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Buddy sold to me for $20 carb was horrid, tank.... another horrible nightmare. Por 15 is on the way. Im just trying to figure out this carb. It started with starter fluid ran 15 seconds, after first carb clean. Will not run without liquid fire. Need help ID carb please.

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Carb is probably gummed up inside somewhere. If you haven't already, use GumOut with the straw and squirt into all passages you can find. Also as a test, don't use that tank until you get it cleaned up. Find another container for gas and use it. I have one of those rabbit/hamster water bottles with the check valve taken out of it that I use for that.

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Carb is probably gummed up inside somewhere. If you haven't already, use GumOut with the straw and squirt into all passages you can find. Also as a test, don't use that tank until you get it cleaned up. Find another container for gas and use it. I have one of those rabbit/hamster water bottles with the check valve taken out of it that I use for that.

Rob
I like the hamster idea, and after watch a video I realized i didn't have 3 jets, the idle jet that's tunable! Im almost positive that may have something to do with it?

Gumout will remove all that varnish? I soaked it for days an still cant get it all. Float tower so bad cannot remove the pin!

Is the PD 63A carb any good? All i could find was used in earlier 80's motorcycles 550?

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That pic I posted of cutting the throttle cap off was from my TRX250EX , the threads of the new carb ( which was after market ) was different , everything else the same , it ran perfect with the after market carb , I was able to cut the cap and split it then use the cap from the new carb ----------------- I have gone thru a few 200SX's , fun bike to ride , very fast , I still have a lot of parts for the 200SX , are you close to New Orleans , La ------ I know the carb is no longer available new from Honda , so I posted that so if you do have to get an after market carb and run into the same problem I did , it might help
 

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What exact carb did you buy? There is so many. And im more confused because the carb it came with is from an older honda motorcycle I belive? Still not sure

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That pic I posted of cutting the throttle cap off was from my TRX250EX , the threads of the new carb ( which was after market ) was different , everything else the same , it ran perfect with the after market carb , I was able to cut the cap and split it then use the cap from the new carb ----------------- I have gone thru a few 200SX's , fun bike to ride , very fast , I still have a lot of parts for the 200SX , are you close to New Orleans , La ------ I know the carb is no longer available new from Honda , so I posted that so if you do have to get an after market carb and run into the same problem I did , it might help
Im rural Cincinnati, OH area

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16100-HB3-014 is the original carb number , it is no longer available , if you put that number onto e-bay it comes up with a few OEMs used carbs for around $90 , and some after market for around $30 ---as far as which one I got , I can't remember , when I ordered it they said it was a direct replacement but out the box it never really fit , had to modify it
 
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