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706 carburator to a 806

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706gas

10-25-2015 17:37:47




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How feasable is it to rebuild my carburator into a 806? I'm guessing its more than installing a bigger main jet.If so, does any one have a list of parts I need and the part numbers. I'm looking for a few more ponies.Or am I wasting my time and $$$. Thanks.....




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The tractor vet

10-25-2015 22:40:58




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 Re: 706 carburator to a 806 in reply to 706gas, 10-25-2015 17:37:47  
A bi9gger carb is not going to give you vary much and it will give you what you do not want . You will find that you will use more gas , foul plugs faster . Ya want more pony's ya need more cubes . So if you have a 263 then ya make it a 291 along with some other changes . and that i am not getting into now.



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