CNS Carburetor, a better choice?

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  1. MikeBike

    MikeBike New Member

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    I haven't tried it but it's a heck of a deal at $50. I think that filter'll cost you $20 alone. On it's own probably won't do much; could deliver smoother acceleration and possibly there are jets available. W/ a better intake and a tuned exhaust however, look out!
     
  3. MikeBike

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    ive read on a nuther forum that it is easer to tune, and probly more reliable.
    i like the handle bar choke adjustment.

    im thinking aboutit but the NT carb is so cheap, and i got a air filter from sickbikeparts anyways.

    i also saw the carb SHA 16.16 Cable Choke [D0-2150] - $63.18 : Dellorto Carburetors, And parts for you.

    as used on rotten orange bike build that Datz510 did. i think hes still working out bugs.
     
  4. Boomer

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    So did anyone come to any conclusions on any of these alternative choices in carburetion?

    I've still got the stock carb on mu 66/80cc and it's been nothing but a headache.
     
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    Bikeguy Joe Godfather of Motorized Bicycles

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    The original poster dissapeared along with a ten dollar bill that belonged to me....
     
  6. Boomer

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    I've been there before...more times than I can count...lol
     

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