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Old 11-15-2018, 05:05 AM
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Default Walbro carburettor sizes.

In several of the engine conversion threads, Walbro carburettors are identified by the size of the venturi.
One size that I am interested in is 12.7 mm.
Can someone tell me what model Walbro carbs are this size please?
Old 11-16-2018, 04:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Jim.Thompson View Post
In several of the engine conversion threads, Walbro carburettors are identified by the size of the venturi.
One size that I am interested in is 12.7 mm.
Can someone tell me what model Walbro carbs are this size please?
Here you go Jim.Just click on each letter group and then to each carb.
Select the Series [Frontstep Customer Center 5 Frontstep, Inc.]
By looking at Gizmomotors site the WT 257,WT 1048 and the WT 771 must be the best carbs for an engine. https://www.gizmomotors.com/index.php/online-store

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Jim, I take the easy/lazy way. I simply order a replacement carb for a like displacement engine from an R/C engine vendor. Example, a couple of months ago I bought an airplane with a 3W 70 twin. Even after rebuilding the original Tillotson carb I still could not get it to work correctly. I ordered up a DA 70 twin Walbro replacement directly from DA. Works like a charm and since I ordered it from DA I know I got a genuine Walbro carb and not a knock off.
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Jim, I take the easy/lazy way. I simply order a replacement carb for a like displacement engine from an R/C engine vendor. Example, a couple of months ago I bought an airplane with a 3W 70 twin. Even after rebuilding the original Tillotson carb I still could not get it to work correctly. I ordered up a DA 70 twin Walbro replacement directly from DA. Works like a charm and since I ordered it from DA I know I got a genuine Walbro carb and not a knock off.
What was the Walbro number on that DA 70 twin carb ?
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Originally Posted by Tidnab View Post
Here you go Jim.Just click on each letter group and then to each carb.
Select the Series [Frontstep Customer Center 5 Frontstep, Inc.]
By looking at Gizmomotors site the WT 257,WT 1048 and the WT 771 must be the best carbs for an engine. https://www.gizmomotors.com/index.php/online-store
Thanks for that Tidnab!

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Jim, I take the easy/lazy way. I simply order a replacement carb for a like displacement engine from an R/C engine vendor.........................


Yes. I found a similar correlation which confirmed my choice of model carb for the OPS engine I have.
Thanks for the reply.

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