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Old 02-13-2010, 01:08 PM   #1
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Any one knows the difference between this carbs?

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24063
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Any one knows the difference between this carbs?

24040
24060
24063
your input is apreciated, thank you
24040 is an insertable, std. idle screw location. Blunt idle needle (classic Nova). Normally comes on the P5XL/XLT and all lower-line engines now. Idle speed screw is 'down' close to the flywheel when mounted on a buggy.

24060 is the exact same carb as 24040; but with the "reverse" idle screw location (puts the screw closer to the crankcase instead of down by the flywheel)...better for offroad/buggy applications since the idle speed screw isn't getting dirt flung onto it by the flywheel.

24063 is standard on the 367, +4series, ToroNero and new Nova/Losi Nitrotec. Is a 'reverse' location idle speed screw and newer "Long" style low speed needle that is tapered. Gets a little better fuel mileage. Discharge bore size is 9mm; but "straight" instead of conical and slightly larger 24040/60 carbs (so makes a little better torque). Slightly harder to tune for some people due to tapered LSN but IMO is a slightly better carb overall.

All carbs accept the same plastic Nova inserts.

All 3-bodies are meant for engine blocks that have the lower carb O-ring down in the block. Earlier Nova engines had the lower o-ring on the carb body in a groove (Long time ago).

You can interchange these 3-carbs within the Nova engine line without issue.
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Thank you, really appreciated that info, and yes I find the 367 carb harder to tune than the others to the point of using a C6 L2G carb on the 367.
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