Huasheng 142f Carburetor Question

Discussion in '4-Stroke Engines' started by msiert, Feb 15, 2015.

  1. msiert

    msiert Member

    Looking at the intake side of the carburetor there are what looks to be 2 air vents?

    Does anyone know if they are air vents and what they are venting?
     

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  2. msiert

    msiert Member

    Maybe I found the answer? This is not the same carburetor but the air vents look to be in the intake side of the carburetor.

    This is what their description was:
    With the choke plate removed, the choke stop (#13, blue), main nozzle (#13, pink), main air bleed (#13, red), and idle air bleed (#13, green) can be seen.
     

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  3. msiert

    msiert Member

    Or maybe this might explain what they are....Again not the same carburetor.

    #4. Fuel bowl vents
    Two large holes in the top of the upper body (#4, blue) vent the fuel bowl and must not be blocked by the air cleaner or its gasket. The main air bleed (#4, red) supplies air to the inside of the emulsion tube. The air then mixes with the fuel passing by the outside of the emulsion tube.
     

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