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In October 2017, the new television series “It’s How You Get There,” featured Walbro in its fifth episode titled “Road Trip.” The series, which first aired on the History Channel, is now available for streaming On Demand through Amazon Prime Video.

The show features two travelers, Greg White and Julian Taylor, covering over 500 miles in different kinds of vehicles on land, on the water, and in the air. Greg and Julian explore the best locations in the world, but the beautiful surroundings and vistas are only half of the story. The real stars of the show are the interesting vehicles the pair gets to try out.

Enthusiastic viewers of the show know that sometimes the journey is just as important as the destination—especially when you get to ride in a unique vehicle powered by Walbro!

It’s not where you go, “It’s How You Get There.”

In episode five, Julian and Greg take a cross country RV trip to Chuckwala Raceway near Palm Springs, California where they race go-carts featuring a Walbro PZ-22 float carburetor in a Briggs & Stratton 206 racing engine. Before hopping in the cart, the guys discuss Walbro, explaining that the company has no equal when it comes to powering small engines. After an intense race, the two have some fun with a riding lawn mower and a tricked out golf cart powered by Walbro’s new EEM Fuel Injection System.

There’s a reason Walbro is so widely respected by people who appreciate a quality engine. Since 1950, the company has powered over 435 million vehicles and products with its carburetors, engine components and fuel systems. All that experience has paid off: those that know Walbro are loyal to the brand and its superior products.

Walbro enables the machines that make life better—and strives to be the premier industry leader in the global small engine market.

Be sure to check out “It’s How You Get There” on Amazon Prime today!

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