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11 hp carb setting

Old snowblower late 70 early 80

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  • Les Page Feb 28, 2015

    Hi Dennis Pringle, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box? The settings vary. What engine. Techumseh was used a lot back then

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Hello Dennis,
That is not too much information to go on, but i'll take a shot. I am gonna guess that this is likely a Tecumseh engine, but even if not, usually the main jet (when adjustable) is about 1.5 turns out from the factory. I would start in that range, and if you can get it to start, you can tweak it by running the engine at full throttle and adjusting it out further till the RPM's go down. Twist it back in some till they peak again and it should be good. Hope that helps.

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SOURCE: How to set up a carb with 31840 rebuild kit

what exactly do you want to know? Carb. mixture settings are as follows: L-head engines

Tecumseh carbs.........mainscrew 1 3/4 turns idle screw 1 1/4 turns
Walboro carbs........... mainscrew 1 1/2 turns idle screw 1 1/4 turns

L-head and OHV heavy duty engines 1 turns for both

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