The carburetor is a part of the engine that allows it to do the job it is intended to do. It carefully mixes the right amount of air and fuel to allow combustion and produce power. Without this device, the engines would not work. During the 1980s this device was replaced by the automatic fuel injector. However, the carburetor is still very common in some high-performance vehicles, as well as motorcycles and many other small engines.
It is very important to keep the carburetor clean for it to run properly. If the carburetor is not periodically cleaned and maintained, its ability to regulate the combustion can seriously be compromised, resulting in the motor to not run properly.
The first step in keeping your carburetor running properly is to remove it from your motor. Once it’s removed, we will be able to completely disassemble it and soak it in ultrasonic carburetor cleaning machine.
Next, we make sure all fuel and air ways are open and replace all o-rings, inspect and adjust float level and check fuel level, adjust fuel mixture screws ( according to manufacturers specs), and inspect slide diaphragm and reassemble it.
Our final step is if you have multiple carbs, perform synchronization and adjust idle speed then take it for a test ride. If we are happy with the job we have just completed, you will definitely be happy as well. We stock genuine Mikuni and Keihin carburetor o-rings ans washers, not a tool store generic substitutes.
Please click on pictures below to see what what type of carburetors we work on:
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