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Old 06-12-2011, 11:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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well i fully rebuilt my 1.3 motor added a header exhaust and im now in the market for a carburator which ive heard gives a good boost of power. i would like to get some opinions from you guys? is it pretty easy to install and does it really make a big difference in power? and input is appreciated, oh and whats up with the maual choke? water choke? etc? which weber is the ideal set up for my 88 samurai?
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From what I understand, motorcycle carbs do better off-road on steep hills than Webers.

You might consider the MySide kits;
ZOR My-Side 1 and My-Side 2 Harley Davidson Side Draft Carb Installation Kits for Samurai - Engine Upgrade - 86-95 Samurai - Suzuki

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There is also a kit that will allow you to use 4 side-draft carbs from a GSX-R to get maximum power out of the engine. This what I would do if not for California smog, but I've been working on motorcycles for 20 years. Samurai Products, GSXR Products

Since I'm in California and don't like to swap back and forth at smog time, I'm limited to the stock carb or an engine swap.
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