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Best place for a carb sync?

I have owned a motorcycle before but it wasn't for very long and i never really got a chance to tear into it. Tomorrow i will be buying a 78' honda cb750F. it starts, runs, and is ride-able, but it runs kinda rough. The owner thinks it needs a carb sync but didn't know how to perform one. I have read some things about how to do it but i really don't have the time right now with both work and school. Does anyone have any suggestions? How much should i expect to pay for this (4 carbs)? Thanks.

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