well you have to take the bolts off of the cover and you can pull the p-valves out. if there is carbon build up you need to remove it. I have used everything from oven cleaner to a dremall tool. hope this helps.
ok cleaned off the carbon build up and cleaned the parts up put it back together one cable is tight on the apv lid and the other seems to be loose are they both supose to be loose or both supose to be tight it runs so i geuss i did a good job!
ok well im to sure how to tighten it so it stiff but it made a bit of a diffrence they werent to bad atleast i didnt thinks so the 1 that had the loose cable was gummed up in the slot the one that was tight just slid out and it seemes the sled idles to high of rpm and its not a stead idle it jumps around alot and suggestions to what that problem could be?
ok well cleaned the carbs last night and when you punch it it seems almost to bog but when it gets up to speed it gives er could the clutched need to be cleaned, its on emtey but dont think thats the problem
I cleaned mine the last 2 years and it didn't need it at all, they were sliding with out any drag at all. You have to take off the covers and then there are 2 metric allen head bolts, remove those and pull the valves out. I used carb cleaner when i did mine.
thats what were running, and i cleaned them and the carbs but when you punch it, it seems to go but not have as much power till it gets up to speed then it goes sounds like its bogging but it wont loose enough power to shut it down ?
Mine is kind off the same way, it takes till about 20 mph for the thing to start tearing. Mine is an efi but when it is really cold out it has a bad bog till it warms up. Also these clutches are in need of rebuilding around 3500 miles i've been told.
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