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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-08-2016, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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I'm back and my carbs are clogged, Again!

I haven't ridden the 750 for about 3 month because we were given a 2004 Victory Kingpin but the finances for the man who gave it to us asked for it back almost a year later so he could sell it so I am back to my 750 but the carbs are probably clogged as I haven't cranked it in 3 months.

I am actually going to try a little at a time to run Seafoam through the carbs first by draining the bowls, then refilling it with Seafoam and letting it sit for a few days, then turning it over hopefully it will pull some of the seafoan into the jets and if not trying it over and over so I don't have to pull the carbs again.

If I do need to pull the carbs I want to do a ear shave. I have heard that some recommend a jet change and others don't. Which is the best way?

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If you have the stock exhaust, you likely don't need to rejet for an earshave.

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that was my second question that I forgot to ask, what jet would I go with if I changed my pipes to louder pipes?

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