You may purchase parts for your own
work or ship me your carbs and I will take care of everything for
you. I stock almost everything for PHF and PHM carbs, most of
which is listed on my website - click HERE
for my Dellorto parts page.
I offer different levels of service,
simple rebuild to a concours restoration.
For the rebuild, I do a simple
disassemble, dip, clean, then replace all seals and other parts as
needed. For a restoration, I dip everything then give the outside
parts a soda blast which makes everything look new again - it
evens out the tone of the aluminum even if it is badly stained. I
then put your carbs back together replacing all exterior bolts,
screws, washers, fuel banjo, carb clamps and bolts etc with new
parts so that your carbs will look absolutely stunning. On
the inside, I replace seals, needles, pump diaphram, float needle
valve, atomizers, floats etc etc as req'd so that they also perform
as new. Pictures below.
How much does it all cost?
Please look over the the parts
page to see costs for parts. It takes me 2 hours minimum
to do a rebuild on a set of carbs and 5 hours minimum for a
restoration on a set of carbs. Shop rate is $135/hour plus all parts needed plus
shipping back to you. If you live in California, add Ca.
Sales tax of 8.75% to all parts as well.
If this is of interest to you,
please send me an email stating your intentions and I will get
back to you with the best place to ship everything to. Then send a signed work
request specifically stating your needs along with your carbs to me.
will eMail or call you once I disassemble them to give you a firm quote for
repairs etc along with a timeline for completion.
You may also bring your bike over
and I will re-install and properly synchronize your carbs for you
once work is complete.
Below are a set
of Dellorto PHF carbies off a 1983 Laverda RGS1000 Triple that
got cleaned and reconditioned.
Below are a set of
Dellorto PHF36HD carbs from an XR-1000 Harley Davidson after
receiving a clean, blast, new parts and reassembly. New
exterior bolts etc were installed.
Below are 2 pictures
of a set of old style PHF 32s before and after my work. This was a
simple rebuild; disassemble, dip, clean, blast and rebuild with new seals, needles, float
needle valves & pump diaphrams. We reused all the
original exterior fasteners etc.