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Complete carb rebuild kit?

Ok guys I'm fairly new here. Bought a 93 750 off a friend of mine who was moving out of state and couldn't take it with him. Bike was sitting outside uncovered for 5-6 years....so obviously it doesn't run and needs sine maintenance. I've got everything torn down and am going to rebuild the carbs. This will be my first time rebuilding a carb, although the Holley 750dp on my 84 C10 needs it too. So I've done some searching and found awesome rebuild write ups from you guys, thanks! What I would like is to buy a complete rebuild kit instead of having to source different parts from different places. Does anyone know of a place that sells something like this? Also I'm doing the ear shave and will end up doing something with the exhaust, so a rejet is required. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Ok guys I'm fairly new here. Bought a 93 750 off a friend of mine who was moving out of state and couldn't take it with him. Bike was sitting outside uncovered for 5-6 years....so obviously it doesn't run and needs sine maintenance. I've got everything torn down and am going to rebuild the carbs. This will be my first time rebuilding a carb, although the Holley 750dp on my 84 C10 needs it too. So I've done some searching and found awesome rebuild write ups from you guys, thanks! What I would like is to buy a complete rebuild kit instead of having to source different parts from different places. Does anyone know of a place that sells something like this? Also I'm doing the ear shave and will end up doing something with the exhaust, so a rejet is required. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
That was a mighty fine introduction you did under the Newbie Check-In section. It gave plenty of information....... oh, I'm sorry. This is your first post and you didn't post anything under the check in section. Use the "Search" option at the top of the page and that should direct you to the information you are requesting concerning the carb rebuild. Make sure you check out the videos by Roach concerning the rebuild as they are very detailed and should be of great help during your first attempt with the carbs. Good luck.

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Ok guys I'm fairly new here. Bought a 93 750 off a friend of mine who was moving out of state and couldn't take it with him. Bike was sitting outside uncovered for 5-6 years....so obviously it doesn't run and needs sine maintenance. I've got everything torn down and am going to rebuild the carbs. This will be my first time rebuilding a carb, although the Holley 750dp on my 84 C10 needs it too. So I've done some searching and found awesome rebuild write ups from you guys, thanks! What I would like is to buy a complete rebuild kit instead of having to source different parts from different places. Does anyone know of a place that sells something like this? Also I'm doing the ear shave and will end up doing something with the exhaust, so a rejet is required. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
the reason no on has "EVER" posted a complete rebuild kit for these carbs is because there isn't one. If you are careful taking them a part most of the gaskets can be reused, you will need to replace the oirings which you can get at any hardware and auto parts store (they are metric sized), and 90% of the time all you need to do is clean them really well. The other 10% of the time you need a new slide diaphragm. but other than that all parts can be reused.
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