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    Where Should WOT Be?

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    Where Should WOT Be?
    Posted by FrankieJames7 on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 5:19 PM

    when setting WOT on your carbs, do you set the slide flush with the roof of the carb on the intake side(flush with cutaway) or set the carb slide flush from the engine side of the carb? basically, how far should a carb slide be up for it to be at the optimum WOT position?

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    Posted by dq600 on Wednesday, January 13, 2016 6:40 PM

    Round slides shoud dissapear in bore on intake side at wot. Equalize cables at the bottom using drill bits.

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    Posted by FrankieJames7 on Thursday, January 14, 2016 5:33 PM

    dq600

    Round slides shoud dissapear in bore on intake side at wot. Equalize cables at the bottom using drill bits.

     

     

    for them to dissapear completely you would need to put the non cutaway side all the way up until flush in the bore because it hangs down about 3mm from the cutaway. so you would make sure there is no slide hanging in the bore at all or should the slide show in the bore from the engine side?

     

    what about on flatslides too? 

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    Ultra 680

    -Dynoport Triple Pipes

    -XCR 700 Rack Carbs

    -SLP Powerdome Heads
    -1997 Ultra SPX CDI
    -ATACC

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    • From: Johnsburg, IL.
    Posted by Lakeside Sledder on Friday, January 15, 2016 10:00 PM

    no part of the slide shoulg be visible in the carb bore for round or flat slides

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