Ural (Урал) - Dnepr ( Днепр) Russian Motorcycle

Ural (Урал) - Dnepr ( Днепр) Russian Motorcycle
Ural (Урал) - Dnepr (Днепр)
Russian Motorcycle
Petcocks (Fuel Taps)
(Also See KP-33 Petcock Chap 9 of
“Unofficial” Ural Motorcycle Service Manual)
Ernie Franke
eafranke@tampabay.rr.com
07/2011
What is a Fuel Petcock? (wikipedia)
• Three Main Versions: KP-15 Manual, KP-33 Manual and Vacuum Petcock
• Ural and Dnepr Motorcycles Have Manual-Selection Fuel Petcock Valves,
Mounted on the Fuel Tanks to Control Supply of Gasoline
–Manual Petcock Has Three Positions: On, Off and Reserve
• Reserve Position Accesses Bottom Portion of Fuel in Tank
• Especially Useful on Russian Motorcycles, which Don’t Have a Fuel Gauge
• Fuel Management Process
–Petcock Set to “OFF” Position when Motorcycle Is Not Operated
• Eliminate Fuel Overflow and Leakage via Carburetor
–Before Starting, Petcock Turned to “ON” Position to Provide Fuel to System
–When Fuel Consumption Falls below Main Tube:
• Continued Operation Maintained by Rotating Petcock Valve to “Reserve”
Position
• Modern Ural Motorcycles Now Have Automatic, Vacuum-Operated Petcocks
–“On” and “Reserve,” as Well as “Prime” Position
–“Prime” Bypasses Vacuum Operation to Allows Fuel Flow to Carburetor
without Engine Turning Over
–Early Vacuum Petcocks Used Adapter Nut (Bifurcated) to Adapt to KP-33
Connection to External Threads of Gas Tank
• Directly-Mounted Ural Vacuum Petcock
–Mounted Directly on Bottom of Gas tank
KP-15
Vacuum
–Introduced Late 2006 or Early 2007
–No Adapter Nut Needed
KP-33
Petcock (cont.)
• Manual Main/Reserve Fuel Valve
–Select between Two Tubes to Get Fuel from Fuel Tank
–One Tube Near the Bottom of Tank (Reserve Inlet Pipe)
–Other Tube about an Inch Higher (Main Inlet Pipe)
–Normal 'ON' Position Gets Fuel from Tube with Higher Opening
–When It Runs Dry, Manually Switch to 'Reserve‘
• Yields Enough Range to Make It to Next Gas Station
• Modern Vacuum Petcocks Have No “OFF” Position
–Vacuum Valve Automatically Shuts Off Fuel when Engine Stops
–Three Positions of Vacuum Petcock Lever:
• Prime: Overrides Vacuum System to Allow Dry Carburetors To Be Refilled
–Never Leave Petcock in “PRI” Position after Carbs Are Full
–Carbs Can Flood, Engine Might Not Shut-Off if You Drop the Bike
• “On” and “Reserve” Held Open by Vacuum from Intake Manifold
• Tips:
–Fill Tank and Zero Trip-Odometer
–Check the Range of a Full Tank, without the Reserve
–When Trip-Odometer Reads 90% of Range, Refill the Tank
–Eliminates Use of Reserve, and Days Spent Getting Crud Out of the Carbs
Vacuum Petcock
(with adapter to
KP-33 Manual Petcock mate with gas tank
(mates with gas tank with with external
threads)
internal threads)
KP-15A Manual Petcock
(mates with gas tank with
external threads)
Vacuum Petcock
(mounts directly on
bottom of gas tank)
Main Types of Petcocks for Russian Motorcycles
• Manual Fuel Petcock: KP-15A ('6310030) 72103-A
–750/650 cc Engines
–Used on Gas Tank with Internal Threads
–Widely Available on Internet
–Petcock KP-15A Replacement: '01Z3254190B
• Manual Fuel Petcock: KP-33 ('IMZ-8.103-10030)
–750/650 cc Engines
–Used on Gas Tank with External Threads
–No Longer Available
–Petcock KP-33 Replacement: 'VIC15 and Yamaha 4WM-24500-02-00
• Vacuum (under-pressure) Fuel Petcock, with Adapter
–650 cc: IMZ-8.103-10030
–750/650 cc: IMZ-8.1037-10064
–Flat Plat, plus Adapter, on Gas Tank with External Threads
–Yamaha 4WM-24500-02-00 for non-Automatic Operation
• Vacuum (under-pressure) Fuel Petcock : IMZ-8.1037-10022
–750 cc, Urals, Late 2006 and Beyond
–Mounts Directly to Flat Plate on Bottom of Gas Tank
–Yamaha 4WM-24500-02-00 for non-Automatic Operation
• Standard Flow Rate
–Measure Flow Rate for a Minute with Both Lines Flowing at the Same Time
–Each Fuel Line Flow Should Be at Least 6 oz of Fuel in 15 secs, 24 0z per min.
–Dividing by 128 oz in a Gallon, that Yields in excess of 10 gal/hr
The evolution of the gas petcock from manual to automatic (vacuum)
is further divided into gas tank interfaces (internal or external threads)
and adapter or direct-mount.
Table I: Ural (Урал) and Dnepr (Днепр)
Fuel Petcocks, Gas Tanks and Gaskets
(
Mfgr
Ural
Dnepr
Model
Year
Engine Size
( cm3 / inch3 )
Petcock
Gas Tank
Washer
(Gasket)
M-72
1941-56
746 / 45.3 SV
KP-12 and 72103 / KP-15
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
M-72K
1954-60
746 / 45.3 SV
KP-15A
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
M-72M
1956-60
746 / 45.3 SV
KP-15A
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
M-61
1958-60
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
M-62
1960-65
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
6310155- Б1
011407 / ø14
M-63 (Ural-2)
1965-68
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
M-66 (Ural-3)
1968-72
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
M-67
1973-75
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
M-67.36
1976-95
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A/IMZ-8.103-10030
(‘6310030)
6310001-03 &
6310004-02
011407 / ø14
8.103, 8.107 Series “650”
1994-2002
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-33/IMZ-8.103-10030 + Adapter
6310004-02
011407 / ø14
8.1037 “750”Series
2003-2006
745 / 45.2 OHV
TGO-27-100-UR + Adapter
IMZ-8.1037-10004-X
8.1037 “750”Series
2007-present
745 / 45.2 OHV
IMZ-8.1037-10064
IMZ-8.1037-10004-X
M-72
1952-56
746 / 45.3 SV
72103-A / KP-15A
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
M-72H
1956-59
746 / 45.3 SV
72103-A / KP-15A
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
K-750
1959-63
746 / 45.3 SV
72103-A / KP-15A
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
K-750M
1963-77
746 / 45.3 SV
72103-A / KP-15A
7210171-Б
011407 / ø14
MB-750
1964-73
746 / 45.3 SV
72103-A / KP-15A
7210171-Б1
011407 / ø14
K-650/MT-8
1967-70
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
MB-650
1968-91
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A / 1305010
KMZ-8.15110100
011407 / ø14
K-650/MT-9
1971-74
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
7210171-Б1
011407-П
MB-750M
1973-77
746 / 45.9 SV
KP-15A
MT-10
1973-76
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
7210171-Б1
011407-П
MB-650M
1974
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-33
MT-10.36
1976-87
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
MT-12
1977-85
746 / 45.3 SV
72103-A / KP-15A
7210171-Б1
011407
MB-650-M1
1985-2007
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A
MT-16 (Dnepr-16)
1985-2005
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A/1305010
KMZ-8.15110100
011407 / ø14
MT-11(Dnepr-11)
1987-2005
649 / 39.4 OHV
KP-15A/1305010
KMZ-8.15110100
011407 / ø14
011407 / ø14
Кран Mопливный KP-12 (PP3)
(www.vipra.by.ru and aukro.ua)
Inlet Pipe
Reserve Inlet
Selection
Knob
H= 98 mm
B= 73 mm
D= 3 mm
D1 =8 mm
Thread= M14x1.5
Settling Bowl
Early M-72’s used the KP-12 petcock, with a single outlet nozzle,
later replaced by the КP-15А with two outlet nozzles.
Fuel Flow in KP-12 Manual Petcock
• Settler Bowl (8) with Mesh Filter (7) at Bottom of Valve
• Fuel Enters Inlet Pipe (3) or Reserve Port (4)
• Petcock Has Three Working Positions
–In "3" Position, Valve Is Closed, Handle Turned Down
–In "O" Position, Primary Fuel Path thru Long Tube (3), Knob Turned Left
–In "P" Position, Reserve Fed thru Short Tube (4), Handle Faucet Turned Right
• Strainer Bowl (8) Cleans Fuel and Deposits Impurities in the Sump
–Strainer in Sump Should Be Periodically Cleaned
KP-15 with Single-Sided “flag” Lever
(www.ural-dnepr.net and moto-boxer.com)
• KP-15 with Single-Sided Lever (Flag) Found on Early (M-72 / K-750) Bikes
• Later Replaced with Double-Side Lever
• Probe Extends at Least 5 mm (2”) above Surrounding Sheet Metal
www.ural-dnepr.net
moto-boxer.com
Кран Mопливный ПП3-1, КP-15А (www.vipra.by.ru)
D1
H
moto-boxer.com
H= 98 mm
B= 73 mm
D= 3 mm
D1= 8 mm
Thread= m14x1.5 B
D
D1
Look for the cyrillic
(Russian) ПП3-1 on the
side of the valve
www.rosopt.com
The КP-15А was designed to filter sediment and shut-off fuel
from the gas tank with two outlet nozzles.
72103-A / KP-15A Fuel Petcock for Ural/Dnepr
without Filter Screen
cgi.ebay.com and
RussianGarage.com
cgi.ebay.com
PP3-1
with Filter Screen
RussianGarage.com
www.rosopt.com
cgi.ebay.com
More Views of Кран Mопливный KP-15A w/o Filter Screen
www.russiangarage.com
www.rosopt.com
www.henriksson.ee
www.russiangarage.com
The M-72 staged the KP-12, then KP-15 and KP-15A petcocks.
Even More Views of Petcock 72103-A / KP-15A
• Used on Ural M-72 and Dnepr K-750
• Uses 7 mm Rubber Fuel Hose
002.389
–Rubber Pipe Set *002.389*
www.oldtimergarage.eu
• Diameter: d= 7mm
• Lengths: L1= 430 mm, L2= 280 mm, L3= 150 mm
–Length of Rubber Hose *002.390*
• Diameter: d= 7 mm
• Length: L= 1 meter
Look for the cyrillic
(Russian) ПП3-1 on the side
002.390
www.oldtimergarage.eu
Chrome-Plated Versions of the KP-15A
000.234
www.oldtimergarage.eu
Petcock KP-15A (moto-boxer.com)
KP-15A without Screen Filter
KP-15A (M-72, MT-16, M-72 (1954))
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Housing
Slidegate valve
Hand Lever
Bowl
Filter Cup
Bowl Sealing Gasket
Filter Screen
Filter Feather/Spring
Main Gasoline Pipe
Reserve Gasoline Pipe
Sealing Disk of Slidegate Valve
Sealing Disk of Gasoline Housing
Threaded Bushing
KP-15A Structure (MT-12, MB-650M and M-63 Manual)
Pезерв: Reserve
Открыть: Open
Закрыто: Closed
KP-15A Petcock Operation
(M-72, K-750 and M-63 Maintenance Manual)
1. Nut
2. Packing
3. Main Inlet Pipe
4. Reserve Inlet Pipe
5. Slide Valve
6. Petcock Body
7. Pipe Union
8. Packing
9. Spring
10. Settling Bowl
11. Nut
12. Filter Frame with Screen
13. Handle
Main Inlet
Открыть: Open
Закрыто: Closed
Reserve Inlet
Pезерв: Reserve
KP-15A Petcock on Ural M-66
Petcock KP-15A Replacement (www.ural.cc)
• Petcock Replacement for KP-15A
• Model: 01Z3254190B
Benzokran KP-33 (moto.z16.ru)
• New Petcock (crane) More Reliability than Earlier KP-15
• Introduced to Ural and Dneprs in 1994 and Beyond
• Dissolved Sediment and Gasoline in the Filter Tube
Goes thru Filter Element from the Wire Mesh, which
Retains Debris and Partial Water
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Filter Element
Threaded Coupling for Connection to Fuel Tank
Housing
Reserve Fuel Channel
Main Fuel Channel
Pawl
Rubber O-Ring Seal
Handle
Fuel Fittings
KP-33
The KP-33 valve has a fixed ring nut, allowing orientation
of the handle in the correct direction.
KP-33 Manual Petcock
Filter Element
Benzokran KP-33
Adapter Nut
An adapter nut is used to transition from the external threads
to a modern vacuum petcock.
2001-2002 Bavarian, Deco, Tourist, Patrol Owners Manual
• Manual Petcock
• Gasoline Petcock Positions:
Off
On
Reserve
Note that the lever actually points in the direction of the correct position.
The “flag is opposite the desired position.
KP-33 Petcock Replacement (www.crawfordsales.info)
• Manual Fuel Petcock KP-33 No Longer Available
• Fuel Valve with Adapter Can Be Bolted to any Ural Gas Tank that Has External
Threads
• Fuel Valve Can Also Be Used to replace Vacuum Petcock on Newer Gas Tanks
that Have the Flat Mount (Late 2006 / Early 2007)
• On, Off and Reserve Positions
Manual Petcock
with Adapter for
Gas Tank with
External Threads
(Thread-On)
Manual Petcock for Direct-Mount
(Bolt-On) for Gas Tanks
Late 2006 / Early 2007
KP-33 Petcock Replacement: ‘VIC15
(www.ural-motorcycles.com)
Filter Element
Adapter Nut to Gas Tank’s External Threads
Selector Knob
Plastic “T” Fitting
Vacuum -Operated Petcock with Adapter Nut
• Adapter Nut Required to Transition from External Threads of Gas Tank
• Adapter Nut Not Required after Late 2006/ Early 2007
–Gas Tanks Have Flat Plate Under Tanks
–Vacuum Petcock Mounted Directly to Gas Tank Flat Plate
(www.pbase.com)
cgi.ebay.com/ebay
Vacuum Petcock Disassembled (sovietsteeds.com)
• Photos of Vacuum Petcock and “Working" Part of that Assembly
–Block Mounted to Back of Petcock, with Vacuum Chamber, Spring, Piston and Seal
–Body of Petcock Contains Plumbing for On, Prime, and Reserve and Seat and Mating
Piston and Seal
–Vacuum Pulls Piston and Seal Out of Seat, Letting Gasoline Flow from whichever "On"
or "Reserve" Setting to the Outlet
–Spring, Mounted under Vacuum Block Cover, Forces Piston and Seal Back into Seat, and
Blocks Flow when There Is a Loss of Vacuum
–“Prime” Function Works by “Bypassing" the Piston/Seat Assembly
• Black “Smiley" Thing Is Front Seal, Just behind Selector Disc (Lever), that Selects
Which Inlet (reserve or main) Is Used
• Obviously Whenever Dealing with a Piston and Seal, Fitting into a Seat, There Is the
Possibility of Foreign Interference Preventing Full Closure
–Smallest Bit of Debris at the Seat Will Allow Gasoline to Leak by the Vacuum
Control Function of the Petcock and Supply Fuel to the Carburetors
Smiley Face Front Seal
Back of Petcock Valve
Fuel Flow in Vacuum Petcock
Smiley Face Front Seal
Ditching the Vacuum-Operated Petcock on '06 & '07 Models
(John Grocke (a.k.a. JohnBG)) (www.russianiron.com )
• Replace Automatic (Vacuum) Petcock with Manual Petcock with "OFF" Position!
–Vacuum Petcock Present on Late '06 and Early '07 Models
–Petcock Valve Mounts Directly to Bottom of Tank with Two Bolts
• When Using TwinMax Carb Balancer
–Must Disconnect the Vacuum Line and Turn Petcock to Prime
– Must Balance and Then Reconnect Vacuum Line and Turn Valve to "ON" and Then Idle Will Be Lower
–Wanted to Tweek with the Twinmax Carb Balancer without All of the Hassle
• 2000 Yamaha Road Star (Part No. 4WM-24500-02-00) has regular ON/OFF/RESERVE valve with that same
mount for $24
• Switch Valve to Prime and Drain Gas from Ural Tank into 5-Gallon Can thru Left Carb Fuel Line
• Replacing Vacuum Petcock with Yamaha Petcock
–Yamaha's Main Siphon Tube Longer and Needs to Be Trimmed
• Use Common Copper Tubing Cutter
• Mark Cut-Point on Yamaha Petcock
• Replace Flat Head Screws Securing Valve to Tank with 6mm x 12mm Allen-Head Stainless Bolts
–Gently Pull Screen Off End of Yamaha Siphon
• Extremely Fine Mesh
• IMWA Discontinued Fuel Filters for '07
–Trim Tube to Correct Length Using Tubing Cutter
–Mount the New Yamaha Valve
• Use New Allen-Head Bolts with a Drop of Blue Permatex on the Threads
• Pop the Valve in Place and Snug Tight
• Reconnect Fuel Lines (without the vacuum line)
• Add Rubber Cap that Goes on Top of Keihin Carb (where vacuum line was)
–Holopaw Gene Stocks the Little Rubber Caps
• Must Plug that Port, unless You Want to Join the Holey Pistons Club
• Pore 2 gallons of Gas in Tank
• Check for Leaks at Petcock Valve Mating Surfaces
• Alternately Pull Carb Fuel Lines and Divert to Catch Pan
• Turn New Valve to "ON" to Test Out
• Check Reserve Setting for Equal Flow
John Grocke (a.k.a. JohnBG) (sovietsteeds.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=326&highlight=yamaha+petcock)
Ural stock (left)
vs.. Yamaha fuel
valves - need to
trim siphon
Used a cig &
pen to transfer
length of existing
siphon to new
valve
model '06's and all '07
have fuel valve bolted
directly to the tank.
use tubing cutter to
make notch just below
cut line for filter
thn cut just above at mark
and trim tube, now the
same length.
Put filter screen back
on siphon and install
the new valve.
Viola! It's done!
Installed
Be sure to cap vacuum line port on
top of left side carburetor!
Replacing Automatic (Vacuum) Petcock with Yamaha Manual Valve
(http://sovietsteeds.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=326&hilit=Yamaha+Valve)
• If You Have Late '06 or Newer Gas Tank, with Two Bolts that Hold the Petcock to
the Tank, then Petcock Simply Bolts On
–May Want to Shorten the Siphon Tube
or
• If You Have the Vacuum-Operated Petcock with the Adapter that Goes on a
Threaded Bung on Early '06 and Older Bikes, then Just Use the New Petcock
(2000 Yamaha Road Star (Part No. 4WM-24500-02-00) on the Adapter that Came
with the Vacuum Petcock and Don't Shorten the Siphon Tube
or
• If You Have a threaded bung on his tank without an adapter (KP-15A or KP-33
Replacement), You'll Need the Adapter that Comes with the Vacuum Petcock
Flat Plate to Later Vacuum Petcock
Adapter Nut to Gas Tank
with External Threads
Replacing Automatic (Vacuum) Petcock with Yamaha Manual Valve
(http://sovietsteeds.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=326&hilit=Yamaha+Valve)
• Better Fuel Flow and Assurance of an "OFF" Position on the Valve
• Threaded Bung on Gas Tank with Adapter Fitting
• Do Not Need to Trim the Siphon Tube of Yamaha Petcock
–2000 Yamaha Road Star (Part No: 4WM-24500-02-00)
• Still Need to Cap Vacuum Port on Carburetor
Remove Automatic (Vacuum) Petcock
with Yamaha Manual Petcock with
Definite “Off” Position
2003 - 2007 Gear-Up, Patrol, Tourist Owners Manual
• 750 cc Engine
• Automatic (Vacuum) Petcock
–1. When starting the engine after the motorcycle has been parked
for an extended period of time, or after the fuel tank and/or
carburetors have been completely emptied of gasoline (e.g. due
to running out of fuel, evaporation, or installation of replacement Flat Plate
parts), set the valve to the “PRI” position. This will allow gasoline
for
to fill the float chambers of the carburetors and prepare the
Direct-Mount
below
engine for starting.
Gas
Tank
–2. Start the engine
–3. After the engine starts, set the valve to the “ON” position and
keep the valve in this position for regular use of the motorcycle.
(When set to “ON”, the valve is automatically activated when the
engine starts and stops, opening and shutting off the supply of
fuel to the carburetors)
–4. After using up the main volume of fuel (engines starts stalling
due to lack of fuel), set the valve to the “RES” position and
continue driving. After refueling, remember to set the valve back
to “ON” to avoid running out of fuel completely.
• IMPORTANT: When parking the motorcycle for extended periods of
time, the valve should remain in the “ON” position.
• WARNING: Never leave motorcycle with the engine turned off and
valve set to “PRI” as this may result in a serious damage to the
engine and will void warranty.
IMZ-8.1037-10064
Vacuum Petcock Switch Positions
• Orientation of Valve Positions Is a Little Confusing
• Actual Position Is Indicated by the Large End of the Lever
–Lever Can Only Swing Over Right Side of Face
• If Large End Is Erroneously Put in “ON” position (large end over RES)
–Petcock Is Actually in RESERVE Position
–When Fuel Is Out, It Is Totally Out
• If Large End Is Erroneously Put in “RES” Position (large end over On)
–Petcock Is Actually in ON Position
Screened Normal
Input Port
–When Fuel Is Out, Reserve Is Still Available
Screened Reserve
Input Port
Prime
On
Gas Line to
Carburetors
Reserve
Lever Mid-Way
between
RES and PRI Vacuum Line to Intake
Manifold
Orientation of the positions is somewhat confusing,
compared to previous valves.
Late Model '06s and all '07s Have Fuel Valve
Bolted Directly to the Gas Tank
(sovietsteeds.com)
Gas Tank
Vacuum Line
to Carb Port
Flat-Mount Directly on Tank
(no adapter)
Ural 750 cc Vacuum Petcock Post-2006
• Vacuum Petcock
• Mounts Directly on Bottom of Gas Tank (No Adapter)
Benzokran Vacuum (Taiyo Giken)
Late 2006 or early 2007, the vacuum (automatic)
petcock was mounted directly to the gas tank.
Vacuum (Automatic) Petcock on 2003 Patrol
Notice Adapter to Gas Tank
with External Threads
Adapter Nut
(Bifurcate)
Notice Vacuum Line
from Intake Manifold
Prior to the close of 2006 or beginning of 2007, the vacuum (automatic)
petcock was adapted to the external threads of the gas tank.
Ural ’06 Gear-Up
Late model ’06 and early ’07 Urals used a direct-mount vacuum petcock.
Part Identification
Engine Size
Part Number
Description
650 cc
'6310001-10
Gas Tank Assembly with Toolcase, Petcock KP-15A
650 cc
'6310001-11
Gas Tank Assembly w/o Toolcase, Petcock KP-15A
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10001-20
Gas Tank Assembly w/o Toolcase, with Vacuum Petcock
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10001-21
Gas Tank Assembly, with Toolcase, with Vacuum Petcock
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10001-30
Gas Tank Assembly w/o Toolcase, with Vacuum Petcock
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10001-31
Gas Tank Assembly, with Toolcase, with Vacuum Petcock
650 cc
'6210047
Tank Cap (screwed plug) Plastic, not lockable
650 cc
'6310004-02
Gas Tank w/o Toolcase, w/o Petcock
'IMZ-8.1037-10004-2
Gas Tank w/o Toolcase
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10004-10
Gas Tank w/o Toolcase, w/o Petcock (use on all 2007 models only)
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10004-11
Gas Tank with Toolcase, w/o Petcock (use on all 2007 models only)
650 cc
'6310030
Petcock KP-15A
750/650 cc
’01Z3254190B
Petcock KP-15A Replacement
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.103-10030
Petcock KP-33, Older Style Benzokran
750/650 cc
TGO-27-100-UR
Vacuum Petcock
750 cc
‘IMZ-8.1037-10003
Vacuum Petcock
750/650 cc
‘IMZ-8.1037-10022
Vacuum Petcock
750/650 cc
‘IMZ-8.1037-10030
Vacuum Petcock - 2007
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10064
Vacuum Petcock
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10115
Adapter Plate for Vacuum Petcock up to Late 2006
750/650 cc
'IMZ-8.1037-10127
Adapter Nut for Vacuum Petcock up to late 2006
750/650 cc
‘VIC15
Petcock KP-33 Replacement
750/650 cc
011407
Washer, Special 14 Ф
M-72 Petcocks and Gas Tanks
Ural M-72 (1946)
Dnepr M-72 (1955)
The M-72 uses the single-sided lever, manual KP-15A petcock,
which screws into the internal threads of the gas tank.
K-750, K-750M Petcocks and Gas Tanks
Petcock
KP-15A / 72103-A
Gas Tank
7210171-Б
Thickening Washer
011407-П
The K-750 / K-750M uses the single-sided lever, manual KP-15A petcock,
which screws into the internal threads of the gas tank.
MT-9 /MT-10 Petcocks and Gas Tanks
MT-9
MT-10
Petcock
KP-15A / 72103-A
Gas Tank
7210171-Б
Thickening Washer
011407 -П
MB-650 / MT-16 / MT-11 Petcock and Gas Tank
Petcock
KP-15A / 1305010
Gas Tank
KMЗ-8.15110100
Thickening Washer
011407
MB-750 / MT-12 Petcock and Gas Tank
Petcock
72103-A
Gas Tank
7210171-Б1
Washer
011407
The MB-750 / MT-12 uses the manual KP-15A petcock.
Ural M-67.36 Petcock and Gas Tank (parts.tehsoftnn.ru)
Petcock
KP-15A / 6310030
Gas Tank
6310004-02
Thickening Washer
011407 / Washer 14
Ural 650 cc Petcock and Gas Tank
Petcock
KP-33 /
IMZ-8.103-10030
Gas Tank
‘6310004-02
Washer
011407
Ural IMZ-8.103-1037 (650/750 cc, for 2005 and Older)
1
IMZ-8.1037-10001-10
Gasoline Tank Assy
3
IMZ-8.1037-10004-10
Gasoline Tank
4
IMZ-8.103-10030
KP-33 Manual Petcock
4A
TGO-27-100-UR
Vacuum Petcock
17A
IMZ-8.1037-10115
Adapter (Bifurcate)
2007-2010 Parts List for 750 cc 8.1037
Part ID
7
7
7
15
16
17
1
3
3
3
3
3
Part Number
КТО 37-100
IMZ-8.1037-10022
IMZ-8.1037-10030
IMZ-8.1037-10115
IMZ-8.1037-10127
IMZ-8.1037-10136
IMZ-8.1037-10001-31
IMZ-8.1037-10004-2
IMZ-8.1037-10004-20
IMZ-8.1037-10004-21
IMZ-8.1037-10004-10
IMZ-8.1037-10004-11
Description
Vacuum valve
Vacuum valve
Vacuum Valve - 2007
Adapter
Adapter Nut
Washer
Fuel Tank w/o Toolcase Assy
Fuel Tank w/o Toolcase
Fuel Tank Assy
Fuel Tank with Toolcase Assy
Fuel Tank w/o Toolcase
Fuel Tank with Toolcase
Notes
For use on all 2007 models only
For use on all 2007 models only
For use on all 2007 models only
Price List 2008 - 2011 (northsiders.be)
Engine Size
650 cc
750/650 cc
750/650 cc
750/650 cc
750/650 cc
750/650 cc
Part ID
4
4
4
15
16
25
Part Number
'6310030
'IMZ-8.103-10030
'IMZ-8.1037-10064
'IMZ-8.1037-10115
'IMZ-8.1037-10127
'IMZ-8.1037-10136
Description
KP-15A Manual Petcock
KP-33 Manual Petcock
Vacuum Petcock
Adapter for Vacuum Petcock
Adapter nut for Vacuum Petcock
Washer
Notes
up to 2006
up to 2006
Comparative Approximations of Petcock Prices
Manual:
72103-A
/Kp15-A
www.henriksson.ee
€ 15
www.russiangarage.com
$14
www.oldtimergarage.eu
www.jebike.com
Manual:
72103-A
/Kp15-A
w/o Filter
Manual:
KP-15A
Replacement:
'01Z3254190B
Manual:
KP-33
('IMZ-8.10310030)
Manual:
KP-33
Replacement
Vacuum:
IMZ-8.103710064
€ 30
$105
www.oldtimergarage.eu
€15.12
cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors
US $6
Not Available
€ 75
$38.99
$90
Uralnwco.ipower.com
$106
www.ural.ca
$157
€ 10
$112
$87
$87
€9.9
www.uralnw.com
www.ural-motorcycles.com
'VIC15
www.crawfordsales.info
$80
eBay
$112
€15
www.rosopt.com
northsiders.be
Vacuum:
IMZ-8.103710022
$13
uralne.com
Moto-boxer.com
Vacuum
2007:
IMZ-8.103710030
€ 37
€ 40
$9
€ 90.45
$45
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