Home Forums Rotax Max recommend someone for Rotax Carb cleaning and rebuild

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  • #26445

    Max Blum
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    I have two that I would like rebuild and cleaned… at some point I pulled them off and they were not right. would like to have the spares on hand for when the need arises.

    #26451

    Finch Guenther
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    Why not just download a manual and do it yourself?

    #26461

    Max Blum
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    I think it needs to be deep cleaned… or is that just simply being naive… I think I even have the gasket kit and the parts, just never did it… you are right.

    #26685

    Eric Alexander
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    Buy yourself a sonic cleaner from Harbor Freight for cheap (like under $50.00).  Then break down the carb and let the sonic cleaner do its thing on all the parts except the needle and the gaskets.  I do this on a regular basis using dawn dishwater cleaner.

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    Scottie Melancon
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    That’s how I do it. After the bath, I blow high pressure are through it then hit with carb cleaner. Make sure to soak a Q-tip in WD40 and swab the float valve seat. This helps prevent the valve from sticking which could be real Bad.  Also, never use a solvent with the ultra sonic bath.  Us a mild  liquid detergent.

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