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where can I see the manual of 100cc carburetor repair, carb restoration?

I had an old Chinese 100cc motorbike which starts bad and has been: idling loss, high fuel consumption,so I thought that my motorbike was getting problem with the carburetor.

I want to repair it myself, please help me.


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Firstly Say hello in newbies and tell us a bit about yourself

Hi! Gary :)

I'm from Vietnam, a country where more than 11 million people drive motorbike.

I'm 50 years old, I live in Hochiminh city, man, occupation: mechanical engineer, I know less about motorbike engine and carburetor, I go to my office and come back home daily by my motorbike ,which is an old 100cc Dream style made in China.

In Vietnam, many people like to repair themselves their motorcycles, simply for the economic reason.

So, I'm very happy if you can give me something useful to resolve my problem.

Many thanhks! Pardon me for my bad English!

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strip the carb down, taking very careful note of where everything goes, and if some items are only screwed part way in, wind them in fully then remove them, counting the number of turns from where they were(so they can be replaced in the same position)

Soak, or rinse all the parts in carb cleaner, then use compressed air(if you have a supply) to blow any dirt from all the tiny drillings and passages.

Rebuild the carb. All should be good.

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