Wow, ask and ye shall receive! That’s a sweet video! So if I’m committed to not running gasoline, that’s a nice way to use the existing carb as the inlet tee for the chargas and air. Downside is that you have to get the number/size of holes correct so that the throttle will still work and the idle and all that works correctly.
If I tee the air and chargas before the air inlet to the carb, the carb and throttle “should” work right out of the gate. And I could run gasoline if I make a mess of the whole thing. I think…?
If I’m understanding that correctly, I think it seems like the safe thing is to tee it before the carb and get the tractor running. Then when I have more confidence, start modifying the carb (or get a spare to mess with).
Thanks again for the video, that was awesome!