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Taking a carb off is not that hard.... if you want to save some $$ and do-it-yourself... get the Service Manual.... it's what shop/dealer techs use. It will have detailed instructions to get youfrom start to finsh.
If it's a single carb, take your time, and take some notes or pics to help you get it back together again. Ifyou're strong 'mechanically' you will be surprised how easy it truly is. If you're not - read the manual to assess your skills to handle it on your own.
The money spent on the manual will pay for itself when you do your an oil change, or brake pads replacement. Which are insanely easy.
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Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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