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190xt 2800 has 180 carb

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02-05-2019 15:33:42

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I had a leaky float needle on my 190xt. When I went to get a carb kit I found out the zenith carburetor is off a 180. Can I just replace the jets or do I need a whole new carb? I would assume I’m short on horse hp is the carb is for a small hp engine. It runs fine with it on that engine bu5 wasn’t sure if it actually might be being starved on fuel. This my first allis.

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02-06-2019 11:07:23

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 Re: 190xt 2800 has 180 carb in reply to Joshbraman, 02-05-2019 15:33:42  
It will run just fine, but probably only have 70 HP instead of 90 HP. It won't be quite as cold-blooded as with the larger XT carb. You cannot make it breathe air like the bigger Zenith/Bendix carb, so the HP will be less. If RPM's are a problem, that is a governor or governor linkage/spring adjustment, not a carb problem.

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02-05-2019 16:59:08

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 Re: 190xt 2800 has 180 carb in reply to Joshbraman, 02-05-2019 15:33:42  
Sorry I made some spelling errors. I meant to ask about the engine possible starving for fuel because of the small carb. The engine does run fine with this carb on it. It does seem like the rpm range is pretty small. Is this maybe related to this carb?

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