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New: AMAL PREMIER MK1 MK2 & Monobloc Carburetors / Carbs 

Reko's British Restorations proudly supplies REAL Amal carburetor parts & replacements ... But the new news on the block is that the Premier Carbs now available are phenominal.

Yes, we have used these in several restoration and race applications since these carbs have become available (as well as the recent full concours quality restoration on the 1970 Triumph Bonneville we are working on) and the reliability, tuneability and toughness of the new Amal "Premier" Carbs is the best available bar none. 

Not only have they revisited the formulations on the metal and made all metal parts hardened and precision formed, but the new floats / needles are military spec material and will not be harmed by the new ethanol rich gasolines that are now standard at the pump. Please Contact Reko's British Restorations for availability on the parts and full carbs. 

Reko's British Restorations will replace or repair your old Amal carbs with new higher spec parts that still retain the history and collect-ability of your prized British Motorcycle. From Amal: 


The AMAL Carburetter Company are pleased to announce the introduction of the new AMAL Premier MK1 Concentric Carburetter.

The 900 Series AMAL Carburetter for four stroke applications has been re-designed to improve performance and wear. The new carburetter incorporates changes in materials which reduce the rate of slide and body wear and a precision engineered idle circuit which improves the pick up performance from idle and reduces fuel consumption. The precision manufactured forged alloy, hard anodised throttle slide has a low friction surface for smoother operation and greater wear resistance. The material of the carburetter body has a “passivated” finish which resists corrosion, whilst the ethanol resistant, puncture proof StayUp float and viton tipped alloy needle valve improve control of the fuel flow.

A new easily removable pilot jet provides precise metering of the idle circuit. The jet, which is located in the opposite position to the pilot air screw, is manufactured to tight tolerances allowing it to be replaced with minimum disruption to the adjustment of the carburetter. Initially the size of the jet replicates the 622/107 pilot bush. Other sizes will be available shortly. Removal of the jet allows access to the rest of the idle circuit for servicing. The new jet cannot be fitted to earlier versions of the Mk1 Concentric.

The new carburetter is available in 28mm, 30mm and 32mm bore sizes and with right or left hand pilot adjustment.  






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