01. Keihin PA 50A-A parts for 1964-67 Honda P50 (Euro model)
01. Keihin PA 50B parts for 1967-68 Honda P50 Little Honda
02. Keihin PA C5A parts for 1968-71 Honda PC50 (Euro model)
01. Keihin PA C5A parts and 1969-70 Honda PC50 Little Honda
03. Keihin PA 00A-A parts for 1972-78 Honda PC50 (Euro model)
04. Keihin PA M0A-A parts for 1978-84 Indian AMI50 4-Stroke
05. Keihin BB 21A-B parts for 1978-79 Honda PA50-I Hobbit (20mph)
05. Keihin BB 20A-C parts for 1978-83 Honda PA50-II Hobbit (30mph)
06. Keihin PA 08B-A parts for 1977-78 Honda NC50 Express
56. Keihin PA 08B-B parts for 1978-79 Honda NC50 Express
05. Keihin PA 08B-A parts and 1979-79 Honda NA50 Express II
07. Keihin PA 08E-A parts for 1980-80 Honda NC50 Express
06. Keihin PA 08D-A parts for 1980-80 Honda NA50 Express II
08. Keihin PA 15A-A parts for 1981-81 Honda NC50 Express
07. Keihin PA 16A-A parts for 1981-81 Honda NA50 Express II
09. Keihin PA 13E-A parts for 1981-82 Honda NX50 Express SR
08. Keihin PA 13E-A parts and 1982-83 Honda NC50 Express
08. Keihin PA 13E-A parts and 1982-83 Honda NU50 Urban Express
10. Keihin PA 29C-D parts for 1984-87 Honda NQ50 Spree
09. Keihin PA 13E-A parts and 1983-85 Honda NB50 Aero 50
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11. Keihin PA 000-A parts for 1968-71 Honda Z50A Mini Trail
12. Keihin PA 655-A parts for 1972-75 Honda Z50A Mini Trail
12. Keihin PA 655-A parts and 1970-75 Honda QA50
13. Keihin PA 03A-A parts for 1976-78 Honda Z50A Mini Trail
14. Keihin PA 03B-A parts for 1979-81 Honda Z50R
14. Keihin PA 03C-A parts for 1980-81 Honda Z50R
12. Keihin PA 03D-A parts for 1982-85 Honda Z50R
12. Keihin PA 03D-A parts for 1986-87 Honda Z50R
15. Keihin PA 03H-B parts for 1988-91 Honda Z50R
15. Keihin PA 03M-A parts for 1992-98 Honda Z50R
16. Gasket and O-Ring Replacement Sets
Welcome. Keihin carburetors are used on almost all Honda motorcycles (or copies of Hondas). Here we focus on the 50cc moped and scooter carburetors from the 1970’s and 1980’s. First is an indroduction from Wikipedia:
The Keihin Corporation was founded December 19, 1956 and currently maintains its head office in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, Japan. Among the products they are internationally known for is the production of carburetors and fuel injection, and is a major suppler to Honda, and also Triumph, Suzuki, Kawasaki, KTM and Harley Davidson motorcycles. In addition to carburetors, Keihin supplies the automotive industry with engine, transmission and climate control products, including intake manifold assemblies, HVAC assemblies, compressors, valves, solenoids and electronic control units. Keihin’s largest shareholder is Honda Motor Co. Ltd. Keihin first began U.S. manufacturing in 1989. Counting all U.S. locations, Keihin has more than 20,000 employees. Keihin North America’s corporate headquarters is in Anderson, Indiana.
Keihin motorcycle carburetors are labeled with a cast-in model code followed by several numbers and letters that specify the settings for that application. Except for the Honda PA50 (made in Belgium) carburetor, which is a unique design, these Honda moped, noped, mini-cycle, scooter and small motorcycle carbs are all model code “PA”. Other Keihin carburetor model codes are PC, PD, PJ, PWK, CV, CVK, VB, VD, VE.
1. Keihin (P50) on #044 1964-68 Honda P50 Little Honda
These are down-draft carburetors, unusual, like the wheel-motor design is.
Top: Type 50A Carburetor 1964-67
(before frame number A148608)
Keihin ???, Honda 16100-044-405
Main Jet: 55
Idle Jet: 35
Needle Jet: 2.6 x 2.0
Bottom: Type 50B Carburetor 1967-68
(after frame number A148607)
Keihin 610, Honda 16100-???-???
Main Jet: 62
Idle Jet: 35
Needle Jet: 2.6 x 1.55
2. Keihin (9mm) C5A on #063 1968-71 Honda PC50 Little Honda
Before 1972, the PC50 had a OHC engine (over head cam). The carburetor for the early PC50 was a spigot mount type, 16100-063-004.
Main Jet: 62
Idle Jet: 35
Needle Jet: 2.1 x 2.5
3. Keihin (10mm) PA 00A 1972-78 Honda PC50
After 1971, the PC50 had a OHV engine (over head valve) with pushrods instead of a cam chain. The carburetor for the late PC50 was a flange mount type. This 1973-78 PC50 engine and carb are the same as the Taiwan remake engine and Keihin carburetor used on the 1979-84 Indian moped. So the carburetor parts are the same also, with a couple of exceptions.
The illustration shows a round gasket #1-6, and a round-gasket-type float bowl #6, but the actual gasket is an NC50-type, and the float bowl is the early NC50 type, shallow and without a choke jet.
4. Keihin (10mm) PA M0A 1978-84 Indian AMI50
The Indian AMI50 Chief four stroke moped engine, OHV with pushrods and internal pedals, made from 1978-1984, is a copy of a “late” Honda PC50 engine, OHV with pushrods and internal pedals, made from 1972-1978.
The Indian moped had three different carburetors, Tillotson (some 1978), Keihin (some 1978, most 1979-80), Mikuni (some 1980, all 1981-84). Only the Keihin parts are listed here. See Indian Parts for Mikuni items.
The Keihin carb on Indian is the same as late PC50, except for the jet, jet pad, jet o-ring, and float bowl. The mount holes are also 32mm spacing, center-to-center.
Most of these PA MOA parts are the same as in PA 08B section 6.
Scroll down to those item numbers to see the prices there.
01 see 6- N/A E210-20-50 PA M0A-A carb complete
02 see 6-5.0a E231-03-00 substitute cap brass M20-1.0 thread
2a see 6-1.1axE231-?.?-00 top rubber washer 10 x 18 x 1
03 see 6-0$3 E231-?.?-00 cable stop-adjuster M6-0.75 thread
04 see 6-4.1b E231-06-00 float white plastic = Honda 16013-147-004
05 see 6-2.0b E231-13-00 float needle valve = Honda 16155-883-005
06 see 6-4.2x E231-15-00 hinge pin substitute Ø2 x 18.5
07 see 6-11.0 E231-04-00 rubber boot substitute Dellorto
08 see 6-$40 E231-01-00 float bowl like NC50 type A but no jet pad
09 see 6-8.1x E231-07-00 throttle slide Ø13 #15A = 16022-143-620
10 see 6-3.3x E231-09-00 jet needle Ø2 x 33
11 see 6-3.1x E231-08-00 W-spring clip
12 see 6-3.2x E231-10-00 needle E-clip substitute 1.5mm
13 see 6-7.3x E231-19-00 idle air mix screw M6-0.75 x 20 special
14 see 6-7.1x E231-21-00 idle speed screw M4-0.70 x 19 special
15 see 6-6.1x E231-23-00 bowl drain screw M6-1.00 special
17 see 6-1.5x E231-02-00 float bowl gasket Ø1.5 NC50-type
19 see 6-7.4x E231-20-00 idle air screw spring Ø5.6 x 10
20 see 6-7.2x E231-22-00 idle speed screw spring Ø4.9 x 9
21 see 6-8.2x E231-17-00 throttle return spring Ø10 x 42
22 see 6-1.6x E231-11-00 drain screw o-ring 1.5×4 (7 od)
23 see 6-0$2 E231-11-00 intake flange o-ring 2 x 18 (22 od)
24 see 6- N/A E231-00-50 carb body bare
27 see 8-19.0 E231-18-00 screw-in main jet #70 M6-0.75 slot
28 see 6-4.3x E231-16-00 hinge pin screw M4 x 6 sunk
29 see 6-12.0 E231-?.?-00 bowl screw M4 x 10 pan phillips
This Keihin carburetor illustration from the Indian Parts Manual shows a push-in main jet, with an thin o-ring seal, a round bowl gasket, a round detached float, and a different float bowl. But the actual Indian carburetor has #27 a M6-0.75 screw-in main jet, #17 an NC50-type bowl gasket, #4 a swinging semi-round float, and #8 a float bowl that takes an NC50-type gasket, but is different from both shallow and deep NC50 float bowls.
5. Keihin (8mm) BB 21A-B #148 on 1978-79 Honda PA50 I Hobbit (20mph)
5. Keihi (12mm) BB 20A-C #148, GB7 on 1978-83 Honda PA50 II Hobbit (30mph)
Honda’s successor to the four-stroke PC50 was the two-stroke PA50, known in the USA as Hobbit, and in Europe as Camino. It was made in Belguim by Honda Benelux, so it had a mix of Japanese and European design and componentry.
This Keihin BB type carburetor is not like any other moped carburetor. It looks more like a Honda generator carburetor. It is a very flat design.
Servicing: The best way to remove the PA50 carburetor is to hold the back of the bike up by either a rope tied to an overhead beam, or with a milk crate and blocks of wood. Remove the floorboards and side covers. Unplug the ignition wires from the coil at the right rear. Pull them through and move them out of the way. Disconnect the decompression cable and the spark plug cap. Loosen the wiring clamps so there is slack in the wires. Remove the lower rear shock bolts and the swing arm pivot bolt above the engine. Then the whole sub-frame can be moved away from the main frame, either by lifting the back of the bike up, or by swinging it around sideways.
Note that the float bowl can go on two different ways. The wrong way assembles normally, but causes the vertical brass overflow tube to contact the float. Honda designed all of the cleaning ports, drain screws, and adjustment screws to face the right side of the bike, which is the upper left in the exploded view. The drain hose spigot on the float bowl faces the same way as the adjustment screws. The other way to tell is by shaking the carburetor. If you can hear the float rattling inside then the float is not stuck so the float bowl is on correctly.
While every other moped carburetor is a sliding throttle valve type, this one is a swinging plate throttle valve. The reason is to be flatter, to get more clearance from the bottom of the frame. The manual choke is also a swinging plate, with an automatic release.
Some servicing can be done with the carburetor installed. It is easy to clean the idle passages and jet by spraying a one second long burst of carb spray into the idle mixture screw hole, followed by compressed air. The running engine is allowed to consume the flammable solvent before the next burst is sprayed in, to prevent the engine from getting flooded.
6. Keihin (12mm) PA08B-A or PA08B-B on #147 ‘77-79 Honda NC50 Express
6. Keihin (12mm) PA08B-A or PA08B-B on #163 1979 Honda NA50 Express II
This carburetor has a throttle cable and a choke cable coming straight up and looping around. It has no vent hoses, vacuum hoses, or oil lines going into it. The oil injection goes into the intake manifold. The float reservoir vent is just a small tube slanting downward. The mount holes have a 38mm spacing, wider than the late PC50 flange mount baby Keihin.
As with most Honda carburetors, fuel is never allowed to spill onto the engine or anything else. Instead an overflow tube inside the float chamber allows any overflow fuel to flow out and down the drain hose and onto the ground below the engine.
The 1977-79 Honda NC50 and NA50 each had two carburetor versions, PA08BA and PA08BB. Regardless of the year, or the VIN number, they could have either version. So the customer had to look at the model number stamped into the carburetor, and tell the Honda dealer that number, to get certain parts correct.
Parts for Sale: Many new original things like the gasket set and float needle are still available. But the items crossed out are no longer available from Honda. For some of those, Myrons has found or made substitutes.
Some part numbers have been superseded. Those obsolete part numbers are not listed here.
# price Honda part # description specs asket and o-ring set
1.0a$25 16010-143-620 gasket set for A (shallow bowl)
1.0b$23 16010-147-711 gasket set for B (tall float bowl)
1.1a$$3 16010-143-305 top rubber washer 10x18x1
1.1b$$8 16010-143-305 top rubber washer 13×16.5×1
1.2x$$2 16010-143-305 intake o-ring 2 x 20 (24 od)
1.3a$$2 16010-143-305 main jet o-ring 1 x 3 (5 od)
1.4a$$5 16010-143-305 jet support pad disk Ø7.5 x 1.8
1.5x$18 16010-143-305 float bowl gasket Ø1.5 NC50-type
1.6x$$2 16010-143-305 drain plug o-ring 1.5×4 (7 od)
2.0a$22 16011-881-741 float needle valve stirrup
2.0b$20 16155-883-005 float needle valve regular (KL 18-4608)
16012-147-004 needle jet and jet needle set
16012-147-014 needle jet and jet needle set
3.1x$10 00000-000-000 jet needle w-clip
3.2x$$2 00000-000-000 jet needle e-clip 1.5 for 2.0 needle
3.3x$10 00000-000-000 jet needle 2.0 (1.5 clip groove)
3.4a$10 00000-000-000 needle jet (emulsion tube)
4.0a N/A 16013-143-620 float with pin and screw stirrup
4.0b N/A 16013-147-004 float with pin and screw regular
4.1a N/A 00000-000-000 float bare black foam stirrup
4.1b N/A 00000-000-000 float bare white plastic regular
4.2x$$4 00000-000-000 hinge pin substitute Ø2 x 18.5
4.3x$$3 00000-000-000 hinge screw M4x5 sunk phillips
16014-143-620 top cap A and washer subst. M20-1.0
16014-147-004 top cap B and washer subst. M18-1.0
16015-147-004 float bowl set A shallow w/jet pad
16015-147-014 float bowl set B deep w/choke jet
6.1x$18 00000-000-000 float drain screw M6x20 special
7.0x N/A 16016-143-620 adjustment screw set
7.1x$$8 00000-000-000 idle speed screw M4x19 special
7.2x$$3 00000-000-000 idle speed spring Ø5.6 x 10
7.3x$$8 00000-000-000 idle air screw M6-0.75×20 special
7.4x$$8 00000-000-000 idle air screw spring Ø4.8 x 9
8.0x N/A 16022-143-620 throttle slide and spring
8.1x$25 00000-000-000 throttle slide Ø13 #15A
8.2x$15 00000-000-000 throttle slide spring Ø9.5 x 42
16046-143-620 choke top, spring, slide
9.1x$10 00000-000-000 choke top substitute plastic M12-1.0
9.1x$15 00000-000-000 choke top substitute metal M12-1.0
9.2x$$4 00000-000-000 choke spring substitute
9.3x$12 00000-000-000 choke slide substitute
16100-147-676 carburetor assembly 1977-79
16100-147-712 carburetor assembly 1980
11.0x$$5 16118-166-004 cable rubber boot substitute Dellorto
12.0x$$1 93500 – 04012 bowl screw M4x12 pan phillips
13.0x25¢ 94111 – 04000 lock washer M4 split
14.0x N/A 95001 – 35003 drain and overflow hose 3.5 x 7.0
14.0x$$1 95001 – 35003 drain hose subst. 1/8 x 1/4 3.1 x 6.3
15.0x N/A 95002 – 02070 drain hose clamp B7 (for 7 not 6.3)
16.0a$18 99201-081-0780 main jet press-in #78 (58 drilled)
16.0b N/A not shown (not replaceable, part of carb body)
Main Jet: On a PA08BB the main jet is a tamper-proof tight press-fit type, in the center. The jet cannot be removed, and cannot be replaced.
On a PA08BA the main jet presses or slides in and out, and is supported by a rubber disk. If the disk is missing, the jet can slide downward, allowing fuel to get past the jet o-ring, causing a rich fuel mixture.
Idle Hole Cleaning: Near the engine side of the carb body is a brass tube that dips down into the liquid gasoline. That tube, about 1.5 mm (0.060″) inner diameter and 20mm long, leads to the idle or pilot jet, which is about 0.30 mm (0.012″). The idle jet gets clogged from sitting, then the engine will run but won’t idle. Nothing but a very thin (0.010″) steel guitar string will clean it out. See below about jet drills and cleaning tiny jets. Ultrasonic parts cleaners, carb spray, carb dip, and compressed air are not usually effective. Another way to clean out the idle jet is to 1) place a drill bit that fills the hole (so it does not get crushed), 2) clamp it with a small vise grips, 3) rotate back and forth while pulling, 4) when it comes out, the actual hole is easy to see and clean, 5) press it back in the same way it came out.
Strong solvent is needed to dissolve varnish or tar residue left from years of sitting. Carburetor spray, parts dip, or acetone all help clean out the tar, sometimes with a lot of scraping, brushing or rubbing. Always remember to remove all rubber things first, to not let the rubber touch the solvent. Strong solvents will swell soft rubber, deforming it. Never soak the whole carburetor in strong solvent. In this way, Shaun (at Royal Cyclery and later at Myrons Mopeds) has successfully cleaned out over 100 Honda Express carburetors, without ever replacing any of the rubber gaskets. Part of the reason was they were only sold at Honda dealers, but nonetheless, they are not needed in a normal service or clean-out.
7. Keihin (12mm) PA08E-A on #147 1980 Honda NC50 Express
7. Keihin (12mm) PA08D-A on #163 1980 Honda NA50 Express II
The PA08E-A is the same as a PA08B-A, except for three things.
(1) It has an oil injection small hose spigot on the side near the fuel hose spigot.
(2) It has a 18×1 thread top cap, like a PA08B-B has.
(3) It has a Idle Fuel mixture screw, like a PA15A has, instead of an Idle Air mixture screw. See below.
All of the other parts are the same as PA08B-A (push-in jet with o-ring, shallow float bowl with rubber pad holding the jet in). See above.
The 1977-79 Honda Express had the oil hose going into the intake manifold. The 1980 and later models had the oil injection hose going into the throttle slide area. There must have been some benefit.
The PA08D-A is the same as a PA08B-B, except for two things.
(1) It has an oil injection small hose spigot on the side near the fuel hose spigot.
(2) It has a Idle Fuel mixture screw, like a PA15A has, instead of an Idle Air mixture screw. See below.
All of the other parts are the same as PA08B-B (non-replaceable jet, deep float bowl). See above.
8. Keihin (12mm) PA15A-A on #163 1981 Honda NC50 Express
8. Keihin (12mm) PA16A-A on #190 1981 Honda NA50 Express II
The 1981 Honda Express carburetor features a screw-in main jet, and a built-in vacuum-operated (not electric) automatic choke. When the temperature switch on the head is cold, it allows the engine vacuum to raise the choke plunger up, which opens a new fuel passage, to enrich the mixture during cold starting. As the engine warms up, it closes the vacuum, allowing the thin spring to pull it back down, for normal running.
The PA16A-A looks identical to the PA15A-A. It is on the 1981 Honda NA50 Express II, the final year of that model. They both have a #75 screw-in jet and the non-stirrup type B float needle. The only difference must be the venturi shape or size.
After 1983, 50cc Hondas had electric chokes, because they were electric-start scooters with 12 volt batteries.
# price Honda part # description specs asket and o-ring set
1.0 see 6-$27 16010-190-004 gasket and o-ring set
1.1 see 6-1.1b 16010-143-305 top rubber washer 13 x 16.5 x 1
1.2 see 6-1.2x 16010-143-305 intake o-ring 2 x 20 (24 od)
1.3 see 6-$22 16010-143-305 float bowl gasket 2.5 tall by 1.5 wide
1.4 see 6-1.6x 16010-143-305 drain plug o-ring 1.5 x 4 (7 od)
1.5 see 6-1.3a 16010-143-305 idle fuel mix screw o-ring 1 x 3 (5 od)
2.0 see 6- N/A
16012-GA6-671 needle jet & jet needle set
2.1 see 6-3.1x 00000-000-000 jet needle w-clip
2.2 see 6-3.2x 00000-000-000 jet needle e-clip 1.5
2.3 see 6-3.3x 00000-000-000 jet needle 2.0 x 33 (1.5 clip groove)
2.4 see 6- N/A 00000-000-000 emulsion tube
3.0 see 6-4.0b 16013-147-004 float set white plastic regular
3.1 see 6-4.1b 00000-000-000 float bare white plastic
3.2 see 6-4.2x 00000-000-000 hinge pin substitute Ø2 x 18.5
3.3 see 6-4.3x 00000-000-000 hinge screw M4x5 sunk phillips
4.0 see 6- N/A
16014-190-014 top cap with curved pipe 1981
4.0 see 6- N/A
16014-187-013 top cap with curved pipe 1982-83
5.0 see 6- N/A
16015-147-014 float bowl set
5.1 see 6-6.1x 00000-000-000 float drain screw M6 x 20 special
6.0 see 6- N/A
16016-191-004 idle fuel adjustment screw set
6.1 see 6- N/A 00000-000-000 idle fuel mixture screw M6-0.75 special
6- see16- $27 00000-000-000 idle fuel mixture screw substitute
6.2 see 6-7.4x 00000-000-000 idle fuel mix screw spring Ø5 x 9
6.3 see 6- $2 00000-000-000 idle fuel mix screw washer 3.1×5.0x0.5
7.0 see 6- N/A 16022-143-620 throttle slide & spring
7.1 see 6-8.1x 00000-000-000 throttle slide 13.9 od x 10.0 id
7.2 see 6-8.2x 00000-000-000 throttle slide spring Ø9.5 x 42
8.0 see 6- N/A 16028-187-003 idle speed screw and spring
8.1 see 6-7.1x 00000-000-000 idle speed screw M4x19 special
8.2 see 6-7.2x 00000-000-000 idle speed screw spring Ø5.5×10
9.0 see 6-N/A
16100-190-672 carburetor assembly 1981
9.0 see 6-N/A
16100-GA6-671 carburetor assembly 1982-83
10 see 6- N/A
16118-190-004 cable curved rubber boot (1981)
10 see 6- N/A
16118-187-003 cable curved rubber boot (82-83)
11 see 6-2.0b 16155-883-005 float needle valve (KL 18-4068)
12 see 6-14.0 16199-435-771 float drain hose 3.0 x 6.5
13 see 6- N/A
16608-GA6-670 control valve tube 4
14 see 6-12.0 93892-04012-08 screw & washer M4x12 pan phillips
15 see 6-15.0 95002 – 02070 hose clamp B7 for vent hose
16 see 6- N/A 95002 – 02080 hose clamp B8 for vacuum hose
17 see 6- N/A 95002 – 02650 hose clamp B6.5 for drain hose
18 see 6-14.0 95005 – 35001 float vent hose 3.5 x 7
19 see 6- N/A 99101-187-0580 jet #58 (82-87 Z50R) M6-0.75
19 see 6- N/A 99101-187-0680 jet #68 (84-87 Spree ) M6-0.75
19 see 6- $10 99101-187-0700 jet #70 (79-81 Indian) M6-0.75
19 see 6- N/A 99101-187-0750 jet #75 (81-83 Express) M6-0.75
19 see 6- N/A 99101-187-0780 jet #78 (KL 18-9792)
19 see 6- N/A 99101-187-0800 jet #80 (KL 18-9793)
Float Valve Seat: On these carburetors the float seat (the cup that the float needle valve slides in) is carved into the actual carburetor body, and is not replaceable. Polish it with a spinning Q-tip and polish, such as Turtle Wax.
Choke jet: On deep-float-bowl versions, there is a choke jet, pressed into a corner of the float bowl. When it gets clogged the engine will only start easily when it is warm.
Verify all jets and fuel or air passageways are open, using wires and or visually with carb spray (wear goggles).
The Honda Express throttle cable curves rearward and loops downward to get below the carburetor, and then goes forward into the frame tube. The loop design adds friction, but it makes a good clean step-thru frame without any cables or wires hanging out.
The 1981-83 automatic choke plunger mechanism itself is not replaceable.
9. Keihin (12mm) PA13E-A on #187 1981-82 Honda NX50 Express SR
9. Keihin (12mm) PA13E-A on #GA6 1982-83 Honda NC50 Express
9. Keihin (12mm) PA13E-A on #GC1 1982-83 Honda NU50 Urban Express
This is the most sophisticated moped carburetor, and also the one with the most hoses.
This PA13E-A carb is the same as the previous PA15A-A carb, except for stud bolts instead of holes on the mounting flange. So all of the parts are the same. See above.
10. Keihin PA 29C-D, PA29H-A, others on #GK8 1984-85 Honda NQ50 Spree
10. Keihin PA 29C-D, PA29H-A, others on #GE8,GN2 1983-85 Honda NM50 Aero 50
These were zippy 50cc two-stroke automatic scooters that maxed out at 30mph to meet many US state’s moped laws. They have electric start so there is 12 volt battery power to operate an automatic electric choke. They also have a gas gauge and an automatic vacuum petcock on the gas tank. You don’t have know very much to operate one. They had a CVT variator that continuously changes the belt drive pulley size ratio, for very quick acceleration.
The float bowl gasket in the illustration looks like the NC50-type, but it’s not. The actual gasket has an additional loop, for a vent and overflow. A “tall” float bowl gasket for a 1982-83 NC50 would work fine. Only if the float overflowed then some of the overflow would leak onto the carb instead of through the overflow hose and onto the ground.
From measuring an actual PA 29C-D carburetor, the sizes can be displayed in the PA 29C-D gaskets photo. The PA 29C-D gasket set is not available but the PA15A-A gasket set can be a substitute. See above.
Idle Mixture Screw: The idle mixture screw is an “air screw” that blocks off an air channel.
Main Jet: The main jet is a screw-in, recessed-type, M6-0.75 thread, size 68 (0.68mm).
Pilot Jet: The idle jet is not replaceable. It is inside the upper end of the brass tube, pressed into the main body, on the engine side of the main jet.
Float Seat: This carb does not have a replaceable float needle valve seat. The seat is part of the main body, and must be cleaned and polished with a spinning Q-tip.
Float: non-stirrup type white plastic 16013-147-004 see 6-4.0b, non-stirrup needle valve 16155-883-005 see 6-2.0b
Flange Mount: The flange mount holes on the Spree carburetor are spaced 35mm, center-to-center. That is different from the late PC50 32mm, and the NC50 38mm.
Top Cap: M18 x 1 thread