Burning Oil - Where should I start looking?

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miles
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Re: Burning Oil - Where should I start looking?

Post by miles » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:47 pm

Thank you the update. Useful information.

I may have to do the same.
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Re: Burning Oil - Where should I start looking?

Post by BJ1 » Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:58 pm

Good man Chew! It's so useful when people bother to tell others what the result has been after all that work. You may have to rejet the carb a little for the bigger B & Ps. I use 30 PICT - 2 carbs on 1600 sp engines with a 120 main and 55 pilot. Brosol H30/31 is a good replacement despite all the bowlocks you may read on the web - that's because people confuse these good Brosol carbs with the appalling Bocar carbs!
1967 Devon from Devon still in Devon
1967 Sundial from Idaho
1971 Westfalia from LA
1971 patina Delux from Montana
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