Combination of a carburetor gasket...
Combination of a carburetor gasket that fits between the carburetor and reedvalve gasket that is positioned between the valve box and the crankcase.
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Placed between the valve box and carburetor, the square gasket should must ensure the tightness and continuity circuit of air-oil-fuel needed by the engine Top80.
It must withstand high thermal and chemical constraints so it is an important part of an engine.
This gaskey must allow the passage of dowel pins between the carburetor and valve box but should not obstruct the small open set for idle control.
Placed between the valve box and the cylinder, it should as the square gasket ensure the tightness and circuit continuity circuit of air-oil-fuel needed by the engine Top80.
It must also withstand high thermal and chemical stresses. It is therefore a significant part of an engine.
This gasket must allow the passage of the assembly between the cylinder stud and the valve box.
Attached to the admission of two-stroke engines, the valves are flexible strips opening on the gas intake from the carburetor. They then return to their place, to prevent the return of fresh gas. And more torque and power at low and medium engine speeds is obtained if the seal valve and carburetor gasket are tight.