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    Elroy750

    The main problem I am having now is installing the original jet. It does not not want to go back into place and I am afraid to force it and damage it

    Need help installing needle jet

    Elroy750 Today, 07:14 AM Go to last post
    amc49

    Hey, check out the steel piece that installs over the parts there, it can be easily installed upside down to damage a jet holder like that. One end is

    My son brought home a toy for me to play with...

    amc49 Yesterday, 10:48 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    I'd say it's not hard at all but that's after doing about 500 carbs of every type. It's not normal to pay that much attention to holes unless you are

    Slight stumble at the bottom of 1st - 3rd gear.

    amc49 Yesterday, 10:42 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    The terminology is no issue, just that you are right about the 'a while' thing. I always have them on engine already and why it would never pop up as

    1980 CB750C Engine install questions

    amc49 Yesterday, 10:38 PM Go to last post
    amc49

    The bending shows it was likely put in upside down. Convex end goes down, concave goes up. The jet holder has a cup end to meet the convex and thinking

    Need help installing needle jet

    amc49 Yesterday, 10:33 PM Go to last post
    dirtdigger

    I never use the new ones. But if you are going to reuse the old ones I suggest using them on all 4. They do get a slight amount of wear and if you have

    Need help installing needle jet

    dirtdigger Yesterday, 07:57 PM Go to last post