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topic 17778

Cleaning zamak carburetors


2002

Hello,

I am rebuilding a motorbike. The carburetors are in Zamak and are very dirty internally and very oxidized externally. How can I clean them. Which chemical product can I use ? Looking forward to your answer I thank you in advance.

Sincerely yours,

LEBOEUF Alain
- Asnieres, Hauts de Seine, FRANCE


March 29, 2008

The best thing you can do to clean a carburetor is to lay them in fuel for a day

that normally should do it.

Birger Gillis
- Antwerp, Belgium



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