How does a constant vacuum carburetor work?

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How does a constant vacuum carburetor work?

Constant vacuum carburetors, also called variable choke carburetors and constant velocity carburetors, are carburetors where the throttle cable was connected directly to the throttle cable plate. Pulling the cord caused raw gasoline to enter the carburetor, creating a large emission of hydrocarbons.

How do Mikuni carburetors work?

The starting system works by opening a passage that allow more fuel to pass through a different set of jets making the mixture richer. The vent allows air to escape as the fuel come in. At the bottom of the carburetor is the float bowl or chamber and the accelerator pump.

How often do carburetors need to be cleaned?

every six months

How do you polish a carburetor?

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Where do you spray carburetor cleaner?

With engine running: Spray down and around the carburetor throat to remove deposits from the throttle plate area. Do not spray down carburetor throat with engine off. Do not spray below throttle plate.

Will an engine run on seafoam?

Remember, Sea Foam Motor Treatment only contains petroleum-based ingredients and is always safe to use in all types of gasoline and diesel engine fuels. It does NOT contain harsh detergent or abrasive chemicals. Sea Foam in your fuel is always cleaning, lubricating and protecting your entire fuel system!