Need help with high performance carburetor

Alven Narcisse /

I have a puch maxi and was wondering if this carburetor would be compatible with my moped.

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Re: Need help with high performance carburetor

Not sure about compatibility, but if you buy a $30 "performance" carburetor, don't expect to get the same performance as a $130 carb.

Re: Need help with high performance carburetor

short answer is no

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Lol no. Wayyy too big. Not for a two stroke either.

Also, just changing a carb isn't going to do much.

Remember whenever you change the carb, exhaust or cylinder you need to re tune the carb by changing jets. If you don't, your cylinder/Piston/bearings can seize destroying your engine. The oil is in the gas right.

If you don't want to tear the engine down but want to increase performance. A 15mm bing carb, matching 15mm intake manifold, and expansion chamber exhaust is the way to go

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Overpriced Parts /

Stock puch cylinder or mild piston port kit (PP) a 14mm bing and 14-15 intake is what you want, 14 mm bing starts easier when cold/bike been sitting for awhile and it has a bit more low end then a 15mm bing, 15 mm bing makes a bit more power mid to high rpm though,

They both have near the same top speed given the pipe is the limiting factor many times but 14-17mm carb for stock cylinder or small/mild PP kit/build it’s pretty much all you’ll need

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Alven Narcisse /

Thanks

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Tweaker trash /

> Aaron Blair Wrote:

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> Lol no. Wayyy too big. Not for a two stroke either.

>

> Also, just changing a carb isn't going to do much.

>

> Remember whenever you change the carb, exhaust or cylinder you need to

> re tune the carb by changing jets. If you don't, your

> cylinder/Piston/bearings can seize destroying your engine. The oil is in

> the gas right.

>

> If you don't want to tear the engine down but want to increase

> performance. A 15mm bing carb, matching 15mm intake manifold, and

> expansion chamber exhaust is the way to go

It’s not that big but yea sha15 is tiny

Re: Need help with high performance carburetor

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its performance because its colorful. I think this is a well established rule

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Juleon Cotillon /

That carb better come with vtech and an adjustable cam gear. Itll rip your face off when it hits 30mph. Seriously though, that carb is pretty bonkers. I dont think youll be able to find parts for a rando ebay one with the title "Performance carb" on it.

Hell, just buy it and post the results.

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Dirty30 Dillon /

It's just a bad copy of a PWK. Which was designed for 2t applications.

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