I have X,Y or Z Carburettor. Can I buy a kit that works with it?

I have X,Y or Z Carburettor. Can I buy a kit that works with it?

All of our kits are designed around a specific carburettor and blower combination. If your carburettor is the same as that used by our kits, then yes you can use it. We offer variants of all of our kits that do not have carburettors included specifically so that you can use your own.

If you have a carburettor that we do not currently use in one of our existing kits, then we are happy to undertake custom work to make a kit for you.

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