yes i do but will look it up to be sure.......
just guessing....118 or 120 front cylinders may be different from rear. what did u find in your carbs ?
checked fsm: #118 on all,
with aftermarket exhaust and/or modified airbox u might need one or two step larger.
it looks like it reads 11 11 44. As you can see from the photos here, I'll need to replace at least one needle jet, and potentially 1-2 of the main jets (depends if i can get them unstuck/deal with them being slightly stripped) (https://photos.app.goo.gl/3cJyEYorugJNTSee9)
I'll also need gaskets for the float bowls, and will probably want o-rings for the float seats. Any tips on where to find these guys? I'd rather not spring for full rebuild kits when I won't need all the parts from them. (I'm also looking for float needles for a 1991 750)
sorry, but those carbs might be ruined judging from the looks of that. bowl O-rings can be made from a standard industrial O-ring, size dash 41 @ $2 each. try this for needle jets: https://www.siriusconinc.com/pro-detail.php?pid=&product_id=3089
you'll need ultrasonic to have any chance of cleaning those jets and carbs. they' much worse than average. needle jets are different front/back.
i have for sale a spare set of carbs for your '91, freshly cleaned, adjusted, leak-tested with new fuel tube O-rings and float bowl gaskets.
cmsl in europe is another source for carb parts. i'd suggest you look for a set of used carbs for your '86 on ebay.
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