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What do you think about this Carburetor?

The ins and outs - carburetors, manifolds, mufflers, expansion chambers and more to keep your motorized bicycle running the way you like


View Poll Results: Better than the Stock NT Carb?, also would She fit a China girl ?
Yes Better! 1 33.33%
Not Better! 1 33.33%
She will Fit! 0 0%
She Will Not Fit! 1 33.33%
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Old 04-23-2012, 06:50 PM
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http://www.scooterparts4less.com/web..._handchoke.htm

I would be Replacing the Stock NT carb that comes with most kits and using a High Air flow filter.

Will it work ?






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Save your money and keep the NT. You'll be happier.
There is little to be gained and possibly a lot of aggravation to be avoided. The NT will serve you well and it's easy to tune and will provide all the power your engine is capable of giving. Not just my opinion.

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Save your money and keep the NT. You'll be happier.
There is little to be gained and possibly a lot of aggravation to be avoided. The NT will serve you well and it's easy to tune and will provide all the power your engine is capable of giving. Not just my opinion.

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Seems that there are many that want to replace the ole reliable NT with something else. Why??? More speed? Doubt it will happen, maybe a mile or two. If you are familiar with carburetors, and I am, then go for it. I'm not going through the extra money so I can get aggravated. I have NEVER had a NT give me any problems other then a bad carburetor slide and fixed that with sandpaper in a few minutes. The NT is one of my least of concerns on my builds.
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I am here to learn.Thanks for the info..
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it looks like a nice clone carb.
my vote was 'it won't fit'
ht manifold will require mod with ears, all done in generally a very tight space with clearance probs to the seatpost, also.
I think a twenty might get an nt mailed to your door.
Why spend more?
As usual, Alf is correct.
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