Here! https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/yamaha/motorcycle/1996/tw200h/carburetordo you happen to know the part numbers?
Yes Mike, I do understand. Here is simply my opinion for what it is worth. Some here have used these cheap knock off Chinese carbs and had good success while others have not. I guess you get what you pay for. You can still by a brand new OEM carb either old or new style direct from a Yamaha parts supplier such as the links I just posted. They are a bit pricey but you get the real deal and they are just a simple drop in and go. Here, https://www.partzilla.com/product/yamaha/2JY-14301-03-00?ref=03bf3f771c90615bbffe446b9dec14c61a753a46. You still should get the new boot here, https://www.partzilla.com/product/yamaha/2JX-14453-00-00?ref=bd6b5b70f92e2f59d35e77958d7e5ce937a6387e.thanks, the reason I am thinking of going new is so I can take my inexperience in carburetor rebuilding out of the equation . my carb when I cleaned it was very dirty and dont think it will clean up
Yes! It makes no sense unless the boot joint on your cylinder is shot which I doubt. A new carb, either old or new style is $304 from Partzilla. The new carb boot joints for both sides will cost another $53 so about $357 to switch to the new plus shipping. If your cylinder boot joint is still good then the old style carb is $304 plus $25 for the air box boot so $329 total plus shipping. Tell me if you can why you seem set on switching to the new style carb rather than just getting a new old style one?So If I understand correctly, you are saying if I get a new style carburetor I need both new style boots? remembering this is on a 1992 bike. Thank you so very much for your time