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  • cgustafs
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    Tight corners

    How did you get in tight corners on those carbs.. they look great!

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  • skiddz
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    I didTWO Mikunis on my Banshee. Take the carb completely apart and clean the hell out of it with carb cleaner. Chuck up a 6" sisal wheel and load it up with emory compound. Now grind the hell outta the thing and slowly turn the 6" sisal wheel into a 2" sisal wheel. Repeat the process with a tight spiral and tripoli. I didn't finish up with white on a loose wheel 'cuz it grabbed too much.

    You can see the results at http://users.adelphia.net/~skiddz/Ri...ed_Up1_640.JPG

    and

    http://users.adelphia.net/~skiddz/Le...ished1_640.JPG

    Some serious pressure and buffer "grunt" is required. You might wanna eat a bowl or two of Wheaties before you start. heheh

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  • customandsound
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    skiddz did his carb ... and it look's good
    email me a pic and i will give you a price ... my email address in on my webpage link in my signature


    www.customandsound.com

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  • LEEWARDRODCO
    started a topic POLISHING A MIKUNI CARB

    POLISHING A MIKUNI CARB

    I HAVE A CUSTOM BIKE AND THE ONLY THING LEFT TO FOR ME TO DO IS POLISH THE CARB DOES ANYONE KNOW SOMEONE THAT CAN TAKE THE CARB APART AND POLISH IT?I LIVE IN SOUTH FLORIDA BUT I CAN ALSO SHIP. JUST WANT A GOOD JOB AND HOW MUCH SHOULD THAT COST(AROUND) THANKS
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