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How to Clean a Carburetor on a Yamaha TTR 125

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Dirt and debris are the usual suspects when it comes to clogged carburetor jets on a Yamaha TT-R125. But long periods of inactivity can create cause problems for your dirt bike as well. Fuel has a tendency to degrade over time, changing from its highly-combustible form into a sticky, green sludge that can clog the carburetor’s tiny jets and fuel passages, just like dirt would during a race. Removing and disassembling the carburetor for a good cleaning is the only way to rid your TT-R125 of either problem. Expect to spend at least two hours on this project

Tools Used: Tools, 10 mm socket, Socket wrench, Phillips screwdriver, Flat screwdrivers, Container, Punch, Carburetor cleaning spray, Compressed air

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