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    Saito FT60T help

    Can someone identify where to run fuel lines on this carb? Never had one with a nipple on the carb throat above the spray bar. Thanks
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    RE: Saito FT60T help

    The nipple on the carb throat is just a primer line. You can ignore it.
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    RE: Saito FT60T help

    Wye beat me to it ..

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    RE: Saito FT60T help

    My 60T and I have run others, is a nice running engine. I've never had any problem wiuth it dropping a cylinder or being hard to start.
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    RE: Saito FT60T help


    ORIGINAL: w8ye

    My 60T and I have run others, is a nice running engine. I've never had any problem wiuth it dropping a cylinder or being hard to start.
    That's great to hear. I paid about $340 and it looks to be in great condition. I made a wiring harness for it. Those tiny hitch clips for rc car hoods work great to clip onto the plugs. Glad to hear they run well. I have RCM plans for a Baby Ace design and this engine would be perfect. What fuel do you recommend?

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    RE: Saito FT60T help


    ORIGINAL: w8ye

    The nipple on the carb throat is just a primer line. You can ignore it.

    Thanks a lot!


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