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Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor - Accelerator Pump

Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor - Accelerator Pump TM36-68

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  • Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor - Accelerator Pump TM36-68
  • Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor - Accelerator Pump TM36-68
  • Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor - Accelerator Pump TM36-68
Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor - Accelerator Pump

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Standard Jetting Specifications
Carburetor # Venturi Size Main jet (N100.604) Pilot Jet (VM28/486) Needle Jet Jet Needle Throttle Valve Air Jet Accelerator Pump
TM36-68 36 130 12.5 P-8 9DZH6-50 N/A 1.0 Yes

TM Series Carburetors provide significant performance improvements over older design round slide carburetors. Air flows faster and smoother through the TM Series venturi due to the flat slide configuration and the jet blocks which help create a smoothbore effect. The high velocity of the air flow means a stronger vacuum at the needle jet, providing more precise metering and better throttle response. With accelerator pump!


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Specification Details
SKU TM36-68
Brand Genuine Mikuni
Country of Manufacture Japan
Carburetor Application General
Carburetor Size 36mm
Carburetor Type Flat Slide
Carburetor Mount Spigot
Carburetor Intake Bell Diameter 54mm
Engine Side Sizing 42mm
Idle Location Left
Accelerator Pump Yes
Carburetor Depth 100mm
Carburetor Height 176mm
Carburetor Width 78mm
Slide Type TM42/08
Main Jet Series N100.604
Pilot Jet Series VM28/486
Needle Jet Series 568
Needle Series #9
Needle & Seat Type 786-36011
Starter Jet Series VM17/1002
Air Jet Series BS30/97
Pump Nozzle Series TM36/43
Float Height 19mm

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By on 10/27/2017

I installed this on my KLX351 BigBore and holy cow! Prepare yourself if you plan on installing this on your Kawi. Its a night and day difference. I wish i would have done this the day i installed the BB. If you have anything under a 331bb i wouldn't advise getting the 36mm. Purchase the 33/34mm. I got her Dyno, only the Main Jet needed to be changed and the needle was too lean. Easy adjustments. I have the Intake mod, fmf, and retarded the intake cam.

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  • I am interested in installing the TM36 flatside pumper carb on my SR500. It only has an air pod and shorty exhaust, otherwise engine is stock. Can you provide the proper jets for this bike/carb? Thanks

    We have not done much testing with this carb on an SR500. We have received some feedback from past customers that had some success running a 160 main and a 15 pilot jet. Aside from that, I dont have much information to go by. Having setup some other similar displacement, single cylinder bikes using this carb, it would seem there should be a reduction in the accelerator pump nozzle size, or at least a delayed activation of it, which is adjustable on the carb.

    We do offer a VM36 for the Yamaha 500s, which has a great track record of being almost spot on straight out of the box for a stock, to lightly modified bike.

    http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/mikuni/carburetors/vm36-4-yam500-mikuni-36mm-yamaha-sr-xt-tt-500-carburetor-by-mikuni.html

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Dec 11, 2017 10:46:00 AM
  • I am interested in installing this on a 1998 xr400. do you know if the stock cables will fit or do you offer a kit to install on the xr400?

    The stock cables will not work. But we offer a fantastic kit. This is one of our most popular kits and people love them!
    http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/mikuni/carb-kits/ncs240-honda-xr400r-tm36-pump-carb-kit-84011.html

    Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Jan 29, 2018 10:04:00 AM
  • When using this on a 78 sr500 can i use the stock air box side and cylinder side connection boots and the stock throttle cables ? Do i still run the vacuum line from the carb to the fuel petcock?

    We haven't yet developed a carburetor kit for the SR500, thought may be in the works this year. This carb would be an excellent choice for the SR, but you would need to determine if the carburetor will fit in the same space as the original carb; if the engine-side spigot would fit (42mm), if the air box boot would fit the intake bell (54mm); and if the same cables could be used. If the engine side spigot is not the same, perhaps another Mikuni manifold adapter can be used:
    http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/mikuni/flanges-adapters/carb-flange-carburetor-flange-adapters-rubber-by-mikuni.html
    You would also need to determine what jetting would work best for your bike. I have attached a link for an article showing how to tune and jet a Mikuni carb below. This is what we do when we build a kit for a bike. You may be able to find jetting specs on one of the user groups. I'm sure someone has used this carb on a SR500, a TT500, or XT500.
    I have attached a couple of links that might help you in putting this carb on your bike:
    http://www.vintagebikebuilder.com/choosing-aftermarket-carbs.html
    There is no provision for a vacuum port on this carb, so you could not draw vacuum from the carb, but you may be able to add a vacuum nipple to the intake manifold, or turn the petcock on manually.
    http://www.vintagebikebuilder.com/mikuni-tuning-and-jetting-guide.html

    Answer by: rick c (Admin) on Dec 30, 2019 4:27:00 PM
  • I have heard that this will work as a direct replacement for a 1982 Honda XL500R.
    Will the jets that come with it be pretty close or should I grab a couple bigger ones? The only mod it has is exhaust.
    Also, will the OEM cables work with this carb (I just replaced them)? Thanks!
    P.s. I bought a TM33 from you guys for my DR350 and it was top notch!

    That is un-chartered territory for us, so I don't have much info for you. I THINK the carb will fit the stock manifold. Might be a tight squeeze, but I think it will fit. If the XT500R is running push/pull cables, they could work. I'd say a pretty good chance. If they are long enough, but arent exactly correct, you can likely modify them. As far as jetting goes.. I would probably star with a 135 main, a 25 pilot, and the smallest accelerator pump nozzle (TM36/43-A). Again, no real world experience on this conversion with that bike, but I think my suggestions are a decent place to start.

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Jan 26, 2021 9:56:00 AM
  • looking for a good replacement carb for a 1976 yamaha xt 500 and price for customer thank Jeff

    I suggest the VM36. We have one that is pre-jetted for the Yamaha 500 singles. Please see this link: http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/mikuni/carburetors/vm36-4-yam500-mikuni-36mm-yamaha-sr-xt-tt-500-carburetor-by-mikuni.html

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Jul 30, 2021 11:51:00 AM
  • wht are the two lines on the intke sde o the crbrator fr?

    Those are atmospheric vents & over flows

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Aug 8, 2021 2:05:00 PM
  • Hi, I'm wondering what the long brass piece is that surrounds the accelerator pump rod on the "Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor"? I need a new one for my carb and can't find this piece anywhere. Do you guys stock the component? Thanks!

    UPDATE: The brass tube that covers the pump rod on the TM36-68 is pressed into the body of the carburetor, and is not replaceable. The part itself is not offered by Mikuni.

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Apr 5, 2016 5:34:00 PM

    We are not sure which part you are referring to. The TM36-68 that I have in my hand does not have a long brass piece around the pump rod. Please take a look at the exploded view of that carburetor: http://www.nichecycle.com/ncs/parts-finder/carburetors/mikuni/show-all/show-all/tm36-68-parts-list-tm36-68-parts-list.html

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Apr 5, 2016 3:56:00 PM
  • Hi,

    Does this carb have a vacuum port for use with vacuum operated fuel taps/petcocks?

    Thanks

    Unlike the very similar TM40-6, the TM36-68 does not have a vacuum take off port. Depending on what model bike you are working with, there may be other ways to accomplish what you need. Let us know what you are working with, and we will check for a possible solution.

    Answer by: Web Support (Admin) on Aug 7, 2017 9:21:00 AM
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By on 10/27/2017

I installed this on my KLX351 BigBore and holy cow! Prepare yourself if you plan on installing this on your Kawi. Its a night and day difference. I wish i would have done this the day i installed the BB. If you have anything under a 331bb i wouldn't advise getting the 36mm. Purchase the 33/34mm. I got her Dyno, only the Main Jet needed to be changed and the needle was too lean. Easy adjustments. I have the Intake mod, fmf, and retarded the intake cam.

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I am interested in installing the TM36 flatside pumper carb on my SR500. It only has an air pod and shorty exhaust, otherwise engine is stock. Can you provide the proper jets for this bike/carb? Thanks
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I am interested in installing this on a 1998 xr400. do you know if the stock cables will fit or do you offer a kit to install on the xr400?
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When using this on a 78 sr500 can i use the stock air box side and cylinder side connection boots and the stock throttle cables ? Do i still run the vacuum line from the carb to the fuel petcock?
2
I have heard that this will work as a direct replacement for a 1982 Honda XL500R.
Will the jets that come with it be pretty close or should I grab a couple bigger ones? The only mod it has is exhaust.
Also, will the OEM cables work with this carb (I just replaced them)? Thanks!
P.s. I bought a TM33 from you guys for my DR350 and it was top notch!
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looking for a good replacement carb for a 1976 yamaha xt 500 and price for customer thank Jeff
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wht are the two lines on the intke sde o the crbrator fr?
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Hi, I'm wondering what the long brass piece is that surrounds the accelerator pump rod on the "Mikuni TM36 Flat Slide 36mm Pumper Carburetor"? I need a new one for my carb and can't find this piece anywhere. Do you guys stock the component? Thanks!
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Hi,

Does this carb have a vacuum port for use with vacuum operated fuel taps/petcocks?

Thanks
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