greentech ecobooster installation DEMO video

Our very own Certified Ecobooster Mark Anthony Mundo of Isabela Philippines installS a Greentech Ecobooster on an RSK 150. 
All credit on this video goes to Mark Anthony Mundo.  Kudos Mark!

INSTALLING  the  ecobooster

Installing the ecobooster is straightforward. 

However, as in any carburetor, it is important to tune it properly to get optimal use.  

If you had experience working with mechanics, you would know that not all mechanics are created equal and tuning a motorcycle requires experience.

It is for this reason that we recommend working with our accredited ecoboosters who we have tested to be good at what they do.  

CERTIFIED ECOBOOSTERS will not only install the ecobooster, they will give you 7 days to try their setting and afterwards retune if necessary according to your usage requirements.  

Afterwards, they will put in place security seals and activate Greentech Ecobooster's 10 year warranty.

greentech ecobooster installation & CARE guide


  • Screwdrivers (Flat & Phillips)
  • Open, closed and/or adjustable wrenches
  • Allen wrench (1 set)
  • Wooden or plastic stick for EB positioning
  • Set of Pliers (optional)

how to care for your ecobooster

If you use standard practices that your motorcycle manufacturer recommends, the Greentech Ecobooster should not need any further tuning or maintenance and will last your carburetor's lifetime.
  • Always use air filter as your motorcycle recommends
  • Use  the proper recommended fuel for your engine

step by step installation guide

First drain gasoline from the carburetor then unscrew the reservoir.

2.  unscrew piston cover

Unscrew the vacuum piston cover. 

3. remove piston /jet assembly

Remove the spring and piston/jet needle assembly,

4. unscrew main jet holder

Unscrew the emulsion tube/main jet holder


This is what the Main Jet Holder looks like


Remove the factory installed nozzle using hard wood.

7.  factory nozzle


Insert Greentech Ecobooster and properly position by using hard wood

9. align properly

The center line marker should face dead center of the engine intake manifold when tightened.  This is most important.