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Hey folks,
I’m new here and have a 366 that won’t start. It ran fine then it sat for a few months and got to where it wouldn’t rev good. It kept getting worse and now it won’t start. So I’m fairly certain it’s fuel related, I’m thinking the carb needs to be cleaned. I was trying to take it off and I have everything loose except the throttle linkage now. I stopped there because I can’t figure out how the thing is going to come out. What all has to be removed in order to get the carb out, fuel tank? Also any other tips about this job would be appreciated. I did a forum search but couldn’t find a thread on how to remove it.
Thanks Casey
 

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I know this is an older post but since I just went through this with my 366, maybe I can help.

I found it easiest to undo the throttle linkage at the handle bar throttle and that gave me enough movement in the cable to move the carb back till I could unscrew the screw that holds the cover on and then loosen the throttle cable nut (10mm).

Before you do that, undo the air box and just move it as far back as possible. You'll then have enough room to easily remove the carb. I found it was one of the easier carbs to remove that I have worked on.
 
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