Fuel System Parts - Carburetor Kits

Carb Float Johnson/Evinrude 382363
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$9.99

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Carb Float Johnson/Evinrude 382363

676-9-36900

Carb Float
Replaces: Johnson / Evinrude 382363.
Floats manage the flow of fluid through a device, primarily in pumps. A carburetor is a pump that serves two purposes, to pump fuel and air into the intake manifold, where the mix is delivered to the combustion chambers.


Needle & Seat Assembly Mercruiser 1395-8116901
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Needle & Seat Assembly Mercruiser 1395-8116901

676-9-36850

Needle & Seat Assembly
Replaces: Mercruiser 1395-8116901
Fits: Mercruiser 2.5 & 3.0L Carbs
Mallory Marine Needle and Seat Assemblies are specifically designed for performance carburetors and provide maximum flow with an unrestricted opening at maximum float drop.


Needle Adj. Retainer Johnson/Evinrude 315232
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Needle Adj. Retainer Johnson/Evinrude 315232

676-9-36803

Needle Adj. Retainer
Replaces: Johnson / Evinrude 315232
The needle position corresponds to throttle setting, all the way into the tube for idle, and sliding most of the way out of the tube for wide-open throttle. Carburetor needles may be adjusted to lean out the main fuel circuit, or make it more rich. Raising the needle in the slider will make the air/fuel mixture more rich, and lowering the needle will lean it out.


Needle Valve Johnson/Evinrude 396521
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$5.99

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Needle Valve Johnson/Evinrude 396521

676-9-36801

Needle Valve
Replaces: Johnson / Evinrude 396521
Needle valves are usually used in flow metering applications, especially when a constant, calibrated, low flow rate must be maintained for some time, such as the idle fuel flow in a carburetor. Since flow rates are low and many turns of the valve stem are required to completely open or close, needle valves are not used for simple shutoff applications.


Needle Valve Johnson/Evinrude 396522
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Needle Valve Johnson/Evinrude 396522

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Needle Valve
Replaces: Johnson / Evinrude 396522.
Needle valves are usually used in flow metering applications, especially when a constant, calibrated, low flow rate must be maintained for some time, such as the idle fuel flow in a carburetor. Since flow rates are low and many turns of the valve stem are required to completely open or close, needle valves are not used for simple shutoff applications.


Needle Valve Mercury 1395-8318-1
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Needle Valve Mercury 1395-8318-1

676-9-36802

Needle Valve
Replaces: Mercury 1395-8318-1.
Needle valves are usually used in flow metering applications, especially when a constant, calibrated, low flow rate must be maintained for some time, such as the idle fuel flow in a carburetor. Since flow rates are low and many turns of the valve stem are required to completely open or close, needle valves are not used for simple shutoff applications.


Siphon Tube Johnson/Evinrude 336567
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Siphon Tube Johnson/Evinrude 336567

676-9-36825

Siphon Tube
Replaces: Johnson / Evinrude 336567
Fits: Johnson / Evinrude 6-20hp.
Siphons operate by atmospheric pressure. The container from which the liquid is siphoned must therefore be open to the air. When the tube is filled, the liquid will run out of the lower end. (The greater weight of the liquid in the arm outside the container determines the direction of flow of the liquid.) As the liquid starts to flow, the fluid pressure at the top of the tube is lowered. A liquid always flows from an area under higher pressure to an area of lower pressure. The liquid in the container (under atmospheric pressure) flows up into the tube (an area of lowered pressure). This liquid in turn will flow out the outside end of the tube, again lowering the pressure at the top of the tube