First get a Maintenance manual for your bike www.beartoothkawasaki.com they will give you their 15% discounted price. THe proceedure is in there...just follow the instructions, take your time, and everything will work out fine...Oh, and the float bowl...it's the bowl shaped thing on the bottom of the carb with a little drain plug in it. Doing the job yourself isn't hard, and the cost of the manual is way cheaper than taking it to the shop! When you get to cleaning hte jets nd hte little holes in things look very carefully that they have no junk stuck to them like a build up of crud. If you do be very careful not to increase the size of hte holes, but you could use a single wire from a wire brush, or something of like size to make sure the holes are clear. while you have it apart is the time to replace any questionable hoses...you may want to put in your Profile whre you are from, or just go through the Member List to see who is near you for assistance. Adjusting the carbs, getting them synchronized...will be exciting!
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