Carburetor (Part #6)

Item: 4S-EP-C#6

Our price: $39.99

3.88/5 (33 votes)
Carburetor (Part #6)





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4 Stroke Engine Replacement Part # 6 -- Carburetor

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Carburetor (Part #6)
Carburetor (Part #6)
3.88/5 (33 votes)
  • Felipe Corujo
    For my engine
  • The Mecanic
    Not very good compared to NT 2 stroke carburetors. It is EPA approved which is really the only good thing about it. After the first day I started having float level problems. Fuel started leaking from the overflow tube and my engine wasn't getting gas. The float system in this carburetor seems to be very sensitive so if it's not leveled specifically if its off even a little it will have float level problems and there's no way to adjust float levels and there's no primer cap like on NT carbs. Its also kind of hard to take apart and put back together compared to NT carburetors. The jet cant come out if you use any old flat head screw driver as it will break very easily and once it breaks there's no way to remove the jet because it's an internal jet. I guess its the way the whole thing is designed but I just got fed up with it and switched to an NT 2 stroke carburetor using a manifold adapter. My bike uses a little more gas with an NT carburetor but it works better. Just gotta figure out what to do with the breather hose.