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VN700 Carb vs VN750 Carb

Does anyone know if the carburetors for these two bikes are the same? Kawasaki lists different part numbers, but I figure that might be due to jetting? I can't find any threads on this topic. Thanks!
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to the best of my knowledge, they are interchangable.. may different jetting, but otherwise the same

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I'm almost positive the pilot jet is different between them and the main is the same

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750: 38/132. #35 pilot option (high altitude)
700: 38/132. No high altitude pilot option.

Part numbers for both are the same.
Pilot: 92064-1118
Main: 92063-1076

I haven't looked further to see what the other differences might be, but basically all of the parts are identical except the carburetor bodies. Venturi or passage size or something else might have been tweaked to be able to run the 700 on the same jets and tuning as the 750 knowing that the 700cc tariff was going to expire soon.


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750: 38/132. #35 pilot option (high altitude)
700: 38/132. No high altitude pilot option.

Part numbers for both are the same.
Pilot: 92064-1118
Main: 92063-1076

I haven't looked further to see what the other differences might be, but basically all of the parts are identical except the carburetor bodies. Venturi or passage size or something else might have been tweaked to be able to run the 700 on the same jets and tuning as the 750 knowing that the 700cc tariff was going to expire soon.
So, basically, I may just have to play with jetting some more on my bike, right?
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carbs should be the same. now,if you don't mind, can you please do an introduction in the newbie section?thank you very much

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So, basically, I may just have to play with jetting some more on my bike, right?
I have no idea. This thread starts out with carb differences so I don't know what your bike is doing or not doing, but try my jet size calculator. Every time you futz with it, reset pilot to best RPM. If you haven't synced, adjust the pilots then do so. It'll simplify the butt-dyno tuning process.

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