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Old 04-14-2011, 07:16 AM
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Default How a Pulsa-Jet carburetor works

found this thought it might help someone one day
pulsa-jet carb frame by frame
http://www.compgoparts.com/technical...arburetors.asp


another showing pics and descriptions
http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/repairs/..._horiz_adj.asp


heres one with non-adjustable jet and small well (only one pickup tube)
http://outdoorpowerinfo.com/repairs/...oriz_fixed.asp
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This is a good find.

It shows how the fuel actually goes through the system and helps if you need cleaning it.

I would say sticky it in the engine section.

For anyone with carb troubles, it would help them.
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This is a good find.

It shows how the fuel actually goes through the system and helps if you need cleaning it.

I would say sticky it in the engine section.

For anyone with carb troubles, it would help them.
Thanks Gator. I have added the links to the 'Helpful Links' sticky in this section
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