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April 5, 2014

Menus for Men

Filed under: Wimminz — Tags: , — wimminz @ 4:27 pm

First, take two Hitachi 40 mm carburettors.








Then, following the other pics, carefully dis-assemble them, strip all the jets and other components, give them a quick clean.

Get a nice clean stainless crock pot, add 150 ml of biological washing powder, and add warm water while stirring to 3/4 full.

Place the ingredients in the crock pot and fill remaining space with warm water.

Place on the gas ring and bring to the boil, then turn the gas down to minimum and simmer gently for 20 minutes.


Turn the gas off and allow to stand, cool, and marinade overnight.

Make proper man coffee


In the morning flush with **copious** quantities of warm water, and clean with a toothbrush, preferably one of the ex’s, then fire up compressor and dry, ready to serve.

Serves one vee twin motorsickle


  1. Excellent 😀

    Need to order overhaul parts for the carbs on my XRV750 one day. It’s a ’98 with 70,000 miles so the diaphragms and floats are probably going to go soon

    What do you ride?

    Comment by Tim — April 5, 2014 @ 5:18 pm

  2. Goddamn. If I’d read this two years ago, “Sybil” might not have had that dead spot at 6000 RPMs.

    Comment by Davis M.J. Aurini — April 5, 2014 @ 7:16 pm

    • it’s actually one of the easiest and best ways to clear carbs, biological washing powder will clean almost anything, but you MUST rinse with COPIOUS quantities of water from the hot tap, air dry, then use a carb cleaner etc etc.

      Don’t forget the air compressor to blow everything out THOROUGHLY afterwards.

      (In extremis a butane lighter refill can will do the same job.)

      Boiling water is 100’C so it is incapable of damaging anything in a carb, but notes I did remove everything inc jets and slides and diaphragms etc.

      It will get rid of all gunk and shit and varnish and so on, it won’t get rid of cooked in carbon, hence the toothbrush and patience.

      Boiling up engine parts on the cooker also allows you to sit back and bask in the awe with which all married and cohabiting men feel for you, and of course all the co-habiting wimminz who wish their niggerz were more like you…lol

      Comment by wimminz — April 5, 2014 @ 7:34 pm

  3. This works very well! I use this technique to clean grotty 3 piece wheel centres as well. My mother did not like me cooking car parts on her stove and heating car parts in her oven…

    Comment by knowethnaught — April 6, 2014 @ 2:03 am

    • Too bad mom, your son is being righteous…lol

      Comment by wimminz — April 6, 2014 @ 2:01 pm

  4. There’s something satisfying about bringing old things back to life. I completely cleaned (most) of the cosmolene out of my new mosin nagant, and she feels almost new.

    I call her a she not because shes reliable, but because it takes work and ownership to make her reliable ;).

    I guess this means you are getting close to finishing your custom bike build?

    Comment by Freeman — April 6, 2014 @ 1:29 pm

    • “Finishing”… lol.. no….

      Basically the black bitch has been dismantled for at least 7 years now, which it has to be said is the only thing that saved it from being sold, 7+ years ago I decided it needed a rebuilt so tore it down, and you can imagine the rest.

      There is NO wiring of any kind, so I have a new battery, new ignitech ignition module, new ignitech coils, so just cleaning and rebuilding the carbs, put them on, try and start the bitch, if that goes well then make and finish the wiring loom, decide whether to go for a bigger tank or re-do the old one, get some lights front and rear, new final drive chain, fluids and filters, clean up the alloy etc and make it look presentable, then get it licenced again.

      So, project to get done by summer hopefully.

      The black bitch has been slowly evolving for many years, and I dislike the term “custom bike”… all bikes should be “personalised” or “bespoke”, and ideally suited to their owner and no-one else.

      In a previous iteration about 9 years ago she looked like this

      Comment by wimminz — April 6, 2014 @ 1:57 pm

      • I’ve never been much of a bike guy, but I have to say she looked rockin.

        Comment by freeman — April 7, 2014 @ 1:00 am

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