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I have a 1982 seca 750 ,Ive gone through the carbs 3 times making sure everything is perfect synchronized carbs the gauge reads late valve timing but it's right on Idel is slow to return when reved and bp7es plugs show sooty rich condition. what am I doing wrong? thanks scott

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The float level measure must be rite or ur run to rich-with soot--ask a dealer tech for the value or get a clymer manual--this book has all maintenance and rebuild details

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