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I'm not much of a mechanic but I can replace stuff, about 2 years ago I took this apart to restore and it kinda got stalled, and now I got a rebuilt kit and changed all the parts in the carb. But it's still running very rough,it smooths out for a sec but stalls right after. Please help me



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Have you checked the inlet stub?



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Yes I replaced that recently as well, also when I placed my hand over it, it seemed to such it in very hard



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i spray wd 40 round it see if it increases revs

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Ohh my how stupid am I, I was just curious if I have a problem with my carb, so when I opened it, the idle jet has dropped into the bowl :D fixed it back, but I clearly remember tighning it up the first time,so I was wondering if I should use locktight with the aftermarket rebuild kits?

On side note I saw that the carb is missing the baffle plate,is this a problem for daily ridding?
Also the airbox isn't sealing up completely to the carb,is there a special trick to make it seal up?

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BE CERTAIN the threads make good contact with carb body when installing jets with NO locktite in my opinion UNLESS instructions require (I doubt it). Thread size matters!

Air box: maybe get it in the sun to soften it up, but if it leaks, it's a NO GO ?

Happy Trails

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