Alright guys, I have been approved to buy a replacement carb for this bike. I have been looking at a couple online and don't see why I couldn't just get ANY 19mm 2 Stroke Carb(That mixes oil) and crimp the old adapter on the electric choke, so it will fit the one on the bike.
The only problem I can see is,,, you need to make sure the carb isn't too deep bowl wise so it will clear the engine,,, I just did a similar swap on my et4 with first a mikuni vm round slide ,, then went mikuni flatslide tm ,,,Because I wanted an accelerator pump carb,,, all I had to do was change the needle position to the top groove and adjust the idle,,,,BAM!!! Instant progressive even power,,, I've been blasting it around today,, just got back to the pad,,, looks like I may have picked up a couple mpg's too,, I think you have a winner there BUT you may have to juggle jets around but you may get lucky that it's setup well
So it has a mikuni style end? Really tiny? I used the original et cable,,, I just ground it down on a fine wheel to fit the slide ,,, works like a charm,, I didn't even have to take it off the bike it was long enough to get a small folding table next to the scoot and put a few ice cubes in the water tray so I could cool it quick,, I used needle nose vicegrips to hold and control the end,, it worked perfectly ,,,for you at $22 bux you really can't go wrong
I did some research on the et2 that you're working on,, the carb you have in the link is very close to the pinasco and malosi replacement carbs offered by a few companies for sale ,,,i do believe you are makeing the wise choice on this,,,,and at a very nice price too,,,the other carbs are selling for well over $100
I'm sure it will be cured,,, you still may want to check the vacuum petcock tho,,, they are a real issue on these bikes,, had to change mine on the et4 And as I found out with some research all the et's had issues with it sticking open or not opening at all