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Walbro WB32 carb mod on solo 210


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I have read write-ups for 2 ways of cleaning up the mid-range of this carb/engine combination.

1) Cut or file the throttle valve (Scott Traver's mod).

or

2) Plug a mid-range port(hole)

Just wondering which of the 2 options is the better route to go... and why one way may be better than the other.

Thanks again!

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I havent tried any of those . I have a very smooth mid range on my adventure a3 with the 210 engine which i put down to it having a walbro 37 instead of the 32 fitted. Might be something to try before chopping /stuffing bits off/in the standard carb.

Cheers Col.....

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I used the cut-away in the butterfly mod on my WB32. Certainly seemed to be ok in the midrange, with no discernible peakiness.

I have now replaced the WB32 with a WB37 and have done the same mod on that, and all seems well currently. Carb butterflies are very cheap, so you can afford to try it then go back to standard if you find it doesn't work for you.

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