Well I got the accelerator pump problem figured out, wasn't anything wrong I just wasn't looking in the right place to see the squirt. So todays project was to mount the new air box. I bought a new fueli style air box and the branch tubes that run from it to the fuel injectors on the new rigs. Two problems, one the branch tubes are to short, two the snorkel on the fueli air box is to restrictive to work with the TM33 carbs, no big deal it just pops off. I replaced the Allen head screws that hold the top of the new air box on with thumb screws, MUCH easier to change the filer, no tools needed.
This shows the new air box and how the branch tubes are to short, this was on both sides.
This shows the fix, cut the branch tubes and extend them with a piece of 1 and 3/4 inch ID exhaust pipe, did this to both sides.
The TM33 carbs come with a two way throttle pull mount, in the first photo you can see the extra cable mount in front of the throttle cable, this is not needed. The second photos shows the extra cut off, not really needed just makes a for a neater setup that easier to work on.
So now I am starting to work on getting the carbs jetted properly, these carbs are a bugger to work with when it comes to changing the needle clip position and changing jets, to change the needle clip you have to do a lot of disassembly-reassembly of the throttle shaft and slide assembly, when changing jets you can't see half of the screws that hold the float bowl on when laying under the rig and getting the accelerator pump piston to stay in place while your fighting screws is lots of fun. Oh well, if it were easy everyone would be doing it. Stay tuned and I'll keep you informed on how it runs, right now its running great now I need to get my Ural riding neighbor to bring his rig around so I can see how it goes against a very good running stock rig. So far on my test route its performing better with these carbs then it was with the stock ones, so I am a happy camper.
Driver of the "Predator" a highly modified 2005 Gear-Up.
Driver of the "Canyon Acrobat" a 2008 Gear-Up, this rig is now driven primarily by "Mrs. Cob"
Driver of the "Kraken", 2014 Asphalt Gray Gear-Up that will be used to prove out and test parts for the new generation of Fueli rigs.
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