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Sir Alan of Ingol
sespit of the north,
United Kingdom

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14 May 2017 21:48
the carbs on the gn and the gs (for europe) seem to be the same , they were a mikuni BS26 , those had a silver metal top , some bikes had a differnt carb , this had a black plastic top , but they dont seem to be UK ones , all replacement carbs on ebay amazon and dealers seem to be "made in china copies" , and the consensus is that they are s!$%e , CSNL have stock of origional carbs £389 !!!!!

officially they stopped production of the gn125 back in 2000 , but they continued making them at suzuki china , mine is one of those , the modern bikes (copies() sinnis , herald mash use a modified engine made in china , with a much smaller vm22 on it

if I could find a genuine BS22 from the 90s , I would take/send it to steve at motocarb and ask him to refurb it
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