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Old 22-03-18, 10:45 PM   #11
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The engine appears to use various lister parts , carburettor spark plug valve cap
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Old 18-12-18, 04:11 PM   #13
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Thanks Roger for posting the pictures. We have finally got round to having a more detailed look at our engine and notice using your pictures we seem to have some bits missing and are confused on how the fuel system works. Can you help explain how it is meant to work and what we have missing. Also our starting handle is missing, could you supply a photo of your friends one so we can try and make one.

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Old 18-12-18, 04:49 PM   #14
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I think the fuel system would rely on the "chicken hopper" principle; in other words, the tank would require an airtight lid so that the vacuum would hold the fuel until the level in the carb drops and air returns up the tube.

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I think the fuel system would rely on the "chicken hopper" principle; in other words, the tank would require an airtight lid so that the vacuum would hold the fuel until the level in the carb drops and air returns up the tube.

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Thanks, makes sense
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Old 23-12-18, 01:31 PM   #16
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hello ian
sorry for late reply cannot get on this site easily very random connection email me on
rogeruk2@yahoo.co.uk regarding your blackstone engine
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