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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-25-2009, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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Is it worth to bore out the factory carb to get a little more performance? Been thinkiing about it for a while. thanks for any input...

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Is it worth to bore out the factory carb to get a little more performance? Been thinkiing about it for a while. thanks for any input...
it works ok, but i think you would be much better off buying the mikuni carb way better bang for the buck!

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Are they low maintanance? and do you have to change anything else with the new carb. just want something that is reliable in the long run.

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Are they low maintanance? and do you have to change anything else with the new carb. just want something that is reliable in the long run.
best carb on the market for the rhino hands down.

only thing you have to change is the throttle cable.

i have never heard of anyone having problems with this carb, tuneing or otherwise.

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how much is that carb?
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Is it worth to bore out the factory carb to get a little more performance? Been thinkiing about it for a while. thanks for any input...
Thats what we run on Sandnus rhino;seems to work pretty good
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am still wondering on cost thanks
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am still wondering on cost thanks
Wish I could tell you,but I build it in house. Dont know what other guys charge
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