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Carb Rebuild

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by ohnomogan, Mar 10, 2019.

  1. ohnomogan

    ohnomogan XS400 Member

    Hey, guys. Haven’t been back in the shop since before Christmas. Yikes! You can thank Grad School...
    Anyway, decided to jump back into my carb rebuild and I have no idea where I actually left off. Hoping someone can help me figure out what all still needs to be taken out before I clean the whole thing.
    Also, any pointers would be appreciated!

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  2. xschris

    xschris a lifestyle not a trend Top Contributor

  3. buztabuzt

    buztabuzt XS400 Enthusiast

    Using Will's videos now myself. They are slightly different by year. Helps to view parts diagram from your model as well (I'm referencing bike bandit).

    Picture is a noticeable difference. In mine 400G 1980 it is needle, plastic ring, washer, spring, screw plate (as pictured). Stumped me at first today because Will's video has needle, spring, washer, plastic ring, c clip. Almost opposite!
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