dont know what carby to use

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    haha just beat me wogtaz
     
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    soo.. is the carby okay to use or not..?
     
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    if its a 24mm it would be fine but you will need an air filter and manifold adapter as well
     
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    The 24 Mikuni sounds like the Chinese copy ... They're 24 mm round thru the venturi and 28 mm out of the rear ...
     
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    I am really confused right now, the chinese seller I bought it off was flogging it as being a VM24 but after reading some info on the web and then measuring the carb I found it to be 28mm, so I updated the forsale thread with the correct information.

    From what I can gather at a quick glance is that this carb is the same as what Cactus is explaining in the second post in this thread: http://www.miniriders.com.au/tech-talk/20186-new-fake-vm24-mikuni-made-china.html
    Sorry for all the confusion, seems like there has been some new information that I was not aware of.
     
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    That carby is what they call a vm22 it's a 26mm carby it's plenty big enough for a 125 just depends on what jets are in it as to weather it will run right chuck it on she how she goes:) hope it a goa for u
     
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    Been doing a bit of thread mining ? [​IMG]

    Lol, just stirring, but this thread is 6 year's old now
     
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    Hey mate yeah I been doing some research so I've got yx160 on the way and I'm trying to work out which carby would work better I've got a vm24 28mm and I've got a vm26 30mm booth mikuni which one do you think will perform better ?
     

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