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These videos on how to clean and tune carburetor

How to Properly Clean a Carburetor

Is your bike in need in need of a tune up or a good carb cleaning? Maybe it’s hard to start or just won’t idle. It could mean that something is plugged up in your carburetor. This video will show you how to disassemble your motorcycle or atv’s carburetor and clean all the parts and make sure your jets and ports are clean.

How to Tune a Carb on a PitBike

Some info on Carburetor and Jetting

Fuel filter, blocked jet or leaking carb?

Fuel draining from your overflow or blocked jets? Here could be the answer.

Carb Information 19mm Mikuni, 30mm PZ30, Oko flat side 24mm

Information on few carbs, Mikuni, OKO etc

Air Filters, Foam Dual Layer, Pod and Airbox Information

38mm air filter – diameter of the carburettor: 38mm; length of the foam: 75mm; total length of the filter: 95mm; generally the same meas for the 3 filters. Diameter of the inner layer: 70mm.
Mesh prevents fire. Make sure you put oil on your air filter. The best brand is Motul air filter oil.
42mm air filter
Angled filter – Sometimes depending on your bike, your filter could stick out.
– Added diam: 110mm; height: 50mm; height with carb: 60mm
Mesh filter is for road-riding and non-dusty conditions. These are also fire-resistant. Measurement: 38mm diameter on the intake. Length including where it mounts on the carburetor is about 80mm. Pod filter is about 65mm. Pod filters are also advertised as mesh filters.
Airbox would stop the mud from getting into the filter. It has a backfire plate and a mesh. It fits on a 50 to 88cc.
To oil the filter without getting your hands dirty, fill the bag with oil and put the air filter inside the bag. You might want to gently squeeze or squash the bag to properly do it without ripping the foam.

Pit Bike Running Problems? Here’s a couple quick check tips THUMPSTAR

Watch the video for some first hand tips when your bike is running into problems