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Norman T600 Carb

Post by Statman on Thu Mar 11 2010, 20:22

Hi Chaps!

I come to a conclusion that the carb is to blame for its poor running!

Fuel pours out everywhere not out of the bowl but the jet side and this is only when engine is off

I find it hard to explain but i think John knows there seems to be a loose joint around the jet area of carb when you attach the carb to the engine

Do you think a Zenith (Petter A1) carb fits?

Thanks
Adam

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Re: Norman T600 Carb

Post by Guest on Fri Oct 22 2010, 07:58

What type of carb is on now like adam?

the 24T2 is used on the smaller engines, but i dont know about a T600.

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Re: Norman T600 Carb

Post by mike d on Fri Oct 22 2010, 23:36

HI ADAM...

don't forget its the ENSTONE SORT OUT next month...

who knows what you may find up there....

good luck in your quest to find a carb.....

regards......mike.....

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Re: Norman T600 Carb

Post by Guest on Sat Oct 23 2010, 07:36

He sold the t600 quite awhile ago.

Cheers Steve

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Re: Norman T600 Carb

Post by Guest on Sat Oct 23 2010, 10:01

lol, i had a feeling that was the case

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