CARBURETORS

CARBURETORS

75.00

Carburetors, your bike needs them to run (unless it's electric or fuel injected) and in most cases, on old bikes, they need cleaned and / or properly setup. In our carb workshop series we take you through all the in's and out's to ensure you can keep yours running right and the good times coming!

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CARBURETORS X 101

In CARBURETORS X 101 we discuss the theory of how and why carbs work, as well as why they don't. We talk about vacuum vs. cable driven carbs, round slides, flat slides and other types of carbs, as well as how to properly set your idle and your floats.

WORKSHOP TOPICS |

  • Theory of Operation
  • Types of Carburetors
  • Setting Idle
  • Syncing
  • Adjusting Float Bowls
  • Adjusting Air & Fuel Mixture
 

CARBURETORS X 102

In CARBURETORS X 102 we'll teach you how to source the proper parts you need for a rebuild, how to break them down ensuring you won't damage or lose any of the tiny and critical parts, get them cleaned and re-assemble them.

WORKSHOP TOPICS |

  • Sourcing Parts
  • Breakdown
  • Proper Cleaning
  • Re-assembly
 

CARBURETORS X 103

You now know how to clean them, set your bases and sync them. Your bike is running, but there's a good chance you can fine tune it and make it run even better. In CARBURETORS X 103 we take a look at jets the different kinds and what they do, carb circuits, rich / lean symptoms and take a deep dive into carb theory and tuning.

The goal when you're done? To be able to start your bike with one kick and crack the throttle at any point in the rev range and have it sing to you!

WORKSHOP TOPICS |

  • Jets & Jetting
  • Starting Circuit
  • Ancillary Circuits
  • Rich / Lean Symptoms
  • Theory of Operations