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Old 04-06-2020, 07:49 PM
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Default Help Finding Carburetor for Silver Streak Fox 50CC Kart

Hello, I Bought a silver streak Fox 50CC Kart for my son a few years back,

just took it out of storage and its been sitting for a few years, dropped it off to a shop and they said it needs a new carb, I can't seen to find it anywhere,

I dont have any pics of the engine as its at the shop but I do have the carb that was on it.

I believe mounting holes are 41mm apart. can anyone help me out?

my email is larrychip84@gmail.com thanks,
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Being complete and not physically damaged I'm not sure why they would say that... I'd bet dollars to donuts that it just needs a thorough cleaning and new gaskets which by the looks of it the gaskets for a honda gx160/gx200 would be a direct match. I'd personally rebuild it, that adjustable jet is nice touch. It's a Ruixing H124c-01 and from a little searching doesn't seem to be an easy one to get ahold of either
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Being complete and not physically damaged I'm not sure why they would say that... I'd bet dollars to donuts that it just needs a thorough cleaning and new gaskets which by the looks of it the gaskets for a honda gx160/gx200 would be a direct match. I'd personally rebuild it, that adjustable jet is nice touch. It's a Ruixing H124c-01 and from a little searching doesn't seem to be an easy one to get ahold of either
I would honestly give a clean a try. Did they tell you WHY you need a new carb?
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I would honestly give a clean a try. Did they tell you WHY you need a new carb?
they tried cleaning it about 5 times and they said it keeps sticking ?

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Being complete and not physically damaged I'm not sure why they would say that... I'd bet dollars to donuts that it just needs a thorough cleaning and new gaskets which by the looks of it the gaskets for a honda gx160/gx200 would be a direct match. I'd personally rebuild it, that adjustable jet is nice touch. It's a Ruixing H124c-01 and from a little searching doesn't seem to be an easy one to get ahold of either
it doesn't have to be the same carb just one that will fit onto the motor,
do you know of another one that will work?
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Carb from a Honda gx160/gx200 or any of the clones of should bolt right on but you'll need to refigure out the throttle hookup
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Old 04-08-2020, 09:36 AM
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I need a throttle cable and two tires they won't hold air, you guys know where I can get these?


I ordered a carb off eBay I hope it works

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