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2018/10/02 20:59:10 (permalink)
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Briggs 26 hp jets

Has anyone rebuilt a nikki two barrel carb for a 26 hp briggs v-twin intek . If so did you happen to notice what size the jets were? If someone knows the sizes of the jets would you share it with. When I looked them up in parts it only gave a briggs number for them .

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    Re: Briggs 26 hp jets 2018/10/03 02:42:06 (permalink)
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    This something I trying to build a cross reference of PN to jet for the last several years. The problem is two fold.
    1. One is Briggs may change the jet by a few hundredths of millimeter sometimes.
    2. Second is that I can't get my fellow techs on forums to get off their lazy backsides and send me the PN numbers with marked jet sizes to me that they have in stock or are just using.
    Now I got currently is just the ones that I have used. Most of the jet are marked with their size in hundredths of a millimeter. Example: 112 jet is 1.12 millimeter. To see this number take a good loupe.
     
    If you post the part numbers you have I will see if I have use those but I only have 7 of them crossed. Also if you just got bad o-rings I can send you their part number via PM although it will not be a Briggs PN. If you're trying to re-jet to a slightly richer or leaner I get it as it takes sometimes to get an engine to run right especially on those non-adjustable carburetors and oversized cylinders.
    post edited by AVB - 2018/10/03 02:49:37
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    Re: Briggs 26 hp jets 2018/10/03 05:55:13 (permalink)
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    I need to go richer, the jets I'm currently running 791501=113 and 791502=115 or might be a 116 hard to read. I got this info from another forum and he said it was a 116. The jets in question are Briggs 699732 and 699733.
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    Re: Briggs 26 hp jets 2018/10/03 08:42:32 (permalink)
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    The 791501 is 113 and 791502 is 116 as I have those two jets in stock. The next size larger is 792296 (118).
     
    The 699732 is 111 and I have the 699733 listed but I haven't brought it that one since I started my list but it is only a size or two larger or smaller so both would be leaner than the currently set you're running. Also this pair is used as a high altitude set so they naturally be leaner.
     
    You might need a set of micro drill bits re-size as needed.
    post edited by AVB - 2018/10/03 08:44:24
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