You definitely would want to change that out for a marine carburetor. Automotive carbs are not safe to use in a marine engine. The difference between them is if an automotive carbs floods, it will flood all over the top of the carb, and then onto the intake manifolds, where it can pour all over the engine. On a marine carb, if that floods, it will flood down the carb, into the inside of the engine, where the gas can be safely burnt off. On top of that, automotive jetting is completely different than marine jetting. Marine engines need to run rich, automobiles do not. I did not realize your carb was automotive until you said so. So before buying tabs, get a marine carb and see if that makes a difference with your power or not. It should a little bit, but by how much you won't know until you change it. On the tabs, what you want to do there is call Nautilus and talk to one of their reps, they can guide you to the correct size. Their phone number is ***** the web page.
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