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Neue vergasser?

Postby indreams » Tue Jun 09, 2015 8:06 am

schade für mein Deutsch (Google Translate)

Mein Problem ist, die Vergaser.

Meine heutige Vergaser sind schlecht, und ich werde einige neue bestellen. Bob Whright verkauft eine neue Original-Set für 165 £, aber ist die MIKUNI TM34 Flachschieber Vergaser wert das zusätzliche Geld (KEDO verkauft sie für 500 € = £ 400)

Alle Eingänge sind willkommen

sorry for my German(google translate)

My problem is the carburetors.

My current carburetors are bad and I will order some new. Bob Whright sells a new original set for £165 but is the MIKUNI TM34 Flat Slide Carburettor worth the extra money(kedo sells them for 500€=£400)

all inputs are welcome

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby Dietmar » Tue Jun 09, 2015 8:04 pm

@Indreams,
the Mikuni TM34-65 is a Competion Carb. ok it is more expensive.
by Topham - Mikuni Germany it is by 475 Euro .
or the simple solution , with a Dellotro PHBH 30QS from the Gilera XRT ???
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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby garagien » Wed Jun 10, 2015 9:52 am

Teikei is scrap, Dellorto reliable, Mukuni nearly perfect, Keihin best. If you are willing to put some money to the bike and you able to modify by yourself then you will happy about the change. Needs some adjustment works. Position of carbs is tricky to handle and brings you bloody fingers. Afterwards you feel like a hero.

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby indreams » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:44 pm

Thanks for all replies

I wrote to Topham and they say that the center spaceing for the TM34-B65 is min. 68 mm and when I meassure my nordie it's 65 mm

anybody having input on this?

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Michael (once a Saturno owner to)

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby Dietmar » Mon Jun 22, 2015 7:42 pm

Hey Micheal

The TM34-B65 fits definitely on the Nordie.
The center of the Mass carburetor is adjustable and has been repeatedly
mounted on the Nordi.
Especially the B65 tell from the measure of the distance between the centers.

The carburetor is also available for other measures. eg 98 mm

That was a Komunikationsproblem

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby indreams » Tue Jun 23, 2015 6:03 am

thanks *danke*

will order later to day

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby Joachim » Tue Jun 23, 2015 4:44 pm

send pics ;)

and keep us informed.

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby Dietmar » Tue Jun 23, 2015 5:57 pm

Hi Michael

the Board Member "ich558" drives the Mikuni TM
for years on the Nordi and is satisfied.
send him a message
I ride the favorable solution Dellorto

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby indreams » Fri Jul 10, 2015 6:34 am

well the carburator has arrived :D

BUT, with out jets. Which size is best for a standard Nordie?

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby Dietmar » Sun Jul 12, 2015 3:22 pm

Hello Michael,
The forum sizes are called L 112.5 and R 110th
Give the search: TM34 and Nordwest

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Re: Neue vergasser?

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby indreams » Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:29 am

well, small update :) The carbs are recieved incl. new jets

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the carbs centering is 68 mm and the "manifol" is 65 mm. not at big problem though

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trail fittet with very small tolerance from idle screw to frame

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havent got pictures of the carbs final fitment but they works very good indeed. Just have to go to a rolling road to get the mixture checked.

thanks all for the help *danke* rulez

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Re: Neue vergasser?

Postby Joachim » Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:48 am

looks like the carbs are mounted on some kind of steel sheet.
Did they touch anywhere?
If not, i might be possible to file the mounting holes more oval to get them closer together

Good luck with the jetting ;)

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