Remove the carburator and disassemble it completely. Go to NAPA and pick up a 1 gallon tin of Carburetor Cleaner. This stuff is something you don't want on your skin. Soak everything except any gaskets or rubber seals / o-rings in this mixture over night. The next day, rinse parts off with spray carb cleaner and you'll have a like new carb.
yes we can use the Honda dirt carburator to the yamaha by some adjustment
To set the carburetor on the Hero Honda CD 100 bike, locate the set screw attached to the carburetor. Start the bike and using a screwdriver, turn the screw until the bike runs smoothly. This may take a few tries to make sure the screw is getting turned the right way.
it hooks on to the engine block and atteaches to the gas line
If your on the right side of the bike the carburetor is to the top left of the cylinder, there is a screw with a spring on it, tighten the screw to bring the idle up, loosen it to lower the idle
You have to clean the carburetor usually that's the main problem
A 2005 Honda Shadow 750 has an actual engine size of 745cc. depending on the carburetor type the bike has either 43 or 47.2 horsepower.
You can try to get a bigger carburetor for the bike. The XR80 carburetor will fit with some modifications. Another possibility is to bore the engine out to 90 cc but then you will need a different piston and rings.
It is towards the front of the bike located right behind the engine. You might notice a lot of hoses connected to it.
okay you dissmount the carburetor from the engine said and the airbox side, remember where the hoses went, now take a screw driver take apart the float bowl (the bottom of the carburetor) if it smells like old gas, take the gas out of the bike, you then clean it with solvent and a wire brush, take apart the top housing dont lose the jet needle because you need this to keep the bike from flooding, and just clean it with the wire brush and there ya go :)
I assume your question was "do you ride an Xr100 with the choke on?". In response to that the answer is no. If you are having to run it with the choke on, that is an indication of clogged jets in the carburetor which will require removing the carburetor, disassembling, cleaning, reassembling and reinstalling on the bike.
On the intake manifold
honda is a better motorcross bike (250 and 450) and yamaha is a better trail bike
The black Phillips head screw on the rear of the carburetor adjusts the airflow. You need to have it about 4 full turns into the hole and that's factory. To set the carburetor, just continue to screw in the air screw until the bike runs properly. In your climate, you will hear and feel the bike get smoother as the carburetor gets to the proper setting. Try it out and have a blast!!
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All motorcycles may have problems with carburetor jets at some time. It does not depend on the type or the brand of bike. Cleaning or changing the jets will solve the problem.
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well the Honda is the most reliable bike on the market to me, but if your after speed go for the 140
probably have bad gas (did you let it sit for a long time without running it?)... need to drain the tank and fuel lines, clean the carburetor and put premium fuel back in the bike.
I own a 1978 Honda Express and I weigh 145lbs. Mine tops out at 28mph. Every bike is different, and it also depends on how clean your carb is.
There is a black screw behind the carburetor, if you turn it clockwise while it is idling you will hear the rpm's drop.
Safe your bike from sunlight and mud.