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5 of 5 18 June 21, 2020
taco eater : Anonymous Person  
For 18 phbg correct size is 262

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5 of 5 Which one? April 19, 2020
taco eater : Joey Artino from Cleveland, OH United States  
Does anyone know what size I should get for the dellorto 18mm PHBG? It’s on a Morini Mo1 with a euro kit

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5 of 5 Wow May 17, 2018
taco eater : Hyosung go fast from Rehoboth, DE United States  
Changed over from a 4 stroke atomizer to two stroke and bushing. Install was easy and this is just what I needed! I used the same number as my old 4 stroke. Now the bike will fly! I was having problems tuning. After opening it up and replacing with the correct parts, it’s perfect!

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5 of 5 "evil laugh" May 11, 2015
taco eater : eric rivera from Chicago, IL United States  
mmmmuuuuuuaaaahhhahahahahahaha :)

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5 of 5 A must for piston ports May 21, 2013
taco eater : Shane from 'Merica  
Running a parma on an AV7 - installed this per Crazy waynes instructions on MA, and with a little ingenuity(shadetree style). Just twisted my PHBG sideways, remove top and bottom, pound old bushing out towards throttle slide, insert new with C opening facing towards engine, not air filter, use small 7mm long socket or so, gently tap back in, tighten down AU atomizer reinstall jet, bowl, slide twist carb back up, tighten and Brrraaaap.

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5 of 5 Holes? July 13, 2011
taco eater : Matthew English from Newark, DE United States  
Are these Atomizers supposed to have holes in the side, mine doesn't.

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5 of 5 AU atomizer & bushing's work best on piston port March 26, 2010
taco eater : Crazy fast Wayne from Oakand, CA United States  
NOTE:If you have reed valves.
If your running the thick stiff reeds you will be fine with running the four stroke AN bushing just by running a richer or leaner AN atomizer.
Because reed valves reduce the intakes back flow/charge out the carb and back in.
And the soft reeds will reduce less of the intakes back flow/charge.
Its the piston port set ups that will benefit the most by running the two stroke AU atomizer and bushing.
Because the C shaped AU atomizer dam helps prevent the piston ports intake systems, back flow/charge out the carbs bore at low RPM’s from sucking more gas out of the atomizer when exiting out and back in the carb.
So the two stroke AU bushing & atomizer will pick up less gas from the AU atomizer system at low RPM’s, on piston port engine's.
But every set up and combination will be deferent to tune in.

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