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**sticky** Walbro service and tuning manual

Discussion in 'Beginners' Lounge' started by njswede, Nov 9, 2014.

   
  1. njswede

    njswede 150cc

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    While looking for something completely different, I stumbled across this service and tuning manual from Walbro. It's an awesome source of information including the theory of operation, cleaning and overhaul, troubleshooting and tuning of Walbro carbs. Since DLE carbs are virtually identical to Walbro, this seems very applicable to DLE as well. You guys probably know all this already, but I found it extremely useful!

    http://www.walbro.com/media/21936/SERVICEMANUAL.pdf
     
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  2. One can not have too much info on carbs.
     
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  3. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    +1!
    Thanks for posting that!
     
  4. Nice find, thanks
     
  5. Twister

    Twister 70cc twin V2

    Great info ,Thanks
     
  6. helicanic

    helicanic 50cc

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    Thanks for the info!
     
  7. ericb

    ericb Team WTFO GSN Contributor

    Awsome info. Thanks.
     
  8. Wow, a couple good tricks in there also! Thanks for sharing!
     
  9. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    i had a chance to read it today, it's nice to know if you've got the light brown diaphragm pump membrane you're good to use gasoline with ethanol.
    lots of other good stuff about how the engines/carbs work. in the end though, if you're having carb problems it'll probably be cheaper to throw a new one on than to spend a lot of time trying to service the many things that could be going wrong.
    i say that but i'll have a hard time not taking one apart when i think it's causing problems. gotta see what's in there now that we have a little guidance to help things along.
     
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  10. Daytonarc

    Daytonarc 70cc twin V2

    @Bartman;, I believe this deserves "sticky status"
     
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