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I know that, but does it make any difference as i am going to put it on a 4 stroke is the only difference jetting when it comes to a 2 s vs 4 s Mikuni 28 mm round slide or are there internal differences. I've been told that amal have internal differencces.


anyway, rather than searching ebay (I do every day ) i'd rather get one from you jamolies if there is a good one available.

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The carb bodies are the same for 2 stroke and 4 stroke. The differences are the emulsifier tube like was mentioned and the needle. You may also need to change the slide cut away too. There are plenty of specs out there on what parts to run. Sudco Mikuni has specs on almost every aplication you can think of. Back when I used to work in dealerships, they would take phone calls, answer questions and give out specs all the time. I will try and check this out further since I found a set of 34 roundslides off a snowmobile that I want to put on my CB350.
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How much for the roundlides? Did you have them mounted and running?
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It's been my experience that the emulsion tubes on Mukuni two stroke carbs are different than the four stroke carbs...Bleed type vs. some other type, I forget.
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Bleed vs Emulsion. The stock RD350 carbs have the 4-stroke type of needle jet... which is the bleed type. Anyways, the RD350 28mm carbs have bleed type needle jets. If that's what you need, then check ebay for them. They tend to go for under $20/pair.


http://sudco.com/catalog105/061-063.pdf
 
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