CARBURATOR ASSEMBLY APACHE RTR 160CC (U86) UCAL

Item Code:BS26253
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Box Pack Weight (approx.)959 Grams
Box Pack Volume (approx.)6912 CC (Volumetric Weight Applied in Shipping is 1.38 Kg.)
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Rs. 150.00
Brand Name: UCAL
Product Quality: OEM Vendor Spares
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a carburetor or carburettor is a device that mixes air and fuel for internal combustion engines in the proper air–fuel ratio for combustion. it is sometimes colloquially shortened to carb in the uk and north america or carby in australia.

carburator assembly are manufactured using high grade aluminium and advanced technology. the fitment of the product is as per oe specification.

These CARBURATOR ASSEMBLY are offered by UCAL brand. UCAL Fuel System Limited offers comprehensive Fuel Management Systems for Automotive sector. The company also manufactures pumps, emission control parts and various components for both ferrous and non ferrous material. UCAL has since been a preferred supplier for some of the top OEMs such as Maruti Udyog, Hyundai, Cummins, Bosch, TVS Motor, Bajaj Auto, etc.Its product range includes carburators & fuel system.

Installation And Maintenance

Installation of Carburator assembly

 

a motorcycle carburetor is responsible for mixing the correct gasoline ratio and air needed to run the engine. if there is too much gasoline it will result to a rich mix, while too little gasoline will make it lean. it controls the throttle, enrichner and the idle speed adjusting screw.following are the general tips for proper caring and replacing of motorcycle carburetor. these are simple stuff that you can easily do.

detach the negative battery cable first before proceeding to remove the air filter assembly. use a masking tape to mark the vacuum lines you have removed. also remove the throttle, choke linkages, and other items connected to the carburetor. make sure to leave a guide mark on the removed items for ease in reinstallation. don’t forget to remove the fuel line from the carburetor and if there is fuel spill wipe it.
once all the linkages have been disconnected, also remove the bolts or nuts which secure the carburetor using a socket or combination wrench. remove the carburetor from the engine carefully and at a level because it contains fuel. drain the fuel into a safe can and detach the old gasket from its intake manifold.
rub the old gasket with a hand cloth. proceed to install the new carburetor and gasket on the carburetor box. secure its place with the bolts or nuts and reinstall the linkages you have removed earlier. reconnect the vacuum line, the choke and throttle, and lastly the fuel line. also replace and filter for fuel and air and reconnect the negative battery cable. here you are simply replacing the items you removed so it should be easy to do.
testing the engine
turn the engine on and check for any fuel leaks. don’t pour gasoline on the carburetor to start the engine. crank the engine to allow the fuel pump to pump fuel unto the carburetor. do continuous cranking for 30 to 40 seconds and let it cool for 3 to 4 minutes before restarting.

 

Maintenance of Carburator assembly

 

a scheduled inspection must be followed to check on these parts to ensure proper operation. motorcycle bikes don’t come cheap that’s why you need to properly care for it and immediately repair it if needed.
general maintenance is required for the carburetor to work effectively. over time, as gasoline dries up it leaves a sticky residue in the carburetor. this buildup will block the pilot jet and ruin your ride. to avoid this mess, remember to drain the float bowl after riding and keep your vehicle in a safe place with the fuel petcock turned off. when you do this the fuel will last longer than a month. however, if you forgot to do that and your motorcycle has not been used you will have to detach the carburetor from the motorcycle.in washing your bike, water goes through the cable and invades the hot-start mechanism causing deterioration in the carburetor. so make sure that the water does not penetrate the carburetor or else you will need to purchase a new one. the carburetor is like the central part of the motorcycle thus it should be properly maintained and cleaned regularly.

 


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