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    #46


    That'll slow you down.
    But ...
    You may have more than one problem yet to address ?

    See how she runs first ...

    Listen to Mr. Wolf.



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      #47
      I rigged up boot so I could see if that was the major cause of stumbling .performance was much better but I could still tell something wasnt just right. What are you thinking spa

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        #48
        I watched slides open as I rolled throttle on rear carb nice and smooth. front carb was really floppy like but that's side with bad boot. otherwise slide moves freely by hand like other carb

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          #49
          Originally Posted by James brooks View Post
          I rigged up boot so I could see if that was the major cause of stumbling .performance was much better but I could still tell something wasnt just right. What are you thinking spa
          Can you define "rigged up" please?

          Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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            #50
            Originally Posted by James brooks View Post
            I watched slides open as I rolled throttle on rear carb nice and smooth. front carb was really floppy like but that's side with bad boot. otherwise slide moves freely by hand like other carb
            Could still be a diaphragm not properly installed on top of the boot problem.
            Brian - Richland, WA
            1991 Hawk GT
            1997 VFR

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              #51
              I would not keep messing with it till you fix the boot properly. You could be chasing your tail and still have a leaky boot.
              Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                #52
                He “temporarily rigged” it. don’t go there.

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                  #53
                  Hahaha had to do something till new boots show up

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                    #54
                    Red rtv and some black electrical tap rigged it to test ride and it improved alot . but I think it's still sucking air because the slide keeps moving rapidly like it wants to open and close at same time. I'm positive the diaphragm is installed properly. No holes or tears and if moves by hand freely could it be it's still sucking air around my frigging. Who knows till I get the new boots right. But could it be something else

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                      #55
                      I would bet your new boots do the job.
                      Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                        #56
                        Seems like the air leak around bottom of carb boot was the problem .New boots no air leak hawk seems to be up to speed now. Hoply I'll be up to speed in the near future. Thank you all for being so helpful

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                          #57
                          so you shook your bootie and it's all right now?

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                            #58
                            Shake shake shake..........shake shake shake!!!!!! All good......lol

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