Motion Pro Carb Tuner

SyncPro Carburetor Four Stroke Engine

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Motion Pro SyncPro Carb TunerMost of us have had the conversation about why we ought to keep our carburetors tuned and in time. It's simple: carbs keep the engine turning and if they're not working their best, neither is your engine. End of story.

There are many styles of synchronization tools for your carbs, and they will all get the job done. The SyncPro carb tuner by Motion Pro, however, is much nicer to use than juggling gauge-style tuners. The SyncPro uses four fluid-filled channels to display the vacuum pressure. Unlike gauge systems, this device is very visual and you can compare channel heights with a glance.

Non-toxic fluid is used in the SyncPro, so you don't need to worry about mercury spills, which would be unlikely with this system anyway because of the impact resistant, no-spill design. Durability is a nice feature for the coordination-challenged among us. A hanger hook will free your hands by letting you securely place the tuner where you can see it, and rubber feet prevent sliding. Some of the SyncPro features may seem small, but having these conveniences can save you a lot of frustration and let you focus on getting your baby tuned.

The SyncPro carb tuner works with 2, 3, and 4 cylinder four-stroke engines. It comes with adapters for most of the major brands, including an optional 6 mm adapter for Yamaha models. This tuner runs at around twice the cost of your lower-end gauge synchronization tools but is more durable, has fewer parts, and is easier to use. If you don't already own a carb tuner, you really should get one -- and this is a solid purchase.

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