' carburettor to maintain the classic looks.
, fuel injection has other advantages over carbs. From a tuning point of view, it's a lot easier to adjust fuel injection than it is to repeatedly strip, adjust and rebuild a set of carburettors. Simply plug in a laptop and do it with a few keystrokes
Balancing or synchronising the carburettors on a multi-cylinder motorcycle is an important part of machine set-up. Out-of-synch carbs will cause an engine to cough, splutter and tick-over erratically at the best of times. But no fear, the balancing
1 Get all the necessary bodywork/tank/side panels out of the way and put them somewhere safe. Now loosen the jubilee clips that hold the carb to the inlet manifold and airbox.2 Undo and disconnect all the fuel lines and electrical connectors that lead to the carb. Some of the ov...
Jump to our descriptive step by step guide for clean carbsWith more and more bikes now coming with fuel-injection the art of fettling carburretors is gradually being forgotten, so here's a reminder. It's only in the last five years that fuel-injection has really become common on ...
The digital revolution promises an easier life; cameras that only take a picture when everyone's smiling, microwaves that promise to precisely defrost your dinner but did anyone actually ask for any of this? When it comes to motorcycling, have electronics really helped or has the...
motorcyclists but also more controlled and faster motorcyclists.Go back 30-odd years and the matter of fuel and spark was quite straightforward and almost entirely mechanical.Fuel was fed via a carburettor or multiple carburettors. Spark came via a magneto
's best selling YZF125.The Yamaha comparisons don't stop there. The Rieju RS3 uses exactly the same liquid cooled four-stroke, four-valve motor made by Minarelli/Yamaha in Italy. However, running on a carburettor rather than fuel injection, the Rieju
motorcyclists but also more controlled and faster motorcyclists.Go back 30-odd years and the matter of fuel and spark was quite straightforward and almost entirely mechanical. Fuel was fed via a carburettor or multiple carburettors. Spark came via a magneto
-rotating shaft, twin rotating discs, liquid cooling, electronically governed Rave valve on exhaust Brake for stroke 72,8 x 60 mm Displacement 498 cm3 Max power / revs more than 140 HP at 11.750 rpm (unleaded fuel) Carburettors n° 2 Dell'Orto VHSD 42 Starter
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