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Kmorris

First my new WR450 now my Weed Wacker

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After 20 years of service I headed on down to my local sears and brought home a 40cc 4 stroke thumper WWacker. After reading the 4"x3" sticker proving my WW meets or exceeds CARB standards I got suspicions.

:applause:

A half hour of free mods and you can too have a WW that cuts weeds. Might wake up the neighbors though.

:D

Now to find the right jets.

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After 20 years of service I headed on down to my local sears and brought home a 40cc 4 stroke thumper WWacker. After reading the 4"x3" sticker proving my WW meets or exceeds CARB standards I got suspicions.

:applause:

A half hour of free mods and you can too have a WW that cuts weeds. Might wake up the neighbors though.

:prof:

Now to find the right jets.

You know, you might be on the wrong forum for this, but if not, what the hell, put a lighting kit and seat on it. :D:prof:

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You gotta learn how to use the broad torque curve instead of screamin the crap out of it. :applause:

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Thumper weed whackers...I bet that thing weighs a ton!!! Damn greenies can't leave anything alone can they.

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