Scott, something Important to remember when you soup up these C's, is to eliminate the sediment bowl, install a cutoff (one for compressed air lines work good) and a 5/8 fuel line with a Fram filter. When the tractor is stock, the original fuel line is ok, But when you start making HP and high load demands on the engine, it will starve for fuel.
Re: Super C horsepower in reply to tempola, 03-08-2013 17:02:28
Thanks for all the great advice. I did eliminate my bowl last year and put a bigger fuel line in. Although it does throat down as it goes into the carb. I ran Champion 21's in it last year I hear a lot of people say you should run Autolite. Does it matter?
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