Not everything comes naturally.

If I had a argument with something and maybe still have it was the carburetor.
Old gasoline leaves a horrible gluey layer behind.

Cleaning is not so simple.
After a week in the thinner it still wasn't clean.

The pictures here are in addition to the first cleaning.
What you get is a fine engine idling.
But by stepping on the gas immediately stalling.

Or backfire fire that occurs in the intake manifold.

After his first ride, the carburetor located another two weeks in the thinner.
Then one day in an ultrasonic bath it looks good now but I still need to test.