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How do I balance KLE500 carbs ??? - 2007 CCM FT710

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    Murtaza Akberali Versi May 11, 2010

    Hi Fessendeng,

    How many carbs does your bike have?


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The way i do it is i turn the jet in very slowly untell it just about cut out, Then i turn it back out untell it just about cut out.and i set it about half way between the low and cut out and the hight cut out.Hope this help

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