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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 4-17-2019, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
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Moar 250 Ninj carbs

the Dawn dish soap worked pretty good, actually
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I guess those ultrasonic waves don't need much help.
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there's "moar", believe me, much moar, but you knew that.

The young fella I did these for is blown away after seeing the photos. Unfortunately, I neglected to get "before" pics of the totally clogged, green emulsion tubes, mains and pilots. Yes, ALL were clogged solid.

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Wow. Who knew Dawn was such a good parts cleaner? LoL....I never ever thought to put it in my ultrasonic cleaner. Used it for years to clean up oily floors in the shop.....and occasionally for washing hands too...sean


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the Dawn dish soap worked pretty good, actually

Who are you trying to cheat? Those carburetors are brand new!
Nice work! I want mine to look like this.

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a moar er er .....or a nudder er .....2 fitty set

Prediction...young fella will be running fine again. The little inlet rail filter did a good job, though there were deeper issues. All resolved.
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