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    They never existed. The carbs were made with out them and work fine with out them.

    Post a picture of the carbs.
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    Without accell pump, they did not have high screws. What is the number cast into body, just below tie bar,just above diaphragm cover.

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    Yes those look like the stock 38mm Hurricane carbs. They do not use the high speed mixture screws.

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    Yes it appears it’s back to the drawling boards on what the heck is going on with my ski. I’m gonna go through all the electrical this weekend to the best of my knowledge.
    im still going to install the rebuilt carbs when they show up but gosh this thing sure is weird, two questions for ya casey67.
    1. what carbs did you prefer on your hurricane?

    2. do you know any good source for parts on these. My multi-function display is burnt up and in need of replacement.


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    I used the stock carbs, they worked good. I Never looked into bigger carbs for a stock engine.

    Watcon for used parts source, otherwise e-bay. The MFD's are getting harder to find, e-bay prices are pretty high for them.

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    Yeah about $345 iv found better luck buying entire parts ski’s hopefully I’ll hone in on this soon, took it out this weekend and weird thing that it seems to run a little better and harder every time I take it out although it still does at full throttle smash. Search continues.

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    So I finally found the problem I believe. The electrical box was full of water I’m not even sure how it was running just a couple terminal with corrosion, I’m going to clean out back together and see if it will run on the water since it already did untill full throttle!

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