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Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor

Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor 932/300/PREM

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  • Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor 932/300/PREM
  • Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor 932/300/PREM
  • Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor 932/300/PREM
  • Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor 932/300/PREM
Genuine Amal MK 1-32mm Right Hand Carburetor

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$225.00
SKU: 932/300/PREM
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Right Hand 32mm Amal Concentric 4 Stroke Carburetor

Includes:
3.0 Cutaway in Slide
106 Needle Jet
220 Main Jet

 


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SKU 932/300/PREM
Brand Amal
Accelerator Pump No

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  • What is the difference in an Amal an 32mm concentric being rated as a four stroke carb. I'm building a vintage 100cc Hodaka racer from the 1960s. In that era my shop built several two stroke racers with these carbs. My question is has anything changed since that period that would prevent me from using the new concentric Amal in a two stroke application. Thanks!
    Max

    Typically a 2 stroke carburetor will use a primary type needle jet. A four stroke can use a bleed type. To use this carburetor on a 2 stroke, you should also purchase the needed size of a 622/079 series needle jet. Unfortunately at this time (12/20/2017), all sizes are on backorder

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Dec 20, 2017 9:41:00 AM
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What is the difference in an Amal an 32mm concentric being rated as a four stroke carb. I'm building a vintage 100cc Hodaka racer from the 1960s. In that era my shop built several two stroke racers with these carbs. My question is has anything changed since that period that would prevent me from using the new concentric Amal in a two stroke application. Thanks!
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