I have been running a 1985 CB125S on unleaded 10% ethanol regular gas ever since I purchased it from a friend in 1995. As this is 2008, the bike has been run about 10,000 miles on unleaded and 10% alcohol fuel with no problem so far. So, CAN it run on unleaded? yes. mark
Float level to HIGH, Needle and seat not installed correct are damaged. Carburetor not CLEANED correct. Fuel pressure to high. That engine should only have 6 to 9 lbs. of fuel pressure.
The hepatic vein carries blood that has been cleaned to the heart.
Old coins that have been in circulation should not be cleaned. Cleaning can damage them and reduce their value. Coins that have been soild unnaturally, say in a fire, or sunk in a wreck, may be cleaned, but should only be cleaned by a professional.
A 2003 Nissan has no carburetor as it is Fuel Injected. Carburetors have not been used on automobiles since the late 80s.
There are a couple ways to check if a coin has been cleaned. You can use a magnifying glass to compare it to similar coin or metal to spot similar colors and luster and if there is variation in raised areas or if they are uniform (which means cleaned). You can also look for cloth and wipe marks or scratches from being cleaned.
Good luck with that one. That car doesn't have a carburetor unless it has been altered.
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I have a 79 CX500D the over flow tube had a hair line crack in it. I used a piece of weed eater fuel line and slide it over it. It was tight but got it to seat all the way. It has been 1 year now and still no problems with it.
It hasnt been cleaned up its still leaking. Bp has no idea how to close off the pipe or get it cleaned up they have completly screwed our marine life in the gulf.
A Briggs and Stratton L head twin engine wills pit gas out of the carburetor and flood out when starting if the diaphragm has been damaged. This will cause excessive fuel to enter the carburetor.
only if its not been cleaned or killed . when the turkey is cleaned or dressed all its internal organs are removed so there for its not pregnant you fool
carburetor cleaning spray will dissolve old oil and gas tarnish build up in a carb, but it will not remove dirt and grit that has got into the carburetor. Very interesting information here. I have been a carburetor re builder for over 20 years and have found the best method of professional carb cleaning is to use a ultrasonic cleaner.
You inspect the parts to see if they look worn. If a gun has been shot once or twice, or a very few times and then cleaned, it may be hard to tell if it's been shot, but if it hasn't been cleaned, there will probably be fouling inside the barrel.
only when it has been cleaned look it up
Yes if the tub has not been cleaned.
It depends on how often, and well, they've been cleaned. If it has been cleaned poorly there may be a kind of crusty stuff. that may cause discomfort while removing piercings.
Unless it has been modified, the engine should be equipped with throttle body injection.
The food contact surface should be cleaned every 4 hours. If the surface has been soiled, it needs to be cleaned, rinsed, and sanitized.
Yes, it is possible to get urine odor out of a carpet even if it has been there a while. It will need to be re cleaned, possibly more than once. If there is padding under the carpet, it will need to be removed and replaced. The floor below should be thoroughly cleaned as well.
No. It can be (a) "I have to have it cleaned" or (b) "I had to have it cleaned" or possibly (c) "I have to have had it cleaned" or even (d) "I had to have had it cleaned." (a) would indicate that you now need to clean it. (b) would indicate that at some time in the past you needed to clean it. (c) would indicate that you currently need it cleaned but it is too late to clean it now if it has not already been cleaned. (d) would indicate that at some time in the past there was a deadline by which you needed to clean it. In order to form an infinitive, the verb that immediately follows the word "to" must be in the present tense.
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If you have cleaned a coin, any value it might have had is gone. If the coin had been circulated and had a few nicks and scratches, you might get 50 cents for it.
It would get dots on the screen if it had not been cleaned properly.
As of 26/6/10, no, it has not been stopped.