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    2C alternative carbs

    Hi

    Anyone tried anything different? my Dellorto's are pretty worn, may look to fit alternatives.

    What about these?

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/24mm-Keih...t/273290708065

    would need connecting the chokes somehow, would 24mm or 26mm be preferable?

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    They look like Chinese copies, probably alright to run a dumper, but not a 2 Stroke! Try larger dellortos or buy some 2nd hand carbs of a jap 2 stroke.
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    I would consider OKO carbs.
    try these guys:
    Sales

    I have them on a couple of my vintage bikes and used on on a modern bike. They work well. Of course, jetting etc would likely take some time to figure out, those guys may have an idea for starting.

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    I second that for OKO carb. The true OKO carb is a licensed copy of the Keihin. Takes Keihin jets too. I run one on my Benelli 200 Sprite.



    There are several Chinese knock-offs, calling themselves OKO. A OKO should be around $100 us. The Chinese knockoffs are around $30 us.

    I personally have compared the 2. the Chinese ones are junk....... The also do NOT take Keihin jets. no support either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBM View Post
    I second that for OKO carb. The true OKO carb is a licensed copy of the Keihin. Takes Keihin jets too. I run one on my Benelli 200 Sprite.



    There are several Chinese knock-offs, calling themselves OKO. A OKO should be around $100 us. The Chinese knockoffs are around $30 us.

    I personally have compared the 2. the Chinese ones are junk....... The also do NOT take Keihin jets. no support either.
    Delortto can supply new version, the foot plate is different but they can be adapted, mine have worked a treat

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