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06-04-2004 05:37 AM  14 years agoPost 21
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Mosquito Coast......Houston Texas

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hpais
the passageways in the 677 body are not easily modified to provide the metering and flow needed. Sorry, Bud......no luck there. There IS an alternative to this, though......all the ancillary parts are the same between the two carbs, best we can tell. IF you found a 643 BODY, you could transfer the needles, plates, gaskets, etc. from the 677 onto it. Might be a "poor mans' fix" if the complete 643 carb assembly remains hard to get.

Carlos: Sent you the information needed. Please provide feedback to me on how that works for you in your application.

James

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06-04-2004 05:44 AM  14 years agoPost 22
CARLOS LUIS

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ok
JAMES, i'm going to do all modifications that you said me, but before I need to wait for my carburator from DAVEMOTORS.

I think, I'll take two week to do everything on my gasser.

Carlos Arrieta .......The Scale Helicopters are the Best

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