Question about 1995 Yamaha FZR 600
Write note on where the air screws are adjusted before pulling them out.
If you see something you may confuse later take a photo, like vacumn hoses, overflow hoses, fuel hose.
The slides may look a little worn, this is usually not a problem, apart for obvious cracks, then its replace all four
dont touch the adjustable syncronizing screws, that lift all the slides together.
dont mix parts between carbs.
When putting them back on
Check the inlet rubbers and install them tight
Make certain the throttle snaps all the way back before starting the bike.
And of course work in a clean area, and remember its fuel and will burn when it can, so no ignition sources.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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