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PostPosted: Sat Oct 28, 2006 5:43 pm 
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ok i went to amost all the threads in this forum and i know this info and please correct me if i have some info wrong :

i have a suzuki 1100cc motorcycle carb and i have a mk1 dizzy and i know i need a low pressure fuel pump and maybe a fuel regulator but im not shure if i realy realy need that.

and how do i do it with the brake booster i have no vacuum ????

thats about it please correct me if my info that i have gathered around is wrong id realy apreciate it

with great regards Korminizzle


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around here you can get a low pressure carb pump at any parts store.

and you need to pull vacume for your brakes at a location below the carb.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 4:17 am 
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Korminizzle wrote:
ok i went to amost all the threads in this forum and i know this info and please correct me if i have some info wrong :

i have a suzuki 1100cc motorcycle carb and i have a mk1 dizzy and i know i need a low pressure fuel pump and maybe a fuel regulator but im not shure if i realy realy need that.

and how do i do it with the brake booster i have no vacuum ????

thats about it please correct me if my info that i have gathered around is wrong id realy apreciate it

with great regards Korminizzle


depending on the manifold you have used, I use a T brass piece and have it tapped into the manifold. I join all of the T pices with short vacumm hose and run it through a non-return valve to the booster.
I used this setup in both quad-carb and quad-TB setup.


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Hi,

As far as I know, bike carbs are almost run as gravity feed.
If you have injection pump in the tank then it will be too high.
You will be fluding carbs and too much fuel will go into chambers.
If you can still run it, rich fuel will take your oil film off cylinder bore and it will cause excessive warefor piston and cylinder bore.

If you can get it, buy one with glass bowl with filter inside with adjustable pressure valve.

I think there will be vacume take offjust after the butterfly spindles.
I had a bike TB(Kawasaki), have aHonda CBR 1000 carbs and Yamaha R1 carbs.
All of them do have vacume take off.
They are usually blocked off with small black cap.
All you need to do is make a pipe with t-piece to go to all 4 cylinders.

Then again, some of you might say, all you need is 1.

I hope this info will help you.

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miniswift wrote:

Then again, some of you might say, all you need is 1.



depending where you are havingg that "1" connected to . If it is after the air metering is done (ie between the engine valve and butterfly valve that cylinder will have a different AFR to the other 3 cylinders).
Having a pickup before the butterfly valve will do very little for your vaccum booster.

My suggestion is to have either all or none connected.


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thnx for all the information peapz but i think u can close this now i am all done here thnx again for everything


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