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Old 05-06-2007, 10:36 PM   #1
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Carb sync tool.........

Does anyone have a carb sync tool I could possibly borrow or you do it for me and I'll give you beer money or whatever . Im located in Texas City. You can reach me at 409-739-1774 anytime, Brian. Thanks

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Old 05-06-2007, 10:54 PM   #2
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I had a hard time finding a decent one. I found a Motion Pro sync tool and it works like a charm, bout $120 bucks. Have you had the carbs apart other then dropping the bowls and changing the jets and needles? They may not need to be synced...
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No I havent really done much to it, I bought it used wirh 10000 miles on it and the guy befor me knew nothing about motorcycles, I put in a new clutch, speedo gear, spark plugs and air filter so I'm guessing its time for a carb sync and valve adjustment. Im a newb to Katanas so I need all the help I can get. Thanks guys.
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Here's a good tool for not a ton of $$$$ http://www.ivansperformanceproducts.com/tools.htm
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I have an extra one but you will have to pick it up.

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make one , do a google and you should be able to find ones made with easy to folllow assembly plans and made for the cost of your milk money mom gave you.
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No I havent really done much to it, I bought it used wirh 10000 miles on it and the guy befor me knew nothing about motorcycles, I put in a new clutch, speedo gear, spark plugs and air filter so I'm guessing its time for a carb sync and valve adjustment. Im a newb to Katanas so I need all the help I can get. Thanks guys.
katriders.com has alot of useful info, u can get the manual there too,
i think its time for the valve adjustment, good thing u dont need shims, i did my own valves and found 2 exhausts were way out of tolerance, your gonna need thickness(feeler) gages, if u want help im in the SE, pm
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