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My gs 700 will not start i tore the carbs apart and cleaned the jets and still nothing i put carb cleaner starting fluid and still nothing

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The gs700 has mikuni carbs, right? These carbs have a rubber fabric diaphram and o-rings, when you tore the carbs apart did you make sure to remove all rubber and plastic parts, all the jets have o-rings that would have been ruined, the plastic throttle/choke linkage should have been taken out. NEVER USE CARB CLEANER OR STARTING FLUID IN A MOTORCYCLE CARB. there are to many rubber parts. the rubber diaphram alone can run over $100.00 each. for the correct o-rings and gaskets I found ebay to be the best place to shop.Also, one of the characteristics of a suzuki in that era is they won't run right without the factory airbox installed. That cost me lots of time and money finding that out, lol.

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