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I put in a carburettor kit and now i have mixed up the air bleed stems jets and emulsion jets HELP!!!!!

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  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    it isnt just a dirty carby - there are about 5 air bleed valves - jets and emulsion jets and these are aLL MIXED UP - i will need a diagram to show which air bleed valve goes where and where the emulsion jets go - i wish it was as easy as you said

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    i have a subaru brumby and i have mixed up jets and air bleed vales and emulsion tube - i need a diagram to put them all in the correct position

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    hi thanks for the diagrtam - only problem my carby is a hitachi dcx328501



    john

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    gday again - i think that you are unaware of the problem - i need to know the diameters of each of the jets, emulsion tubes and air bleed valves and where they go in the base of the caRBURETTOR - THESE ARE ALL MIXED UP AND THE MODEL OF THE CARBY IS DCX328501



    JOHN

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    THANKS FOR THOSE LIN KS - I CANT OPEN UP ANY REPEAT ANY OF THEM!!!!!!~



    IS THIS UN USUAL



    JOHN

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    I CAN READ HTM FILES NOT JPG - DO I HAVE TO RECONFIGURE MY LAPTOP??

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    sgday again - i hope u realise i live in australia and to join sm i need to live in the usa to get details of my problem



    respond please



    john

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    gdaY AGAIN - I HAVE A REPAIR MANUAL BUT IT DOES NOT GIVE ME THE SIZES OF THE JETS - THEY TELL ME WHERE THEY GO IN THE BODY OF THE CARBY THAT ALL - I ALREADY KNOW THAT - I NEED TO KN OW THE ACTUAL SIZES OF THE JETS



    IF YOU CANT HELP WOULD YOU MIND REFUNDING THE MONEY I HAVE PAID YOU - IT SAYS THAT IF YOU CANT HELP MONIES ARE REFUNDED



    JOHN

  • john_chris Jun 28, 2009

    PLEASE [PUT ME ONTO SOMEONE THAT CAN ANALYSE THE PROBLEM



    JOHN

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No problem try these handy diagrams

http://offroadingsubarus.com/2bbl_hitachi_carburator_mod.html

http://www.subarubrat.com/Retrofitting%20the%20Weber%20DGAV%2032.htm

hope this helps, the second link might be more useful, contains diagrams on the carby details

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First clen all parts of carborator.
REvove dust from carborator with full force AIR.

Then tune the carborator jet niddle.

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