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Does anyone know or have experience with the carb rebuild kit from the Power-Barn for the Mikuni bdst 38-b67 carb? Is the kit complete or do I need to purchase anything else. I have the carbs off the bike, but did not start taking g it apart yet. I wanted to wait until I have the kits. Also I'm missing 1 plug and can not find a part# for here in the states.
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plan on replacing the screws that hold the float bowls on. you may need a hand impact tool to loosen them. I have allen head socket screws on the ones I have rebuilt, 3 pair.
one of the drain holes looks plugged up with rust....

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plan on replacing the screws that hold the float bowls on. you may need a hand impact tool to loosen them. I have allen head socket screws on the ones I have rebuilt, 3 pair.
one of the drain holes looks plugged up with rust....

Fred
Considering the bike sat dormant for over 15years and a lot of the parts were stolen off the bike back then I have no doubt theres more then just rust. The chain itself is nothing but Rust.....
 

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The PB kit is per carb, so you'll have to order two. And it isn't as full of a rebuild kit as you can get.

For the same price you can get a a more complete rebuild kit. Ships from USA.

If you don't already I recommend running Seafoam occasionally. Carbs appreciate it.
Those kits do look complete and I'll buy 2 from Australia only because it will be 40.00 cheaper even with shipping and I'm in no hurry. This is at least a 2 year project for me, But thank you for the link. I do really appreciate all the help.
 

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Those kits do look complete and I'll buy 2 from Australia only because it will be 40.00 cheaper even with shipping and I'm in no hurry. This is at least a 2 year project for me, But thank you for the link. I do really appreciate all the help.
I think I misread the auction and the price looks like its for 2 kits and not 1. So better deal!
 

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clearly says "YOU ARE BUYING 2 KITS"
 

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Plus one for the Keyster kits. New jets, screws, o-rings, gaskets, etc. I have just recited both my 750SS and M750 with these.
 

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Buy a kit. The Yamaha gaskets are sold each and are ridiculously expensive. It’s as if they knew Ducati used the same ones.
 
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