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Keihin carb identification #641622
02/25/16 6:58 am
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Anyone able to give me the model of this Keihin carb?

It was on a 70 Triumph T100c when I bought it. It actually ran quite well. No markings except "Keihin Japan" on the barrel and "26" stamped on the flange.

Have looked all over the net but no definite matches.





Cheers


Ginge
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Re: Keihin carb identification [Re: Ginge] #641756
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It's from a Honda, if that helps.

Re: Keihin carb identification [Re: Ginge] #641847
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+1 ^^^^ probably from a 350cc twin.


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Re: Keihin carb identification [Re: Ginge] #641863
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Well, that's a start. Thanks.

How can you tell it's off a Honda?

I'm toying with the idea of re-fitting it temporarily and wanted to get a kit for it.


Ginge
Re: Keihin carb identification [Re: Ginge] #641865
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Honda own Keihin, most other manufacturers fit Mikuni


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Re: Keihin carb identification [Re: Andy Higham] #641883
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It must have a small bore.
It looks similar to the XL 125 and CB 175 carburetor of the early 1970's.


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Re: Keihin carb identification [Re: Ginge] #641889
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Thanks for the leads. I think it is off a Honda Dream 305cc. Honda Twins dot net has the vintage 250's using 22mm carbs and the 305cc Dreams using 26mm carbs.

I never found a specific model number for the carb. It is just described as a " round bowl 26 "

Beauty. I have another old carb to build a bike around.


Ginge

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