I Vapourblasted a pair of Side Draft Weber Carburetors off a Rally car. See before & after photo’s below
I changed the Vapourblasting Media to Soda, this is done by overloading (saturating) the water in the Vapourblaster with Soda, until no more soda will dissolve in the water, then by adding even more soda, (think of this as the same as putting 10 teaspoons of sugar in your coffee, no matter how much you stir your coffee the sugar just wont dissolve), this water/soda mixture is then Vapourblasted by introducing compressed air, this will remove the fuel vanish, stains & bring the carburetors to as new condition.
Apart from the absolute mint finish we get, one of the main reasons to use soda as opposed to glass bead on Carburetors, is that soda dissolves in water, so by just washing the finished carb in clean water we can be sure that there is no residue in any of the carb fuel or air gallery’s.
Before Vapour Blasting: After Vapour Blasting:
After Vapour Blasting fitted to engine:
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