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Old 05-29-2009, 10:14 PM   #1
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Question 1988 kat 1100 air fuel screws..??

does anybody know where the air/fuel screws are on a 1988 1100 kat. the carbs are 34's.... i just want to richen it up a bit....smooth out the response and get rid of the backfire when gearing down..! I thought they might be underneath the carbs,,,,i also heard that they were sealed?
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they are underneath the carbs, they are sealed.

just drill a hole in the brass caps over them, STOP AS SOON AS YOU BREAK THROUGH! Use a self tapping screw, thread it in and yank the plug out, No longer sealed.
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OK ,thank you very much..........i just want to rich it up a bit
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