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|Comment||Thanks for your speedy reply. Before you answered, I took the carb off and promptly dropped a screw down the intake of the lead cylinder. After removing the gas tank was able to fish the &\##?× thing out. I didn't notice any problems with the float but when I put it all back together, it was fixed. Took it for a ride and seems to be fine. Thanks again. Ken|
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I can help you on EVERY issue involving POST-1980 Japanese Motorcycles plus KTM and Husaberg. My field of expertise includes Engine, Transmission, Fuel system (carburation & EFI),Electrics and Electronics. Maintenance, repair and tuning. Road and off-road suspension tuning. Please don't ask me about non-Japanese Motorcycle, especially American built on which I have low to zero experience.
I'm a rider and hobbyist since childhood.
25 years motorcycle workshop mechanic.15 years motorcycle racing mechanic.
In order of experience high to low:Kawasaki,Suzuki,Honda,Yamaha,KTM,Husaberg.
Hellenic (Greek) Technical School.Internal Combustion Engines Engineer. Automotive Electronics.