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Reply #15 - 03/20/16 at 14:39:14
 
california carb epa port to the left.
standard vacuum port to the right shown capped.

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Reply #17 - 09/09/17 at 15:10:36
 
I know it is in the site somewhere, but darned if I can find it.  Does anyone know the sizes of the various screws INSIDE the carb?
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Reply #18 - 10/07/17 at 16:14:58
 
My four top screws are really, really stuck... any suggestion on now to loosen them up? I've been using PB Blaster with no luck Sad
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Reply #19 - 10/07/17 at 16:32:52
 
marccarrion wrote on 10/07/17 at 16:14:58:
My four top screws are really, really stuck... any suggestion on now to loosen them up? I've been using PB Blaster with no luck Sad

After the blaster go to a pair of vice grips and grab the head.
they use lock tite every where.  you can use heat, but here you'd need to be real careful.
there are rubber bits not that far away and I wouldn't recommend it.
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Reply #20 - 10/07/17 at 16:40:15
 
Could I use a vise instead of the vice grips? I think you may be right with the locktite, I may need to apply some heat too, but I don't have a heat gun Sad and I don't want to apply a flame (the only rubber parts are inside, right?)
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Reply #21 - 10/08/17 at 08:58:58
 
verslagen1 wrote on 10/07/17 at 16:32:52:
marccarrion wrote on 10/07/17 at 16:14:58:
My four top screws are really, really stuck... any suggestion on now to loosen them up? I've been using PB Blaster with no luck Sad

After the blaster go to a pair of vice grips and grab the head.
they use lock tite every where.  you can use heat, but here you'd need to be real careful.
there are rubber bits not that far away and I wouldn't recommend it.


duh... I thought you meant to hold the carb, but I see now, use the vice grips to loosen them, I went to get one and that worked great, THANKS!!!

I am cleaning all parts, getting new nuts and putting it all together again, THANKS!!!
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Reply #22 - 09/24/18 at 18:51:27
 
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This is incredible! Thanks for all the specs as well as the explanations.

This may be a stupid question but here goes: where can I get the 1/2 size spacers for the jet needle? I only see the stock spacer on Suzuki parts lists.

Again, thank you to all the folks who share their wisdom on this forum. What may seem obvious to you is still a scary unknown to me: these discussions, explanations, pictures, links, etc. are invaluable.  
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Reply #23 - 09/24/18 at 21:52:38
 
Standard #4 washers are 1/8" ID      5/16" OD      0.032" thick

A stock white spacer is .121 ID .270 OD .087 thick (at least I think its stock)

Several stacked in place of the white spacer works.
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Reply #24 - 09/24/18 at 22:45:17
 
That was quick! Thank you/
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Reply #25 - 12/17/18 at 09:32:29
 
Heat for stuck screws can be localized by use of a soldering iron /gun placed briefly,  directly on the head of the screw, and may help release locktite.
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Reply #26 - 05/12/21 at 20:31:20
 
verslagen1 wrote on 07/19/14 at 22:16:40:
Todd James wrote on 07/19/14 at 22:08:55:
I replaced all of the external screws on my carburetor
with Allen head screws.
Here's a picture that shows the location, sizes, and
quantities of the screws.


What is the thread size of these bolts? coarse or thin?
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Reply #27 - 09/13/21 at 16:27:48
 
verslagen1 wrote on 09/24/18 at 21:52:38:
Standard #4 washers are 1/8" ID      5/16" OD      0.032" thick

A stock white spacer is .121 ID .270 OD .087 thick (at least I think its stock)

Several stacked in place of the white spacer works.


I've got some #4 washers.  Now I have to remove the gas tank:  I've disconnected the fuel line and the vacuum line, and the speedometer cable.  I can pull it towards the rear, but not enough.  Any suggestions?  Thank you! Sad
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Reply #28 - 09/13/21 at 17:40:46
 
buster6315 wrote on 09/13/21 at 16:27:48:
I've got some #4 washers.  Now I have to remove the gas tank:  I've disconnected the fuel line and the vacuum line, and the speedometer cable.  I can pull it towards the rear, but not enough.  Any suggestions?  Thank you! Sad


If you have access to the top of the carb and you only want to change the white spacer, you don't need to remove the carb.  Just take the top off.

But, to answer your question... the bowl is hitting the bat box?  The bat box can be pulled back a little and that may be enough.

Take a ratchet strap and hook one on the upper shock stud around the bat box and to the axle, or some other place convenient.  Tighten it up a little till you got room for the carb to come back a little.  Of course I'm assuming you've removed the rubber duckie.
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Reply #29 - 09/13/21 at 17:56:06
 
GraellBoris wrote on 05/12/21 at 20:31:20:
verslagen1 wrote on 07/19/14 at 22:16:40:
Todd James wrote on 07/19/14 at 22:08:55:
I replaced all of the external screws on my carburetor
with Allen head screws.
Here's a picture that shows the location, sizes, and
quantities of the screws.


What is the thread size of these bolts? coarse or thin?

If I got the right screws, then it's 0.7mm
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