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According to Wacker, a new carburetor is now used on the company’s two-stroke-cycle rammers, allowing for easier, faster starting.

December 01, 2007

According to Wacker, a new carburetor is now used on the company’s two-stroke-cycle rammers, allowing for easier, faster starting. The carburetor features a purge bulb that allows air to be expelled and replaced with fuel. These rammers use Wacker’s own WM 80 engine, which is designed specifically for the application. Among the features of Wacker’s BS-2i Series rammers is an “advanced oil-injection system,” which provides a lean fuel-to-oil ratio of 120:1, and according to the company, eliminates smoke.

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