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Question joint sur solex z10


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Bonjour @ tous

J'ai une question à propos du nombre de joint a poser  sur le second montage de ce carburateur. En effet, le mien étant voilé, je l'ai remplacé par un neuf mais malheureusement, je pense avoir une prise d'air.

J'ai mis dans l'ordre la cale curty, un joint l'anti perco et un joint. Est ce correct ?


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Sur le 1er montage, la cale isolante à un joint collé de chaque coté.


Y'a pas de nécessité d'avoir un joint entre la cale bakélite et la curty.


Qu'est-ce qui te fait penser que tu as une prise d'air ?


Tu as bien raccordé tous les piquages derrière le carbu ?


Tu as des tofs de l'ensemble posé ?

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Salut Gillou.

Merci pour ta réponse. 

Elle ne tenait pas le ralenti a froid. A chaud oui, mais instable.

J'ai démonté pour la X ème fois le carbu (3 filetage HS sur 4 dans le collecteur d'admission) et j'ai refait le montage en posant  une très fine couche de pâte a joint spécial carbu le plus  loin possible de l'admission pour éviter tout risque d'aspiration de pâte. Depuis ça marche du tonnerre !!

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il y a 6 minutes, Krisstof a dit :

3 filetage HS sur 4 dans le collecteur d'admission

j'ai eu ce problème, grâce aux hélicoils (filetage rapporté), je n'ai plus ce problème du tout. 

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