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  • How to Clean a 2 Cycle Engine Carburetor

    Nothing more frusturating for the average individual than a 2 cycle engine that will note start or run well.. If you have compression and Spark those two cycles run very well with a bit of Carb work that anyone can do. 99% of Carb problems in our Diagnostics Lab 5 years years ago were traced to bad machining of the flapper valve Aluminum surface. That surface so important to proper flapper valve seating is a rough sanded factory surface comparable to a 180 grit sand job . Just look at those machining marks in there. Take apart only that flapper valve side of the Carp. Then take and polish that entire Aluminum surface with a 1500 grit Auto polishing paper glued to a flat board . The flapper valves will it seat properly and 2 cycle engines become easy starters . Many of our t...

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    Nothing more frusturating for the average individual than a 2 cycle engine that will note start or run well.. If you have compression and Spark those two cycles run very well with a bit of Carb work that anyone can do. 99% of Carb problems in our Diagnostics Lab 5 years years ago were traced to bad machining of the flapper valve Aluminum surface. That surface so important to proper flapper valve seating is a rough sanded factory surface comparable to a 180 grit sand job . Just look at those machining marks in there. Take apart only that flapper valve side of the Carp. Then take and polish that entire Aluminum surface with a 1500 grit Auto polishing paper glued to a flat board . The flapper valves will it seat properly and 2 cycle engines become easy starters . Many of our test engines starting with one or two pulls 5 years later. Don't be fooled by Carb replacement garble Resurface that Aluminum surface as above and your starting problems will be gone.

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