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[turbobike] IT'S NOT FLOODING ANYMORE!

Stuart Graves (STUARTGSXR@bigpond.com)
Fri, 29 Oct 1999 21:40:50 +1100

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Thanks to the advice I recieved from the list, me and a friend Adrian
(rgv250) purchased some float needles ($10.00 AUS. each)-Thanks Christer,and
reset the float levels,put the carbs back together and back on the bike, and
lo and behold no leaks!!!!!.I even wound the reg. up to 4 psi and they still
didnt leak.I;m happy now.Fired the bike up and It,s running perfectly .Will
ride it tomorrow(sat.) and report back.Thanks again for all those who helped
me out with ideas and advice.
                                           First impressions tomorrow!.
Stuart


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          &nbs= p;            = ;            =        =20 First impressions tomorrow!. Stuart
 
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