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Old 01-03-2013, 06:01 PM
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Question keihin pte 16

I just recently bought a used 2009 kawasaki kfx 50 and after about 3 months i started having problems with the atv stalling and killing on me. well, i decided that i wanted to take off the carb. and clean it. I went and purchased a carb. cleaner that i was going to use, but when i got home i discovered that my oldest son already took the liberty of taking the carb. apart. now i have all these screws, jets and gaskets and i have no idea of how this thing goes back together. i shopped around for manuals, but all were a little expensive for my budget...is there anyway someone can help me or point me in the right direction with putting this carb. back together. I've done a little research and i think the carb. is a keihin pte 16. someone please helpppp....
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