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Carb synch - June 24, 2008, 12:06 PM

Can anyone help out, by performing a carb sync on a 600? Live in Fredericksburg but could ride the bike to your location if necessary. Any help would be awesome.

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June 24, 2008, 12:26 PM

I actually need to do the same thing, was gonna use VonDari, but he's out for a while. Let me know what you come up with.


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http://www.carbtune.com/

This is the one I have and I tune my fjr and gsxr with it. My friend has used it on his 600 and we both love it. You will want to do this all the time once you feel how smooth your bike can be after it is done so imho it is worth buying the tool. It pays for itself quickly.


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well.... - June 24, 2008, 02:18 PM

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http://www.carbtune.com/

This is the one I have and I tune my fjr and gsxr with it. My friend has used it on his 600 and we both love it. You will want to do this all the time once you feel how smooth your bike can be after it is done so imho it is worth buying the tool. It pays for itself quickly.
not a problem buying one...but ive never done it before so id like someone to walk me thru this so frak something up. Thats why i was hoping to find somone who could do it for me and teach me how to do it.


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not a problem buying one...but ive never done it before so id like someone to walk me thru this so frak something up. Thats why i was hoping to find somone who could do it for me and teach me how to do it.
I have never done your particular bike before. Might check out some bike specific forums to see if they have any how to.
On all 3 bikes I have done they were all very similar.
The yzf being the easiest because it actually had tubes running from the FI on each side of the tank so you didn't even have to lift it.
My GSXR was a pain because I had to pull tubes off of the FI and they were on their like crazy glue.
The FJR had little nipples you remove to get to the vacuum ports (the word just came to me )
Anyway once you get the tool hooked up to the 4 vacuum ports and bike warmed up to operating temp. They also recommend raising the idle and I think this may vary from bike to bike. It isn't raised much, maybe 1500rpms.
Then you turn screws in each of the 4 FI's to match the vacuum to port 3 in my case. I think this is the way I even did it on a hayabusa I did.

Get a fan and turn it on high as you will be here a while with the bike running and you don't want it to fry.
Do each cylinder a little at a time. Each adjustment will affect them all so do it very little at a time to get all 4 to be the same using cylinder 3 as the guide.

Now I am sure there are specific Hg numbers that can be said but I have found many that could never get cylinder 3 to equal this and many said don't worry about that number just make them all equal to 3.

Now the hayabusa if i recall had some vacuum line that needed blocked and until I discovered that I couldn't get it right to save my butt. Slept on it and read some more but when I got it that bike ran like glass.

When they are out the bike feels "gritty" when it is synch'd it revs so much easier.

Now go do some search's. It really is this simple!
Oh don't forget to turn the idle back down when done.
Occasionaly blip the throttle and let them level out again.

If it takes too long the first time since you have never done it before.
Turn the bike off and let it cool. Plus you may need the mental break by this time anyway.


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I was lookin and carbtune.com dosent come up for me, I did see that motion pro makes the tool as well. Best price I saw was at mawonline.com for 87+shipping. Gonna give sree a holler at motoneko and see what he can get and the prices.

Luckally a friend of mine is MMA certified and he will come down and help me do this.


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http://www.fjrtech.com/getdbitem.cfm?item=21

This is where I learned and then I just adapted it to different bikes.

I don't like the mercury style but they are much cheaper.

Reading this article again on the fjr they didn't raise the idle they check to make sure it was correct.

I can swear on one of the bikes they wanted it raised.

Again service manual should have directions and this article explains the basics. All I4's should be very similar.


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYpOF...embedded#at=36
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dude... - June 24, 2008, 03:51 PM

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I was lookin and carbtune.com dosent come up for me, I did see that motion pro makes the tool as well. Best price I saw was at mawonline.com for 87+shipping. Gonna give sree a holler at motoneko and see what he can get and the prices.

Luckally a friend of mine is MMA certified and he will come down and help me do this.
If your friend comes down and would be willing to hook me up as well, Ill spring for the beer!


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