Elto Senior Speedster

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jimross
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Re: Elto Senior Speedster

Postby jimross » Fri May 11, 2018 9:13 am

Try "P" for primer. The later model Sr.Speedster carbs have a primer button under the right side to hold the poppet open when priming and/or starting the engine. Jim Ross

Dan in TN
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Re: Elto Senior Speedster

Postby Dan in TN » Fri May 11, 2018 4:28 pm

Keeping the thread going, here are a few others I have that I never can remember their models designations? Of course I know the '28 Quad! The apple of my collection at the moment.

The first little motor I got from Jim Ross in a trade. I was thinking it is a 401, maybe?

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The next motor I'm not sure of at all, but I show the serial number. Twin opposed. Sorry no front pic, but they are up against a wall.

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The last one is my Quad.

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Pics of the gearcase of the twin & Quad.

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Proud to have these nice motors.

Dan in TN


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PM T2
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Re: Elto Senior Speedster

Postby PM T2 » Fri May 11, 2018 6:47 pm

thanks for the pixels.

The small twin is likely a model 413. Jim Ross is a good guy to talk to about any Elto.

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