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  1. Kaito

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    New T135 has been launched using Mikuni 25mm carburetor, so I wonder can it be installed on the previous ver T135??? And are they using same TPS socket and cable??? How much will it cost approximately??? Maybe it is a little bit too early to discuss about this :lol:
     
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    nice!
     
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    yes its possible bro.
    im 99% sure its plug and play to older bikes.

    Mikuni BS25 is the same carb as yamaha nouvo z
    or a little bit smaller than Nouvo Elegance BS26 with TPS
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    For the boys who wants quick upgrade no hassle, this is the easier mods!
    for other boys who wants better upgrade, bigcarb slide type is best :D

    I will post once i will be able to get a parts catalog...
     
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    naaaaayssss
     
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    nice boss!
     
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    we can bore it out to become 28 mm !!! :D .. still.. slide carb is best..
     
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    Is changing tha carb won't change the gas consume sir?
     
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    Is changing tha carb won't change the gas consume sir?
     
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    what type of this carburetor?
     
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    mahal po ba mag-upgrade?
     
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    very nice..
     
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    GUYS,
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    nice one... 25m carb

    with tps


    i thought the new t135 will have 150cc,


    heartbreaker - changing carb will also change gas consumption

    if you have stock bore better stay stock or replace jettings
     
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    t135 will never changed into 150cc in stock form...because it is T135...not T150...unless u make it higher in cc by applying bored up kit.
     
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    My opinion;
    1- It won't have TPS : How large you open the throttel still will depend on dashpot opening (carb's piston valve)
    2- It's meant for economy use. Performance use will quickly rupture the rubber diaphragm.
    3-Not the same function & response as normal slide-carbs. Need to get used to throttle handling.

    This carb works (in simpler terms) by raising the jet needle appropriate to the velocity of air coming through - which is governed by the butterfly throttle. Funny thing with this carb is the fluttering & very rough idle when used with performance high-lift cams. :p :p
     
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    So does it meant that we can buy Nouvo's carburetor to install it on our bike??? The TPS stuff all plug-and-ply???
     
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    maybe yes nouvo LC you can use it
    but the jettings are different.
     
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    That'll still work
     
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    what do you mean by (slide-type) Carb? is it like the keihin or oko 26mm carb?
     
  21. raider125jeigh

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    it should be flat slide type..meaning the slider inside the carb is flat type..

    oko are flat slide type


    keihin have flat slide and round type
     

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