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DIY Carburetor Synchronize / Balance Tool
This is a homemade bottle style carburetor synchronization tool ( homemade manometer ) and balancing tool. If you are going to attempt to, or want to know how to sync your carburetors, there are a few things to know first. 1. Carburetor Synchronization = Adjusting your carburetor throttle plates or throttle slides so they move from your carburetors idle setting to wide open throttle simultaneously, or in sync with each other. 2. Balancing Carburetors = Adjusting your carburetors so they allow each cylinder to flow or pull the same amount of air and fuel at your desired idle speed. Carburetor sync and carburetor balancing go hand in hand. 3. Idle speed screw adjustments must be made at normal operation temperatures. 4. Air fuel mixture screw adjustments must be made at normal operating temperatures. 5. Air fuel mixture adjustments only affect your carburetors pilot circuit, which means from idle to part throttle. Air fuel mixture screw adjustments have zero effect on wide open throttle. 6. Carburetor running rich = Too much gas not enough air. Carburetor running lean = Too much air not enough gas. 7. Wide open throttle rich or lean conditions are adjusted two ways: A. Carburetors with throttle slides have a clip on the carburetor main jet needle. Raising the main jet needle clip drops the needle deeper into the main jet and will lean the carburetor out. Lowering the main jet needle clip will raise the needle and enrich your carburetors mix. B. Carburetors with throttle plates (butterfly style) need to have the carburetors main jet changed to a larger diameter jet to richen the mix or a smaller diameter jet to lean your mix. 8. If your engine will not idle correctly or your air fuel mixture screws seem to have no affect on the engine at idle, then most likely your pilot jet circuit is clogged and you should clean it. The snowmobile in the video is a 1986 Arctic cat cougar 500 fan cooled, it has Mikuni vm34 roundslide carburetors which have a primer nipple on the engine side of the throttle slide. Perfect place to attach a homemade manometer to balance everything. These mikuni vm34 roundslide carburetors were common on many motorcycles, snowmobiles and atv's. Suzuki, yamaha, polaris, arctic cat, all used them at one time or another, they are good carburetors when they are dialed in.





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1993 GM 3.1 No Start Case Study (Part II)
This is part 2 of the car with the blown engine computer, where we find the cause of all of these problems, as well as install a new engine computer. For more help with no start diagnostics, I have material available on my website at www.scannerdanner.com This video was recorded during shop time at Rosedale Technical Institute in Pittsburgh PA. For more information about our school go to www.rosedaletech.org I would love to have you as part of my class in person!





Weber 40-44 IDF install Part 2
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Homemade 4 Cylinder Carburetor Synchronizer/Manometer
An extended video of my homemade manometer with detailed explanations and demonstrations of it in operation. Very inexpensive yet very accurate. I used Snapple bottles which worked fine, but if you can get taller bottles that would be better as it gives you more time to fix a severely out-of-sync cylinder before a bottle runs dry. You'll notice my design links all 4 cylinders together to give you true comparison across all 4 cylinders. Since it's been asked: if you get air in the reservoir line simply blow/suck on one of the cylinder lines until all air bubbles are gone; just like if a bottle goes dry, etc. And for the carburetor adapters, you can make your own (see my comment in the comments section) or buy them here: http://www.z1enterprises.com/ItemDetails.aspx?itemDescription=Vacuum+Carb+S ync+Adapter+Kit+5mm&item=MP08-0013 Here's a list of required materials: 4 Glass bottles 4 Rubber Stoppers 4 plastic 'tees' 20'-25' clear tubing 4 intake port adapters (specific to your bike make/model) Tip: put the stoppers in the freezer for a while before trying to drill the holes for the tubing and it will drill much cleaner.





EMPI HPMX Initial Set-Up & Adjustment
EMPI HPMX Initial Set-Up & Adjustment video. This instructional video will provide an introduction to the EMPI HPMX Carburetor and all of it's key components.





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Dellorto / Weber carb secrets #2
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Carburetor Tuning, Featuring Gene Winfield's The Thing - Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
http://www.andysautosport.com/carburetors.html Adjusting a carburetor might sound scary, but with a few of the right tools just about anyone can do it. Furthermore, today's carburetors are set up very well from the factory, requiring only minor adjustments to get awesome performance right out of the box! From stock replacement parts to high-performance aftermarket accessories, Andy's Auto Sport has what you need to get the looks and power your vehicle deserves. Source: http://www.andysautosport.com http://www.andysautosporttv.com Contact Us 1(800) 419 1152 or by email info@andysautosport.com Please feel free to rank our video, share it, or embed it!





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