honda urban express nu50 carb XPRESS YOURSELF pack - VM18
honda urban express nu50 carb XPRESS YOURSELF pack - VM18
 



  $170.00
urban expressfitters! $162.98

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here's what ya get in this PARTYYY!:

 
 
urban EXPRESSIONZ college requires you to upgrade your nu50 urban express to a vm18 mikuni made in japan carburetor and a motion left mopeds USA made intake!! quality stuff, no junk, only top notch for ya!!

this bolts right on to your existing intake and then the carb clamps onto the new intake.

then, you will need to change your main jet in the carb!!

grab some main jets here!!!

do some research on your setup. stock cylinders should run around 60-70 range, possibly higher, and big bore kits are 70s-80s+ or even higher!! always start with a high number jet and work your way down!!!!!

your original throttle cable WILL NOT WORK with this carburetor. what do you do?!?! you modify one!! like this:

grab a throttle cable here. then, you need to get a miniest knarp here!

you probably wanna just take the adjuster that comes with the carb off, then attach the smaller end of the cable into the throttle slide. the larger side may or may not work at your throttle side, so you cut it off and use the knarp where you need it to be on the throttle for tension. you MAY need to shorten the cable for more slack.

now youre blastin, graduate, its your party!!!

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5 of 5 Great carb setup, don't have to cut any cable! August 10, 2018
taco eater : Matthew Hardgrove from Denver , CO United States  
Just installed this setup on my Urban Express.  The intake, carb and filter are top notch!!!

The description is true, you CANNOT use the stock throttle cable, however, if you buy a vm18 90 degree cable adjuster with a motion pro 02-0384 throttle cable it screws right in and works without having to cut anything and it fits in the bike frame and looks and works well enough.

Now, it's a tight fit, you have to tighten down the adjuster on that 90 degree piece, and have to physically remove the carb from the intake if you need to loosen the carb slide nut,  but it just barely works and allows full range of throttle motion.

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