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PostPosted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 7:12 pm 
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Hi guys, Im looking for some information regarding the carburetor on a 1992 Suzuki Cultus. Its got a 1.0 G10 lump in it.

Im unsure of what carb is in it, and need a rebuild kit and choke for it.

Heres a pic of my carb, can get more if needed..

Thanks in advance guys. :)

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 12:06 am 
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You shouldn't have any problems.
Here is what you're looking for:
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This is a much simpler carburetor to deal with than the ones given to the USA market, so count your blessings.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2014 9:32 am 
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If you have an american suzuki cultus, then yes that diagram will help. However, if your suzuki comes from the aisan market or caribbean market then that will NOT help.

The carburetors used in North America were completely different than those used in the rest of the world.

How do I know this... I had the same issues...

I had to get my Carb rebuild Kit from Australia.

There should be a silver metallic tag bolted to the Carburator. (I can see it in your photo) It has a number on it like....62E10 which was used on my 1996 1.0L Swift.
It is possible that you are using one of the following Suzuki Carbs: The jets used on my 1.0L carb were he 62E10 #93, # 132, #47
13200-60E10 CARBURETOR ASSY
13200-60B00 CARBURETOR ASSY
13200-62E10 CARBURETOR ASSY
13200-62B00 CARBURETOR ASSY

Try http://www.nardek.com.au/

part 90-20

http://www.nardek.com.au/90-18.htm This kit is used on the Canadian Sprint 3cyl.

I no longer see 90-20 on their website which was the kit I needed for my Carb. If you know what the gaskets of your carb looks like then that will help you. That was how I knew that 90-20 was the one i needed and not 90-18. You may need to call them to see if they still carry that kit.

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The image that are shown above are the in the 90-20 kit.

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The image above are the gaskets in the 90-18 kit.

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