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I have 6 pictures of 84 carb:
D diaphragm (top),
F float (bottom),
I intake,
O output,
B bracket side,
N no bracket side.
Please write when you check passages, where do you blow, where do you check.
It would be easier probably if write like:
D1 > B2, N3 etc.
thanks.
This info would be very useful for every 84-87 rider.





 

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You can see if you look for the raised areas i.e in pic F below #6, these are passages. Some go straight through to an exit hole while others may go somewhere indirectly and have a peened in ball plugging the hole where the passage was drilled i.e. below #4 in pic O. Follow the passages to see where they go so you know if air or carb spray is getting where it needs to go.
 

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Since you already have them apart, why don't you boil them? That's what the experts say to do.
 

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Try blowing water through them using a water pic. It will give you a good indication of where they go or if they may still be plugged with gunk.
 
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