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Post  Iceberg Mon Jun 08, 2020 12:35 am

Sometimes backplates have the stem where the needle threads into a bit proud from the brass housing. Others are flush. The hole that allows the fuel to flow through would be higher or lower depending on the stem height.

Does this position really matter?

Just wondering getting a few backplates running a bit irregular and wondered if this might be it?

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Post  coxaddict Mon Jun 08, 2020 3:40 am

Babe Bee backplates? I don't think it makes a difference. Replacing the spring with a piece of silicone and a small flat washer helps eliminate air leaks. I have pulled numerous needle valve inserts from backplates and see little difference in length. When rebuilding my engines I use a small drill bit or pin to ensure the fuel nipple is not clogged. You can see the pin protruding into the insert with the needle removed. I also found a few engines bought on the 'bay with broken needle valve tips stuck in the backplate. Guaranteed not to run. Hope this helps.
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Post  davidll1984 Mon Jun 08, 2020 4:33 am

yes plastic backplates is somtime wrong fuel port inside ventury is wrong side point in wrong direction not center found couple of them my self is a way to fix it. not sur my self if mod to its position can help with fuel draw gain in perfomance for bee backplates not sur my self wat change to that part of engine can really improve mutch is job is to deliver right amount of fuel to jet in vetury jet size to ventury size must match if not harg engine run eratic flod to lean in second hope to get bether info for proper size spec jet to ventury size


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Post  Cox International Tue Jun 09, 2020 9:26 am

When purchasing a tank backplate from us it is inconceivable that the hole is at the wrong height or not pointing towards the fuel nipple as the spraybars are manufactured without a hole, pressed into the shaft of the backplate and then drilled through via the fuel nipple.
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Post  davidll1984 Tue Jun 09, 2020 8:56 pm

it hapen from engine used lot not new engine from cox sory not mention that cox is to me by far best litle engines in world of smal engine cheers sunny Flying
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