Instruction Manual for MIKUNI VM26 Carburetor Kit
Instruction Manual for MIKUNI VM26 Carburetor Kit
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Item No. :03−05−0462 (Carburetor kit)
:Monkey R / Monkey RT
Fits
Frame Nos :AB22-1000017 ∼
・Thank you for purchasing one of our TAKEGAWA’s products. Please strictly follow the following instructions in installing and using the products.
・Before fitting the products, please be sure to check the contents of the kit. Should you have any questions about the products, please kindly contact
your dealer.
◎ Please note that, in some cases, the illustrations and photos may vary from the actual hardware.
Please read the following instructions carefully before installation
◎ We do not take any responsibility for any accident or damage whatsoever arising from the use of the products not in conformity with the instructions
in the manual.
◎ We shall be held free from any kind of warranty whatsoever of products other than this product if the glitch takes place on the other products than this one after the installation and use of this product.
◎ You are kindly requested not to contact us about the combination of our products with other manufacturers'.
◎ This carburetor kit is for exclusive use in a motorcycle equipped with either our bore-up or bore- & stroke-up kit. And this kit is not compatible with a
motorcycle with a stock engine.
◎ The installation of this Kit requires a High Throttle Kit, which please purchase separately.
◎ After the installation of this Kit, a stock air cleaner or a stock muffler cannot be installed.
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◎ Please be informed that, mainly because of improvement in performance, design changes, and cost increase, the product specifications and prices
are subject to change without prior notice.
◎ This manual should be retained for future reference.
The following show the envisioned possibility of injuries and damages to human bodies and property loss as a result of
CAUTION disregarding the following cautions.
・Always use a torque wrench to screw bolts and nuts tight and securely to the specified torque.
(Improper torque could cause these parts to get damaged or fall off.)
・Work only when the engine and the muffler are cool at below 35 degrees C. (Otherwise, you will burn yourself.)
・Prepare right tools for the work, and do the work in the proper and right way.
(Otherwise, improper work could cause breakage of parts or injuries to yourself.)
・As some products and frames have sharp edges or protruding portions, please work with your hands protected.
(Otherwise, you will suffer injuries.)
・Before riding, always check every hardware for slack like screws. If you find slack hardware, screw it securely up to the specified torque. (Otherwise, improper tightening may cause parts to come off.)
・Never look into the carburetor’s intake pipe carelessly when the engine is running. Flames could spurt by the spitting-back of gasoline or backfire, which involves danger.
The following show the envisioned possibility of human death or serious injuries to human bodies as a result of disregarding the
WARNING following cautions.
・Those who are technically unskilled or inexperienced are required not to do the work.
(Improper installation could lead to a driver’s falling down or accidents as a result of parts breakage.)
・Before riding, always check every section for oil leak and slack in parts like screws. Besides, when you notice something abnormal with your
motorcycle while riding down a road, stop riding immediately and park your motorcyle in a safe place to check.
(Otherwise, the abnormaility could lead to an accident.)
・Always drive the engine in a well-ventilated place, and do not switch the engine on in an airtight place.
(Otherwise, you will suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning.)
・Before doing work, place the motorcycle on level ground to stablize the position of your motorcycle for safety's sake.
(Otherwise, your motorcycle could fall down and injure you while you are working.)
・As gasoline is highly flammable, never place it close to fire. Make sure that nothing flammable is near the gasoline. Since vaporized accumulation
of gasoline is at the high risk of explosion, work in a well-ventilated place.
○ Depending on the natural phenomena like the weather, temperatures and barometric pressure, and each carburetor specification, the carburetors need re-setting. Please be sure to rearrange the setting to match each engine.
○As an air filter is not included in this Carburetor Kit, or a stock air cleaner cannot be installed, the engine will go wrong if it gets wet. So, please refrain
from driving your motorcycle in the rain. Besides, before washing your vehicle, cover the carburetor with a plastic sheet or the like to prevent it from
getting wet with water.
○ For the use of this Carburetor Kit, a high throttle set of 09-02-21 or -22 is required.
○ Our following products can be installed: round taper air filter of 03-01-100 or 03-01-106, round straight air filer of 03-01-102 or 03-01-108, curl funnel
of 03-01-040 or 03-01-041, and billet funnel with a net of 03-01-060 or 03-01-061.
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∼ Kit Contents ∼
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No.
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
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3
6
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Parts Names
Carburetor assembly
Inlet pipe
Insulator
Clamp band
Inlet pipe gasket
Socket cap screw 6x20
Fuel hose
Hex wrench, 5 mm
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Qty
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1
1
1
1
4
1
1
Carburetor's initial settings
Main jet
Slow jet
Jet needle
Clip position
Throttle valve cut-way
Air screw opening
#190
#22.5
5E75
3rd groove from top
#1.5
Loosen the screw by one turn.
[Setting parts]
◎Main jet (For MIKUNI VM26)
#100, #105, #110, #115, #120, #125, #130, #135, #140, #145, #150, #155, #160, #165, #170, #175, #180, #185, #190, #195, #200,#210, #220, #230,
#240, #250, #260
◎Pilot jet (For MIKUNI VM26)
#10, #12.5, #15, #17.5, #20, #22.5, #25, #27.5, #30
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∼ Installation Procedure ∼
Please check the contents of this kit.
4.Fit the carburetor into the insulator, and fasten the carburetor with a
(Preparation)
clamp band.
CAUTION: Make sure that the engine and the muffler are cold enough!!
Stabilize the vehicle!!
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5.With an adjuster, adjust the free play at the throttle grip to be
approximately 5 mm.
1.Keeping the motorcycle secure on level ground, close the fuel cock,
open the drain cock on the carburetor, and drain the gasoline from the
float chamber to a tray. About 5 mm
2.Demount the seat and fuel tank.
Less free play
3.Detach the air cleaner case.
More free play
4.Detach a fuel tube and a top cover.
5.Separate the throttle valve and throttle cable, and detach the top cover.
Adjuster
Snap the throttle a few times to make sure that the throttle moves smoothly without sticking and that the throttle valve is fully open. Also check that the throttle has free play even when a steering handle is turned all the way to the right or to the left.
6.Remove the installed carburetor with the inlet pipe attached. ※ Be careful not to let any foreign matter fall into the intake port.
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6.Mount the fuel tank and seat.
CAUTION: Be sure to tighten to the specified torque with a torque wrench.
1.Place an inlet pipe gasket
between the cylinder head and the inlet pipe, and tighten the inlet pipe
with socket cap screws of 6x20.
Torque=10 N・m(1.0 kgf・m)
8.Pull the choke lever to start the engine. Gradually push the lever back
and warm up the engine till the revolution becomes smooth, and finally
push the lever back to its original location. In case, after the warm-up
of the engine, your motorcycle does not run idle or the idling engine speed is high, adjust the setting with the throttle stop screw.
2.And fix the insulator to the inlet pipe with two socket cap screws.
Torque=10 N・m(1.0 kgf・m)
Insulator
Inlet pipe
7.Insert a fuel tube and fasten it with a tube clip. Open the fuel cock
and ckeck for oil leaks.
(Do not leave the cock open for a prolonged period of time.)
9.Do settings in a safe place according to the specification of your vehicle with enough care.
Inlet pipe gasket
3.Remove the top cover of the carburetor of the kit, and pull out the spring and throttle valve. Pass the inner cable of the throttle cable through the carburetor top cover and then through the spring. And compressing the spring, fix the top cover to the throttle valve. Fix the
throttle valve to the carburetor by aligning a notch on the throttle valve
with the throttle stop screw.
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How to Set the Carburetor
・When the carburetor does not match the engine and the engine fails, the engine failures are caused by either too dense or too lean air-fuel mixture.
・The engine failure symptoms for the engine are as follows:
When the air-fuel mixture is too dense:
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When the air-fuel mixture is too lean:
・The explosion sound with a dull thud continues intermittently.
・The engine malfunctions further if you use the choke.
・The engine malfunctions when you warm it up.
・The engine overheats somewhat.
・The engine starts working well If you use the choke,.
・The engine does not accelerate well. (No smooth acceleration)
・The engine works well if the cleaner is detached.
・The motorcycle belches dense (or, black) exhaust gas.
・The plug smolders, getting blackened.
・Revolutions change, generating weak power.
・The plug burns white.
※ Set the carburetor only after warming up the engine, and then test-drive. And use a plug with the right heat value.
※ Do the setting in the following manner, studying at what throttle opening position the engine starts failing.
○Jet needle (Throttle position at 1/4 - 3/4)
Whether or not the engine revolution is in proportion to the throttle operation
・When the acceleration is not smooth or even, make the air-fuel mixture dense.
・Make the air-fuel mixture lean when the engine revolution goes up heavily and belches black gas.
The mixture ratio at this throttle position can be adjusted by the location of E-ring in the grooves. The air-fuel mixture becomes dense as the
location of the E-ring moves down from the 1st to the 5th groove.
2段目
2nd groove
3段目
3rd
groove
4段目
4th
groove
1段目
1st
groove
○Main jet (The throttle position at 3/4 - 4/4)
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5段目
5th
groove
The air-fuel mixture ratio at this throttle position can be adjusted by changing the number of the main jet. The larger the main jet numbers, the
denser the mixture ratio becomes.
In view of the engine and muffler specifications, select the most appropriate main jet to get the highest revolutions.
○Pilot jet (First of all, please adjust the air screw.)
・In case you have given more than three turns to the air screw to tighten it, use a pilot jet with a small number.
・ If you have tighten the air screw (clockwise) to the full, use a pilot jet with a larger number.
Check whether you have made a right choice of the pilot jet by seeing if the engine starts up revolving smoothly from the idling to running
at slow speed.
・When the engine revolves up unevenly, the pilot jet number is too small. (At idle)
・ When the motorcycle belches black exhaust gas and produces heavy exhaust sound, the pilot jet number is too big. (At idle)
・After replacing the pilot jet, you need to readjust the airscrew.
○ Air screw
The air screw adjusts the air mass flow at the time of engine’s revolving at slow speed. (At idling)
・Give the air screw a right turn → The air-fuel mixture gets dense.
・Give the air screw a left turn → The air-fuel mixture gets lean.
Loosen the tightened air screw back to the 1.5-turn position. And then from this position, give to the airscrew a right or left turn of 1/4 to 1/2
till the engine revolves at the highest speed.
Loosen the idle stop screw till you get the steady idling revolutions. And once again adjust the position of the airscrew to get the highest
revolutions.
●On how the barometric pressure, temperatures and humidity affect the setting:
・At highlands or at high altitudes, the barometric pressure and air density go down and the air gets into the carburetor in less amounts.
This makes the air-fuel mixture dense which was adjusted at low altitudes.
・Under the weather conditions with very low temperatures, the air density increases, which makes the air-fuel mixture lean.
・Under the rainy and humid weather conditions, the air density decreases, which makes the air-fuel mixture dense.
◎ Please be informed that, mainly because of improvement in performance, design changes, and cost increase, the product specifications and prices are subject to change without prior notice.
◎ This manual should be retained for future reference.
Co.,Ltd.
3-5-16 Nishikiorihigashi Tondabayashi Osaka Japan
TEL : 81-721-25-1357 FAX : 81-721-24-5059 URL : http://www.takegawa.co.jp
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