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Old 07-08-2010, 03:09 PM
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Cool get a billet

A little tack and seal gasket seal works well on the screws to keep gas from dripping

generally I've found more oil helps carburetion- start on the high scale and then try thinning from there- better than blowing the engine with too thin.

But also more air- a few more small holes drilled in the plastic air cleaner housing never hurts-

What kind of carb nd motor do you have- the stock carb shipped with most 66cc's was designed for the 50 cc motor and carb complaints like yours are common.

A newer 66 carb was introduced this winter- I don't know if it's shiping with any kits yet, (haven't been here much this summer), but the new NTS 66 carb is available separately for about $25.

It's most easily identified by the new shutoff valve where the fuel line meets the carb- if you have no shutoff valve there, you probably still have the older carb designed for the50cc. So this may be an option-

I installed - a billet intake last winter, and tout it here often- from Creative Engineering and Pirates Cycles about $15. I also got a 66 carb then and still haven't installed it- the older carb works well, and I've not been riding.

the billet may have clearance problems- it lowers the carb- see how close it puts the air cleaner to my cruiser frams? but is a shorter intake with no bend- works really great!

The poo poo pipe really helps the noise level, but I had to cut this one to run under the bottom bracket
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