Carb and Jet Cleaning 125/150/200 engines.
Open the seat and remove the pet carrier or relevant panels.

Loosen the large hoses at the carb and turn the carb over.

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This is a picture of the bottom of the carb. Remove the four screws at each corner of the float chamber, you will loose about three table spoons of fuel, so put a cloth beneath to catch the spills.

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Inside the carb you will see two jets, the large "stack" is the main jet and the recessed one is the idle circuit.

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Remove these jets and soak them in carb cleaner and blow through with compressed air. Do not poke through the holes with a metal instrument!

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