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Unread 05-28-2014, 10:10 PM   #1
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Default Carburetor linkage photos and oil injector removal

Hey guys,

So I'm working on getting my par car put back together, and like an idiot I forgot to take a photo of the carb linkage before I took it all apart. Now I'm struggling to get it all back together.

Would anyone be willing to take a few clear photos of the linkage for me so I can hope to get it back together? I think the year I have is an 87 or 88, but I imagine the motors didn't change much through the years.

Also, I'm trying to remove the oil injector and go to mixing the gas and oil manually. I've removed the oil hose from the oil injector and replaced the hollow screw with a bolt wrapped in silicone tape. Is that the proper way for disabling the oil injection? Do I still need to install the cable to the oil injector?

Lastly, I'd like to remove the governor plate. Do I just remove the plate and the cable it's hooked up to, and not worry about hooking that up to the carb?

Thanks for the help!
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Unread 05-29-2014, 09:52 PM   #2
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Default Re: Carburetor linkage photos and oil injector removal

Ok, once I re-attached the throttle cable brackets, it was pretty obvious where everything hooked back up to the carb. I then sorted out some fuel pump/feed issues, the cart fired up!

I'm going to drain the oil left in the oil reservoir, and remove it and the oil line.

I also removed the throttle plate, and the cable from the carb.

Everything seems to be running fine, but that's with like 2 minutes of driving it in the dark.
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Unread 06-15-2018, 10:39 AM   #3
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Default Re: Carburetor linkage photos and oil injector removal

Can you please send me pics where everything hooks up on the carburetor I have a1990 par car Thank you
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Unread 06-18-2018, 07:15 AM   #4
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Default Re: Carburetor linkage photos and oil injector removal

I run Mikuni carbs an my carts so I can't take pics but I know how the original carbs hook up and can probably help you out. The fuel line can only go one place so that's easy. Same thing for the choke cable. It has to go the choke lever on the carb obviously.

I think where people get confused is with the throttle cable. On your carb there will be the throttle lever which will have a couple of holes in it. Where people get confused is that the throttle cable of your cart has to push on this lever to get it to rev up whereas on most machines require a throttle cable to pull on it.

Now, your carb is spung to open meaning that, if the throttle cable isn't hooked onto it at all and the carb lever is at rest, the cart would be at full power. The throttle cable has to pull the carb lever forward thus turning the carb off. When you push the accelerator, the throttle cable has to push the carb throttle open. Then you get off the gas the throttle cable has to pull the throttle lever closed again.

You should have a hook on the end of you cable. It simply feeds through the holes on the throttle level.
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Unread 08-17-2018, 06:43 PM   #5
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Default Re: Carburetor linkage photos and oil injector removal

Disconnecting the governor, just disconnect the spring that attaches to the governor plate. The plate should just fall off.


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Unread 08-17-2018, 06:45 PM   #6
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Default Re: Carburetor linkage photos and oil injector removal

Also for bypassing the oil injection is ok for what you have done. You can pull out the main oil line Im gonna say a 1/4 tube and capping it with a bolt is fine.


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