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Bryan Bosch

How to remove and check carb slide????

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Does anyone has the procedures for removing the carb slide on my 99 dub-r to inspect it for cracks?

I bought the bike without a throttle stop and I'm a little nervous of what I might find.

Also, can I buy a throttle stop for this bike to file down?

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Bryan,

I believe you can check the carb slide by removing the sub frame w/the air box boot and look right into the carb at the slide. This is if you don't want to remove the carb. I just removed my sub frame to change the shock spring and it was quick and easy.

For the throttle stop I got a YZ stop and it was the perfect length. I could tell when I had the sub frame off the slide opened all the way and stoped at the top.

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The part of the slide that cracks is on the engine side. You HAVE TO REMOVE THE CARB. I made a post on carb removal for the '00WR, but there are more hoses on the '99 so it is not as easy. Try searching on carb removal . The part you are looking for is a plate (Needle valve or valve plate)

James

[This message has been edited by James Dean (edited 04-13-2001).]

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