What size is it now?
Agreed.You can go to a 16mm but it won't make it any faster until you remove the restrictor cast into the block that restricts the transfer ports.
Been looking and I don’t c any that r 16mm, I just wanted to ask if the carb doesn’t specify evo, mototech or uberscoot compatible, I look at the manifold bolt spacing to find a carb that will fit? Im not great with terminology on 2 strokes so…You can go to a 16mm but it won't make it any faster until you remove the restrictor cast into the block that restricts the transfer ports.
This one has been sold out for a while, I might end up getting a 15mm carb but would that extra mm b any difference? I removed the restrictor gasket and ported it a little bit, but I have gasket maker in place of restrictor gasket, I think I should buy another gasket instead of gasket maker to have the same gap so piston doesn’t hit top, I dunno if it ever hit the top though and rode it like this for a minute, I would also like to donate to this site bc this site is the only thing that has helped me in my pursuit of 35mph scooter
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What do u use then? Red gasket maker?I run all of my engines without a base gasket...
YES!! Exactly. So many need to learn this easy mod which is the best bang for your buck!Lately I have been using Hondabond high temp gasket maker but any of the high-end silicone motorcycle RTV silicones that resist two-stroke oils will be good...