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kodiak 1995 400 YFM400FWG

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Generic ,I was looking at a ZOOM ZOOM PARTS 1993 1994 1995 Yamaha Kodiak 400 Carburetor YFM 400 4x4 Carb ATV YFM400

My carbs float is sticking, a rebuild kit does not come with all the jets so the zoom zoom is about  the  same price

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I put that carb on my Polaris 200 Phoenix. And also my 90cc Polaris predator.   It worked great! Could not believe it. I figured how could a carb for that price work. Especially on my predator because it’s a two stroke oil injected carb. So far so good. I sold the 200 and still see the bike out there riding good. 

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Quick question. The float in your carb is sticking the main fill needle connected to the float that’s allowing fuel to enter the bowl? Reason I’m asking I recently picked up a carb cleaning brush kit from amazon.  It will have a brush in the set that runs up and down the port cleaning and brushing it. And that needle can be scrubbed with a scratch pad along the side rails where it’s probably getting hung up.  It’s a tedious job but it works if that’s the only thing going on with the carb. Just a thought.

I tried to upload a pic for you to see but there is something going on with the site I think so I can’t upload anything ???  $8 bucks on amazon  

Anyone reading this post that works on bikes I recommend having this set.

Carb Carburetor Cleaner Cleaning Brushes Kit, Small Wire Brush - 20 Needles + 10 Brushes https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075J7M7B4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_5JSIAbGDQ3EQY

 

  

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