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Offline sharkey

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Re: Carburetor chipped
« on: February 24, 2017, 05:56:56 am »
Could be.  Probably more so vibration. 

Be careful with too much air.  Some Walbro carbs use a high speed 'nozzle' which inside has a tiny cap and check valve.  If they go flying chances of you finding them is pretty low.  What then becomes worse is Walbro wont sell a replacement nozzle...  HDA-268 comes to mind.   

 

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