It’s not every day you get invited to tape a TV show segment, which is why we are so excited to tell you about Walbro’s upcoming appearance on an episode of The History Channel’s new series, “It’s How You Get There.” The show features two travelers, Greg White and Julian Taylor, redefining what it means to hit the road as they cover over 500 miles in different kinds of vehicles on land, on the water, and in the air. “It’s How You Get There” (IHYGT) just had its series premier on September 10, 2017. Walbro has the honor of appearing on its fifth episode.
This exciting series covers the best locations the globe has to offer, from the mode of transportation taken to get to each place, to unique experiences and incredible vistas along the way. Fans of this show know that sometimes the journey is just as important as the destination—and it’s not where you go, “It’s How You Get There.”
Walbro serves the outdoor power equipment and power sports markets with select, high quality engine management and fuel system parts. For the upcoming IHYGT segment, Julian and Greg head to the Chuckwalla Valley Raceway outside Palm Springs, CA and race go-karts featuring Briggs & Stratton 206 racing engines and Walbro PZ-22 float carburetors. Before the race, the duo explains that Walbro is the de facto standard of small engine carburetors, producing almost a half a billion carburetors to date.
As a global market leader in engine management and fuel systems, Walbro manufactures carburetors, electronic fuel injection systems, ignition systems, fuel tanks, fuel pumps, valves and fuel storage and distribution systems, and offers value-added machining, electronics and assembly capabilities. Walbro is a global organization, headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, with over 2300 employees worldwide.
Thinking small engines? Think Walbro. And be sure to set your DVRs to catch us on IHYGT on Sunday, October 15th at 7:00AM ET.