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    Default HELP required! Tunning Sprinter 110 at home...

    i have a suzuki sprinter eco 110. just wana know how to tune it up at home. like how to tune the mixture and idleing speed. better also tell me all you know about its carb.(includin carb washing )..

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    the suzuki sprinter uses a butterfly carburettor which is pretty trick to take apart and put back together ...my bike also uses the similar carb...and i have never put it back together succesfully and always end up calling my mechanic "SHAHID YAAR CARB BAND NAHI HO RAHA ...SHAM KO CHAKAR LAGA LIN SHOP BAND KAR K " ...so i'd suggest dont mess about it unless ur familiar with it
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    ehhh....Sprinter's carb is hell a lot mysterious...

    i suggest you just set valves, clean air filter, change engine oil..then do oiling all mechanical wires..(clutch+accelerator+front brake wire) check rear wheel balance including rear brake)and after completing all this...all nut bolts of bike..(wheels, main bolts what connects engine to frame (Body), rear swing arm..handle bar..shock absorbers) etc..

    and by the way carburetor needs no cleanses until it hurt..so u can check it every two three tunings by some mechanic...dont open it by your self!!
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    v true
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    don try this at home
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    one point left to explain briefly...first of u tune ur bike from suzuki's show room and then buy a gauge that can measure the valves setting..so after once tune from company's show room, immediately check the distance and setting of valves by the help of that gauge..so that u can tune it by urself next time..but remember if u culd not set the valves properly, bike will not even start, and if it starts, the slow running will bad,,or fuel consumption may lost its tempo..so be careful..
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