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Old 10-12-2009, 05:44 PM
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Changing boosters?

Just picked up a Quick fuel Q750 carb but its missing the boosters. Is that something I can do at home? Where can I find boosters since I dont see them on jegs/summit except for 4500's.?

Am I better off going with a new main body?

Any help would be appreciated. Anyone on here have the tool I could possibly rent?

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Most carb builders will sell you the boosters. Pro-Systems, AED, ETC.

You cannot install them correctly at home with-out the tool. Not sure you will have luck getting someone to rent you the tool. If you come up short, send me the main body and the boosters and i'll install them for free.

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Yeah I've looked into the process on how theyre put in and its deffinately not something I want to try without the tool.

I've emailed QFT and AED looking for some more insight on costs etc. though

Thanks for the offer! Maybe I'll take you up on it!
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Now that`s a deal. It`s not often anybody offers to do anything for free.
K-Star, you really are a great man, not to mention a smart one.
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