Good morning all,
I recently acquired a rescue B20E, throttle arm was broken, carb was glued up with 2 stroke oil etc.
I managed to get it running, before I tried the starter (superstitious) gave myself recoil starter elbow. I've recently arrived with a mower that runs relatively well allthough tends to stall on thick grass, get clogged in the blade.
I'm a special purpose machine builder, and I've concocted a blade sharpener with a grinder mounted on a bearing slide.
I realise that my rotor is probably on the small side since the correct size drive belt has a few more teeth than the standard...
Could this loss in rotary inertia be one cause of my stalls? I have another donor B20 but the rotor is also small on this and I was wondering if could acquire a new 20" rotor and machine/ weld the appropriate shafts from the donor...
Don't fancy £300 bill for a commodore rotor off the shelf..