cylinder at low speeds, and spending a few hours trying one fix after another, i decided I wasnt gonna attempt the carb. removal. I let the dealer here in Bedford VA. do the work. I picked the bike up last week, the last of the few warm days we have had lately, and after a test ride I couldn't be more happy. Before this repair I had ridden the bike for over 2k miles and never did I feel this much power. A thorough cleaning and sync of the carbs was all that wus needed. I couldn't be happier, and can't wait for warm weather. The guys at Bedford Kawasaki, Steve, Doug, and Jeff were great. Thanks to all!
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It is nice to have mechanics you can trust! I've done my own carb rebuilding and syncing on my KZ's with 4 carbs. I'm curious about the two carb vulcan's. I wouldn't think it would be much different, but who knows, not me! Do we have a resident carb expert on this forum? Just curious...

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