Book a reliable carburetor tuning service in Sydney

Fill in a short form and receive free quotes from carburetor specialists near you


Excellent rating - 4.5/5 (9200+ reviews)

When you need to tune or replace your carburetor

  • Carburetor tuning
  • Carburetor mechanic in Sydney
  • Carburetor repair
  • Carburetor replacement
  • Carburetor specialist
  • … or anything else
It only takes 2 minutes. And it's free.
Up to 50% cheaper than franchise dealers
No job too big or small
Free insurance coverage
Secure cashless payments
Same day or next day service at no extra cost

What is Airtasker?

Post your task

Post your task

Tell us what you need, it's FREE to post.

Review offers

Review offers

Get offers from trusted Taskers and view profiles.

Get it done

Get it done

Choose the right person for your task and get it done.

Now Available
  • Get it done now. Pay later.
  • Repay in 4 fortnightly instalments
  • No interest
  • Available on payments up to $1,500

Suggested reads about Carburetor Tuning

  • How much does a car window replacement cost?

    Read more
  • How much does it cost to replace brake pads?

    Read more
  • How much does a diesel particulate filter replacement cost?

    Read more
  • How much does it cost to replace a timing belt?

    Read more
  • How much does a mechanic cost?

    Read more

What do carburettor tuning services include?

Carburettor tuning is critical for any two-cycle or four-cycle vehicle. Careless adjustments can trigger carbon buildup, produce insufficient power, and cause more issues that may damage your car engine in the long run. If your carburettor isn’t properly tuned, your car engine will never live up to its full potential—which is why it’s best to leave it in the hands of a tuning expert!. After discussing your needs, a top-rated Tasker will go to your preferred location and make the following adjustments:

Locating the Carburettor

Before the actual engine tuning, the air filter and housing will be removed to access the carburettor easily. Once exposed, your Tasker will have to look for two of its integral screws: air/fuel mixture screws, which measure and allow fuel and air to enter your engine; and, idle mixture screws, which control the air/fuel mixture but at idle speed.

Engine Assessment

Your car must be running to assess the engine’s condition thoroughly. Over lean means that it’s using too much air but less fuel, while over rich means there’s too much fuel but not enough air.

Air/Fuel & Idle Mixture Screws Tuning

Depending on the condition of your engine, necessary adjustments to the carburettor will be made. The screws will be strengthened if lean; or, they will be loosened if over rich. The Tasker will have to rev up your car after every adjustment with increasing RPMs until the engine is running smoothly with no misfire or vibration. If all is well, the air filter and housing will be reinstalled back onto your carburettor.

Engine Check

You may join your asker to do a quick test drive to make sure that everything’s in place and adjusted accordingly.

Recent Carburetor Tuning tasks in Sydney

I need carburetor fit and tuning


Erskineville NSW 2043, Australia

5th Jul 2021

I have a 1987 HD Fxr and have bought a new S&S carb to replace the stock old one. I have no experience but willing to learn. Is anyone out there that can fit the carb and tune my motorcycle from my home and I am willing to help and learn and not get in the way too much.

I need carburetor tuning


Glebe NSW, Australia

15th Jun 2021

Sv650s (2000) has been sitting idle for a while. The battery is new and the spark plugs were replaced 9momths ago. The bike won't start because I believe the Jets need to be cleaned.

I need carburetor tuning


Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia

21st Nov 2020

I have a 1974 BMW R90S that sounded like it wasn't getting fuel at certain RPM. It then started running iny one cylinder at idle but picked up at times above certain rpm. Sounds like it's not getting fuel to one cylinder. It could be the float bowl or maybe the carbs need syncing, I really don't know. Bike still runs.

I need carburetor tuning or replacing


Petersham NSW, Australia

6th Apr 2019

Engine is overrevving at 4000RPM. This due to that may have caused the black smoke loud banging noise seconds after turning off. May it need an overhaul or a complete replacement?