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118
MAINTENANCE-
ENGINE
Visually
inspect the
diaphragm.
If
there
is any
tear
or other
damage, the diaphragm shou
ld
be
replaced.
Main
System
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1.
Diaphragm
2.
Vacu
um
Piston
3.
Spring
4. Jet Need
le
5. Carburetor Bore
6.
Choke Valve
9.
Butterfly
Valve
l
0
.
Bleed Pipe
11
.
Primary Main Jet
12.
Float
Chamber
13.
Need le Jet
14. Need le
Jet
Holder
Service fuel level/measurement and adjustment
Instal
l
the
fuel
level gauge (special
tool) onto
the
overflow
tube.
Secure the motorcycle
in
a
true
vertical
position.
Turn
the
fuel tap to
the "ON"
or
"RES"
position,
and
loosen the drain on the bottom of
the float
bowl.
Hold
the
plastic tube
against
the side
of
the carburetor
so
that
the
"O"
line is even with the bottom
edge
of
the carburetor
body.
Read
the
service fue
l level
in
the
gauge.
NOTE:
Measu
re
the service
fuel level
at the
center
of
the
carbu
retor.
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Primary
Main Air
Jet
15.
Secondary Main
Jet
-
8.
Secondary Main
;\
ir
Jet
Float System
FI oat System
I.
Float
2. Overflow
Pipe
3. Valve
Needle
4.
Valve
Seat
5. Float Pin
1.
Fuel Level
Gauge
(57001-1017)
2.
Overflow
Tu
be
Table H5
Service Fuel Level
Standard
1.5
-3.5 mm
below from the bottom
edge
of
the
carburetor body to the fue
l
level
If
the
fuel
level is
incorrect,
remove
the
float
bowl
and
float.
Bend the
tang on
the
fl
oat
a
very slight
amount to
change
the
fuel
level.
Bending it
up
toward
the
valve
closes the
valve sooner
and
lowers the fuel
level; bending
it
down
raises
the level.
After
adjustment, measure
the service fuel
level
again,
and read just if
necessary.

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