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Post  rsv1cox Thu Oct 27, 2016 8:32 am

I briefly discussed this engine in another thread.  A rather "rare" engine found on ebay for $10.41.  The 19X was only produced for one year before it morphed into the .21X and .25X.  It arrived dirty and missing part of one fin on the cylinder case, a call to Bobby Brooks gathered all the parts necessary to restore this old devil.  I was amazed that the new cylinder was only $13.99, I have seen similar ones sell for much more.

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The carburetors on these are hard to pin down.  I refer to this one as a "G8" but I don't know for sure.  There are the early "barrel" types with no air bleed or idle stop, the standards used on the .09's thru .60's then the larger G8's and 10's but I see no positive ID's even in Bob Allen's compendium.  Is there any reference out there identifying these carburetors?

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Post  OVERLORD Thu Oct 27, 2016 9:48 am

Hi Bob,

Congratulations with the purchase. For identification, you measure the choke opening of the carb. According to the articles on Sceptreflight concerning the 21X, The standard carb is a G5.5 (5.5 mm choke diameter). However, when the engine was used in a race car, the carb is bigger. My 19X was such an engine and I have a G7 carb.

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