Is my carburetor too big?

Answer On One Hand: Airflow Requirements.The factory carburetor was designed to flow a suitable amount of air based on the way the car was equipped. If other performance modifications have been made, it's... Read More »

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How to Set a Carburetor?

On vehicles without a fuel injection system, the carburetor controls how much oxygen and fuel is delivered to the engine for combustion. If the carburetor isn't set correctly and allows a mixture t... Read More »

Parts of a Carburetor?

If the engine is considered the heart of a car, then the carburetor is the soul of the engine. The carburetor is responsible for supplying the right mix of vaporized fuel and air to make the engine... Read More »

How to Clean a KLR Carburetor?

Carburetors in KLR motorcycles have the distinct tendency of becoming easily clogged with sludge and debris. As a result, it is important to be able to easily clean the carburetor and allow fuel fr... Read More »

How to Rejet a Carburetor?

Carburetors use nozzles called jets to meter a specific amount of fuel into the air passing through the carburetor. The stock jets in a motorcycle use a small orifice to produce a lean air/fuel mix... Read More »