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32/36?

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After an extended storage period, the carb is not doing really well. I have a gasket sets and assorted orifices (CD's prescrip). Once it is apart replacing the orifices should take care of it, correct? I would limit anything to cleaning only as the carb is new with less than 2k miles. Anything else I should do while in there?

Maybe this is a good time to pop the Lynx/45 on it!!!!

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Put the Lynx on and let me know how it goes... I have the same set up sitting on the back porch of my house... waiting for the to come back.

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store (the kind with the basket inside), dismantle the carb (being careful to remove the rubber O rings and accelerator pump diaphragm) and let 'er swim for a day or two. Remove, blow out all the passages with compressed air and reassemble.

That should do the trick...it did for my 28 year old 32/36 w/ approx 150k on it...

mike

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