Item # 33836 BRAND: Quick Fuel

650 CFM BRAWLER DIECAST CARBURETOR MECHANICAL SECONDARY BR-67255

650 CFM BRAWLER DIECAST CARBURETOR MECHANICAL SECONDARY
650 CFM BRAWLER DIECAST CARBURETOR MECHANICAL SECONDARY
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650 CFM BRAWLER DIECAST CARBURETOR MECHANICAL SECONDARY

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650 CFM BRAWLER DIECAST CARBURETOR MECHANICAL SECONDARY BR-67255

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Description

Brawler diecast carburetors are machined and assembled by craftsman right here in the USA. These carburetors work hard just as their name implies- just raw bare knuckled performance that you can rely on. Don't let the budget-friendly price fool you, the Brawler development focused on the performance you want and not the pretty box that it comes in. Brawlers come with the latest technology in air/fuel calibrations for today's street engine demands. The Brawler family of diecast carburetors are all made from light-weight diecast aluminum components and are available in both vacuum and mechanical secondary models. They offer all the tunability and options that you would find from more expensive carburetors in the market, including a beautiful appearance, electric choke, and four-corner idle adjustment on all mechanical secondary models.

Features:

  • Popular 650 cfm carb with mechanical secondaries
  • Tunes easily
  • Dual inlet fuel bowls with sight glass windows for safe and easy float adjustments
  • Electric choke for easy starting in colder climates

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Questions & Answers

Do I need to prime Bowles. I'm having a hard time filling the primary bowl

Asked by: SlickRick 1959
Have you checked the fuel pump? Insure it is pumping fuel. The bowls should fill if the pump is working unless the line is clogged. You may try filling the bowls although if the pump is operational the bowls should fill. You may try priming but if the fuel pump is not pumping it would not matter.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2023-03-10
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650 CFM BRAWLER DIECAST CARBURETOR MECHANICAL SECONDARY BR-67255
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