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gp460 with a hda 48 carb

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  • gp460 with a hda 48 carb

    I just did some reed porting on my cylinder to install a ts reed. My question is my hda223 had a pulse line, a fuel feed line and a return, now the hda 48 only has a fuel feed line no pulse and no return. The return is no problem I can block it off but what do I use for a pulse? Do I take the pulse cap off the hda223 and put it on the had 48?

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    I think basement cat might have addressed this issue if Gpn ever comes back

    http://www.gopednation.com/forum//sh...d.php?t=314846

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    • #3
      Yes the cap fits on it then seal the pulse hole in the "carb" of the 48 with some sealer at the gasket or use a whole gasket where it covers the hole to seal it ..works fine

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      • #4
        Originally posted by OverTheTop View Post
        Yes the cap fits on it then seal the pulse hole in the "carb" of the 48 with some sealer at the gasket or use a whole gasket where it covers the hole to seal it ..works fine
        ok I will try that. Thanks

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        • #5
          Have you drilled out/tap the throttle shaft for the swivel part that the cable goes in to. Might be easier for you to use your 223 throttle shaft.. And adjust the metering lever height in the carb. Mine was too low and my ped ran with horrible throttle response until I adjusted it correctly

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Z46C View Post
            Have you drilled out/tap the throttle shaft for the swivel part that the cable goes in to. Might be easier for you to use your 223 throttle shaft.. And adjust the metering lever height in the carb. Mine was too low and my ped ran with horrible throttle response until I adjusted it correctly
            You don't need to do that any more champ....you can buy linkages which slip over the shaft...eezzyy peezzyy.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by OverTheTop View Post
              Yes the cap fits on it then seal the pulse hole in the "carb" of the 48 with some sealer at the gasket or use a whole gasket where it covers the hole to seal it ..works fine
              +1. Do that and you'll be fine OP.
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              • #8
                Where do I buy the slip linkages?

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                • #9
                  Does anyone know the carb settings for a hda48 carb on a cylinder reed 460? Thanx.

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