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I need a detailed diagram of the carbs for my 1981 GSX 1100. The one in the Haynes manual I have is not very detailed.

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Google babbitts sports center.com then click on buy oem parts and then select your specific bike. A parts diagram will come up, change the page from 'air cleaner' to 'carburetor' on the drop down menu and you can see your carb assembly. Hope this helps...

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I have a 1982 GS1100GL Suzuki the bike has been sitting since 1982 I cleaned carbs and put new jets and seats. The bike will start and run, idles good but will not rev up. What would be the problem

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