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post #1 of 4 Old 03-28-2008, 11:03 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys dumb question, how do i drain the float bowl on the carbs, where is this screw??
It is an 04 650

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Part #21 is a drain screw, there's one at the bottom of each float bowl on your V2. Just need the right size allen key to unscrew it. .

Be sure to not tighten it 'overkill' when you close it up.

IMO the best way to get all the fuel out is to take the float bowls right off (#19). You might find some crud in there that you can blast with pressurized air.

You can remove the bowls without removing the carbs... Also, you can remove the rubber clutch housing exhaust duct for easier access to the rear float bowl.


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Part #21 is a drain screw, there's one at the bottom of each float bowl on your V2. Just need the right size allen key to unscrew it. .

Be sure to not tighten it 'overkill' when you close it up.

IMO the best way to get all the fuel out is to take the float bowls right off (#19). You might find some crud in there that you can blast with pressurized air.

You can remove the bowls without removing the carbs... Also, you can remove the rubber clutch housing exhaust duct for easier access to the rear float bowl.

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Would that diagram also work for a 2007 400 4X4 ?


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