Name this carb

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  1. VillageWolf2

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    Hello everyone,

    I just came up on a Blaster that has been sitting for years without use that has obvious signs of alterations from the previous owner. (TORS delete, twist throttle, oil injection delete ect.)
    I am in the middle of rebuilding the carb as well as some other maintenance items before I attempt to start the motor. I ordered a Carb rebuild kit for a stock blaster setup from Amazon that had good reviews however it doesn't appear that the parts are the same and after lots of research, I've came to the conclusion that I simply do not have the original carb that came with the bike or at least I do not believe I do.

    I've attached some photos to see if maybe one of you guys have come across this model before.
    Thank you, IMG_20181106_215342.jpg IMG_20181106_215733.jpg IMG_20181106_215708.jpg IMG_20181106_215352.jpg
     
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    Awk08 Moderator Staff Member Technician Forum Supporter

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    similar but definitely not the stock carb, whats the inside of the engine side measure ?
    might be a 28mm ?
     
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    You are correct. Inlet is 40mm. Outlet is 28mm.
    I've tried to look up some of the stampings that are on the carb with no success. I would probably be better off picking up a used stock unit wouldn't I?
     
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    nothing wrong with using a 28, but stock 26 has so much proven jetting info and parts readily available
     
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    I wouldn't mind using it as well. The only thing that worries me is not being able to find a rebuild kit or supporting information on this model. I'll probably pick up a stock one just to be on the safe side.

    Thank you for the help, much appreciated!
     

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