This is an early AMAC vintage motorcycle small brass carburettor with the original float bowl.
It also come with the highly sought-after mushroom “filter”. It doesn’t screw on very well though.
I have been though my AMAC brass carburettor catalogues and I can’t see “Y62” listed in them. However, the catalogues only begin in 1923. I am wondering is this little carb is earlier. AMAC made carburettors a decade earlier.
I have looked very carefully on the nut facing where the main jet is seated. The only stamp that I can make out looks like “Y62”. Have a look at the images and see what you think. There does not appear to be any other stamping.
It might be similar to these models: T10H YSP, T10H XSP, T15H YDM, T15H XDM.
- Overall height of the carburettor as you see it with parts: 4 1/2″
- Air intake inside dimension: 3/4″
- Outlet side (Inside dimension): 3/4″
- Outlet side spigot(Inside dimension for mounting): 1″
It comes as you see it. I have taken it apart to show what you will get.
These small AMAC carburettors are a little hard to find. Here’s your chance to buy a spare. The slide is in reasonable condition. The carb has a lovely patina and hasn’t been “restored”.
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