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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-09-2013, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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Carb Removal

I know this question has been asked previously but was wondering if anyone has made any headway on a video depicting Carb Removal?

I will probably put my head mounted camera on when i take mine apart just to be able to watch later and put everything back correctly. As soon as it is done, assuming I do it correctly, I will post on here for others to look at. Might try to clean it up and remove the expletives and blood that will surely be a part of the video.

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Ahhh, the joy of removing the carbs, and reinstalling them is even more fun with the surge tank in place. Just do it, take your time and pay attention to how the choke cable runs to help in reinstalling. The rest of the lines are pretty self evident.

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And.....you should be able to answer some questions I have about the pilot circuit. Answers should stop this incredible urge I have to pull my perfectly running carbs.

I read that modern CVK34's are 4 port pilot circuits. I have never encountered such an animal. If so , how much throttle opening does it take to uncover the farthest port? The throttle bore vacuum port for the diaphragm would be just before this amount of opening.
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