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Fuel Primer Kit, Single Mikuni Carburetor

Item # 32134
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Key Features

  • Increases air flow

  • Injects fuel directly into the carburetor

  • Installation instructions included

  • Single Mikuni carburetor application

  • All of the T-fittings are plastic, not brass

Our Price   $39.99

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Product Description
atlantis Fuel Primer Kit - Replacing your PWC's choke butterfly with a primer kit will increase air flow and inject fuel directly into the carburetor for increased power and quicker starts. Installation instructions included. Single Mikuni carburetor application. All of the T-fittings are plastic, not brass.

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  • Q:

    I have a 2000 340 Bearcat that start easily and idles properly, the problem I have is that when I start to give it additional throttle it seems to pause before developing power. It runs well after it comes up to a higher setting. Is it possible that it is getting to much fuel for that instant when I advance the throttle.
    Asked on 1/11/2010 by Little John from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Canada

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      That is a very good possibly or it could be the fuel filter, but unfortunately I would have to recommend a mechanic because we are not quite qualified enough to tell you that is what is occurring.

      Answered on 1/14/2010 by Bryant from Tech
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