RE: cold air = lean?

Ivo /
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The carb on the Vespa I used to have was crap, it really was the most worthless carburettor I have ever seen. Old Honda's (like my own) are equipped with Keihin carburettors, you can run with them for as long as you want. Keihin carburettors are a lot better then a lot of people think, they want a 27mm Mikuni flatslide or a Dell'orto, and when they've got money they want a Takegawa, Daytona or Kitaco high performance carb, but Keihin belongs right among those three high quality carbs.

I've got a 20mm Keihin carburettor on my Honda SS50, it's originally the carb for a Honda CB125. It runs great, even when it's freezing, and it delivers a lot of power too.

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  cold air = lean?Topic by: Nick Nick 11/29/00 12:52PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 11/29/00 01:17PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ivo Ivo 11/29/00 05:27PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: mike mike 11/29/00 09:08PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Fred Fred 11/30/00 02:22AM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 11/30/00 11:02AM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ivo Ivo 11/30/00 04:03PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Fred Fred 11/30/00 05:55PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 11/30/00 05:57PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Fred Fred 11/30/00 06:36PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: mike mike 11/30/00 07:29PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Fred Fred 12/01/00 03:50AM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ivo Ivo 12/03/00 06:40AM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: mike mike 12/07/00 09:22AM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 11/30/00 07:48PM
  jettingRe: Fred Fred 12/01/00 02:27PM
  RE: jettingRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 12/01/00 04:59PM
  RE: cold air = lean?Re: tim tim 11/30/00 11:00PM

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