Carburetors come in all different sizes and shapes but they all have a very important role in the mechanics of a motorcycle engine. Once petrol enters your bike, it passes through the carburetor which infuses it with air in order to turn it into a fine mist before it enters the chamber where it is turned into energy. Unfortunately, this means that if anything other than petrol or air enters into your carb, it’ll become clogged and your engine won’t get the gas it needs to run. With a clogged carb, you won’t be going far. Actually, you won’t be going anywhere. So it’s important to keep your carburetor clean and free of build up or gunk that can occur from having dirty fuel flowing from the petrol tank.
If a motorcycle sits for a period of time with petrol in its system, the lighter bases of the gasoline will evaporate leaving behind the heavier components of the gas. These heavier components will gunk up into a thick and annoying substance known as varnish that will keep your carburetor from doing its job
Ultrasonic cleaning is a process that uses ultrasound and an appropriate cleaning solvent to clean items. Cleaning normally lasts between three and six minutes, but can exceed 20 minutes.
If your motorcycle has been sat for a long period of time it may be nessesary to remove the carburetors and clean with an Ultrasonic Cleaner, a carburetor repair kit or jets mabe needed to replace any damaged parts.
High quality carburetor rebuild kits are the easy solution to rebuilding your carburetor