OldSchoolCarbs, specializing in vintage and classic motorcycle carburetors.

Jay Leno wearing an OldSchoolCarbs cap. He is neither sponsor nor spokesperson for OldSchool. He's a *mere* CBX owner who experienced a need that I was pleased to fulfill.

The CBX video segment on Jay Leno's Garage is now live. Take a moment and have a look: http://www.jaylenosgarage.com/motorcycles-1/honda/1981-honda-cbx/index.shtml 

I promise it'll be worth your time.

We're here for all your carb needs. We've done them all--Linkert, Dell Orto, Bing, Amal, Holley, Mikuni, Keihin, you name it. If your bike is carburetted, we can get them sorted.

 

I built this site, rather my son did, as an adjunct to my Ebay ads. I can give you a lot more info here than I can cram onto an auction page.

 

We've got customers in the US, Greece, Australia, Brazil, Holland, Finland, Norway, Scotland, England, Ireland, Canada, France, Tahiti, Guam, Israel, Sweden, Thailand, and the list goes on. Wherever you live, there's a good chance that we have a customer there.

 

We're not what you'd call a "production shop" by any means. We do them one at a time and take our time to make sure we're not missing anything. Naturally this means that we've got a healthy backlog of around ten to twelve weeks, but I like to think it's worth the wait.

 

We promote ourselves as "high-end carb restorers" but of course that's up to you to decide once you've worked with us directly.

 

We take our work seriously so I encourage you to call and let's have a round of stump-the-expert. It'll give me a chance to show off my understanding of carburetors and motorcycle engines in general and you'll have a chance to get to know me in person.

 

I believe that once you've gotten a feel for how we go about things you'll be happy to trust us with your work.

 

You'll wind up with a set of carbs that will look and run like new, and a support/advice resource for any imaginable question you may have, now or in the future.