hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by Limp1144 » Tue Jul 14, 2009 10:01 pm

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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by burnt_toast » Wed Jul 15, 2009 8:32 am

losthope wrote:
Arnadanoob wrote:Bakaracer is right on the money. Ideally 24mm carbs will work better in the end. If there's anything anyone here is going to learn from being here, take this one home. Sometimes in order for the engine to produce more responsive power, you need to go smaller on the carb. There's a lot more people miscalculating the need for carburetion that it's very common to find folks that over carb their bikes.
So what size carb would you put on a polini corsa?
28oko is *, and perfect if you like to be LOUD :mrgreen:

26mm should be good too for optimal flow
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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by Arnadanoob » Wed Jul 15, 2009 9:50 am

On a stock Corsa, ideally you want to be between 20mm-24mm in carb size for absolute top performance, however finding carbs in that range isn't always easy. In Hawaii alot of guys go with a 28mm, not because it's better than a 24mm (all it does is drink more gas and make more noise) but due to price, the 24mm is very close if not the same price as the 28mm.
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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by maddog » Thu Jul 16, 2009 8:53 pm

you could go for a polini/fabrezzi 82cc all alluminium bore with crank costs big bucks also a 25mm polini low profile carb+intake works great...
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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by Limp1144 » Sat Jul 18, 2009 5:54 pm

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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by bakaracer » Sat Jul 18, 2009 6:59 pm

losthope wrote:
Arnadanoob wrote:Bakaracer is right on the money. Ideally 24mm carbs will work better in the end. If there's anything anyone here is going to learn from being here, take this one home. Sometimes in order for the engine to produce more responsive power, you need to go smaller on the carb. There's a lot more people miscalculating the need for carburetion that it's very common to find folks that over carb their bikes.
So what size carb would you put on a polini corsa?
anything 82cc or smaller 18-24mm carb.mini stroke crank with 72cc-82cc bore 24-28mm carb any bore and crank larger use 28-33mm carb.it depends what your setup is and how you port your cylinder too.
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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by maddog » Fri Jul 24, 2009 7:42 am

thats only for you local boyz :lol:
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Re: hot taiwan setup (Arnadanoob)

Post by veedubh20 » Fri Oct 23, 2009 5:38 am

pg long is the best pipe to run. :lol:

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