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    Unhappy cleaning carb

    Hi have a pair of 96 kawasaki sts 750's and am going to get ready and clean my carbs in jet skis and am wondering do i need a carb kit and if so what kind or what exactly do i need to do also is the fuel water seperator supposed to have gas in it or water or what.....Thanks

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    Default Re: cleaning carb

    If you see water in your filter/separator it means you have water in your fuel system and you need to empty it out, and get the water out.

    Carbs can not be cleaned - you always need a kit. Keihin CDK2 carbs: http://www.sbtontheweb.com/Merchant2...tegory_Code=35
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    Default Re: cleaning carb

    Thanks i will get them, but i should see fuel in there right or should it just be empty..

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    Yes, if they were in use there will be a little fuel in them.
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    OK understand mine is getting full to the top is that ok do i have to keep dumping it out or no????? sorry bout bothering you with these little question.....

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    Sorry - I thought you were talking about the carbs. If you don't see water in the separator, you don't need to do anything.
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    Ok ran them in the water 1 did great all day no probs the other one was hard starting then finally did but after a min started bogging down real bad especially after giving it gas then died and would not start up and if did soon as you put gas on it it died what could that be and do i have to take it in to a shop or can i fix it myself

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