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Old 04-06-2016, 01:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just ordered an aftermarket carburetor for my 1991 Carry F6A engine. Noticed that it does not have the water ports. What issues will I face in using the new carb. Can I reroute the water from the intake manifold to the radiator return line? How will I know where to connect the remaining vacuum lines? Thanks
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I assume these water pipes were for an automatic choke, is the new one manual.
I would think it would be fine to bypass what was the carb by whatever method is easiest.
I can't help with the vacuum lines I'm afraid. They are a nightmare on these engines.
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In our country, F6A's are used as passenger and utility vehicle. Owners bypass these coolant hoses as they want to squeeze every bit of horsepower from this small engine. Carburetor likes cold air so much as possible we take out those non applicable components that heat up the intake. Hope that helped you in some ways.
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greetings! Take pictures of current configuration before starting change of carb. Also see Carry / carb vacuum lines pics
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Yes these lines are for automatic choke. From the photos, the new one does not have the water ports. Not sure if it is manual choke. The carburetor will not arrive for 3 weeks.
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