Their structure is really different, but why? I've also heard that chainsaw carbs use crankcase pulses or something to pull fuel into the carburettor. I am not sure. could someone explain their differences? By regular carburettor i mean the one which you usually find on motorbikes


They are different because chainsaw engines and carbs are used at much more extreme angles than car engines.

Unless you want to do vertical in your car.

There is plenty of info about both types of carbs available so I won’t add that info here.

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