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Old 05-19-2016, 10:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a 1992 Suzuki Carry DD51T, with carbed F6A engine. I've looked around some, but haven't found much luck. Has anyone found any commonly found engine parts that work on the F6A? Mine smokes pretty much constantly now, but engine feels solid, good power, etc. Just drove it on a 6hr road trip. Just faintly smokes blue the whole time. And it's incredibly hard to start when cold. I have the carb off now to clean it. But I'm leaning towards it needing piston rings, etc...

Didn't know if maybe someone has figured out if rings from say a Geo Metro would work, or anything else.

For instance my old Honda GL500 can use piston rings from an 80s Honda Civic. Which are cheaper and easier to get at a parts store.
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Also... has anyone rigged up a manual choke cable? just curious. This carb seems way over complicated for what it is. Like I could just put a single motorcycle carb on a custom intake boot and a manual choke cable and it run perfect. You don't need coolant lines running through a carb, or that number of vacuum lines running all over the place.
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Greetings! This is a world wide forum, where do U live?
The water lines are to keep the carb from freezing in winter, and maybe to cool it in summer.
The vacuum lines are to meet emissions standards in Japan.
There are several on line stores in Georgia, and California that have new parts.
This carb has been used since about 1985? and has gathered hoses as standards change. The new ones do not have the water lines I understand.
The thought was the heat would keep carb freeze from happening during low temp and high humidity. That is what I have found reading for the last 8 years. Mine has fuel injection, much better.
I came across a pile of carbs in a shop and had my camera, so got some good pics, and ask the mec what they were for. Good luck.
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I've had carbs on nearly everything I've owned. Cars, motorcycles, ATVs, etc. Only 1 other time have I had any with coolant lines running to them. And it was pointless. Just some experimenting from the company. Claiming if you run in hot conditions then you can get vapor lock from the hot gas fumes. Never happened to me. I live in Florida USA. It's hot here.. was 92F yesterday. Summer hasn't started yet... I'd rather have fuel injection, but a carb is what I have. I'll probably be looking into removing any emissions stuff on it. Simplify the engine. The cheapest prices I can find for a rebuild kit is $380 USD, and it's actually from the Philipines.
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We have thousands of mecs here that work on these trucks every day, and they do not try to remove what little there is on them because most times it don't work out. Take pictures before you start. This kit is $45.00 with free shipping in US. another one is $135 plus $75 shipping.they are the same kit. Shop around on GOOGLE

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