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    Default Red dust in carburetor?

    Today I open chonda 70 carburetor and found that there are some redish wet dust like deposits on air intake side, also I notice black carbon was also present. I cleaned it but found very annoying. Bike is in good condition mileage, sound etc all ok.


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    Such stains are common, tight the ring and check if air intake pipe is right placed on carb

    Red dust inside carburetor is because of patrol & rust chonda has poor quality tanks which
    are rusty from factory or gets rust quickly

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    that red varnish forms due to petrol vapours, normal
    haters gonna hate, potatoes gonna potate

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    I already using inline (Crown CRLF) fuel filter, yes there is a little rust in tank but i don't thinks fuel filter can let the rust pass through. Today i will check the ring and tight it for good sealing.

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