Question about Motorcycles
A reed valve in a 2 stroke engine is basically a way to prevent the fuel/air mixture from being blown back into the carb. If yours keep failing, the most likely reason is that you have bought cheap reeds. There should also be a reed valve support on the carb side. this is to stop the valve from vibrating and bending the wrong way.
Posted on Apr 24, 2013
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