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    Stock FA differences

    Are there any differences in 1200 flame arrestors between the carbureted motors and injected motors, other than the air temp sensor? Reason I ask is that I have a spare flame arrestor I want to use on a carbureted motor, the the FA I have is from an injected motor. Im guessing the only difference is that hole for the air temp sensor. There is still a sensor in the hole, so I may just leave it there to block off the hole.


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    Ok I found the answer. I was digging through my pile of parts in the garage attic and remembered I had a whole FA setup from a 900 in there. I dug it out and compared it to the FI flame arrestor. The bases were identical except for the air temp sensor. So thats what I will be using.

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