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Where's the mixer?


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Old 04-17-2005, 06:53:08 PM
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Does anyone see the mixer in the photo??-it is a 6 hp Ingeco--if there is a mixer shown--how the heck does it work??
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Where's The Photo?
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Well the CRS got me again--I don;t know where it went--here it is again-
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It looks like the rod just above and behind the TriPolar magnito might connect to some sort of control on the mixer. The fuel line might be missing altogether. Does this engine Run?

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Here is a close up of a small ingeco from a previous post.

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Heres the one on my 3hp Ingeco.. I have it running on Propane and thats the reason for the Hose hooked to it.. They are throttler engine so theres a throttle plate hooked to the linkage from the gov... Now if I could just find a mag set up for my Engine

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Well that tells me what i am missing--
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