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February 4th, 2007, 03:38 PM   #31
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that delorto pdf is pretty helpful if you can think outside the box.

it tells you what each part does and how it does it. It is then up to the reader to go "well mine doesn't do this so what parts are involved"

dunno if there is a carby kit available for these carbs but might be worth looking at.

hope ya work it out soon.
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February 4th, 2007, 06:14 PM   #32
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alright guys i turned both gas pitcocks on and than tipped her over to the left twice for bout 20-30 sec a peace no throttle no choke and kicked it three times it fired ran for like 10sec and quit since then just kicked the hell out of her and nothing so does this finally mean a carb job is needed

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February 4th, 2007, 06:55 PM   #33
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During or after you tipped the bike on it's side, did any gas drip from the float bowl overflow tube? That's what you're looking for.

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February 4th, 2007, 07:02 PM   #34
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there was very little that draind out all and im not sure were it came from as everything seemed dry with the exception of the nut on the very bottom of the carb
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February 4th, 2007, 11:46 PM   #35
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I really think you have to pull the carb apart to really know what is happening. Always a big chance of blockages and if you tipped it over and started then sttopped it sounds like a fuel starvation ?? set yourself up on a table and pull it apart. It is not as difficult as it seems. just put apart bit by bit and place on a table and clean it all. I suggest clean the outside of carb with some petrol and an old toothbrush then you can dip all parts in fuel to clean. I also invested in an in-line filter - also helps to show fuel being supplied from tank.
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February 5th, 2007, 08:29 AM   #36
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Aussieforce is right on!
You'll be amazed at how simple the Dellorto is to work on. When you take the float bowl off, you'll see how the floats interact with the float valve. The float valve has a cone shaped rubber tip which in your case, is probably skicking. It will cost $20-$30 to replace. I bought mine many years ago from Eric's in Pasadena.

Buy a can of spray carb cleaner from an auto parts store and spray it through all the holes.

This will be a good time to document all your jet sizes.

You might take some pictures as you take it apart just in case you're not sure of things upon reassembly.

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February 5th, 2007, 12:27 PM   #37
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Just a quick pointer. If your sparkplug gets fuel contaminated and wet, clean and dry it with contact cleaner. As contaminated sparkplug even dry tends to have the spark clime up and inside it wile under pressure. Meaning it will look alright when you remove and test, but when the piston starts to compress the spark created is not were it is post to be. Therefore making harder to get it to operating temperature were the sparkplug will starts to clean it self.

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February 6th, 2007, 01:44 AM   #38
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I agree with the above. These carbs are not hard to work on. When you pull the carb note witch type it is a VHSB or a PHM. When inspecting the float valve it will look fine. In other words when you work the float arms up and down the valve will seem to work as well. Remove the float valve and check the rubber tip. If there is any ridge on the tip replace. I would replace anyway because when they start sticking you can`t repair it anyway. Clean the carb very good making sure all openings are clear of crud. Check for fuel leaks. Get fuel flowing to the engine, works easiest with plug out since you have to crank engine over and last use a new spark plug. Take your time not a hard job just pay attention to detail and should be alright. Check in downloads for diagram of the carb-
should be in service manual.
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SHE LIVES!!!!!!!!! SHE LIVES!!!!!!!!!! SHE LIVES!!!!!!!!!!!
THANK YOU GUYS SO MUCH FOR ALL THE INPUT
I PULLED THE CARB TODAY TOOK IT APART CLEANED IT WITH CARB CLEANER REALLY WELL PUT THE SCREWS BACK TO STOCK POSITIONS ACCORDING TO THE GUIDE I GOT HERE NEW GAS NEW FUEL LINES AND KICKED FOR ALL I HAD AND BAM FIRED NOW SHE STARTS WITH FRST KICK
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