WOOT! I've officially completed my first build.

yuckfoo

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I just finished the wiring on my bike. The build phase is officially over. I'll post a video of the installation of my mini bike seat and the wiring in the next few days. After that I'll take it outside and make a video tour of the build. After that it's time to get it started and usher in the next phase of headaches 🤣 With all the trouble I've been through I deserve a carb and clutch that are perfect from the start. :p But, we'll see. If you want to see my video series on this build check it out on Rumble https://rumble.com/user/444
 

Karl Snarl

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I recommend saw carbs if you have a few tools to drill a flat steel to make a manifold for it and a g2 reed. The saw carbs have fuel adjustments in screws form. No need to rejet to tune. Just turn the screw. Takes about 30 seconds to tune with a pumper/ saw carb.
 

Chop-chop

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I recommend saw carbs if you have a few tools to drill a flat steel to make a manifold for it and a g2 reed. The saw carbs have fuel adjustments in screws form. No need to rejet to tune. Just turn the screw. Takes about 30 seconds to tune with a pumper/ saw carb.
Yea those little Stihl-style carbs are great ! All you have to do is to tap a line from the cylinder for fuel pressure to make it all work and like Karl said - tuning is like a walk in the park....
 

Chainlube

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Yea those little Stihl-style carbs are great ! All you have to do is to tap a line from the cylinder for fuel pressure to make it all work and like Karl said - tuning is like a walk in the park....
If the right carb is selected, no tap is needed, the pulse comes from the intake side of the carb.
 

DieselTech

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I recommend saw carb to! But if you want a super nice carb, easy to tune,& performance as good as a saw carb. Spend the money & get a 19mm dellorto phbg carburetor. Just make sure it's got the 262au 2 stroke atomizer in it.
 
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