G_Reaper Posted July 12, 2015 Report Share Posted July 12, 2015 (edited) It still could be a carb problem such as a air leak on the inlet manifold leaning the fuel out under load or a combination of air leak and accelerator pump problem. If you remove the inlet plenum cover and look down the carb barrels every time you open the throttle to say 3 quarters open a healthy jet of fuel should be seen squirting into each barrel as you turn the throttle lever. Have you replaced the rubber carb mounting O rings at all? A good check to see if you have an air leak is to spray easy start around the suspected area and see if the revs pick up. (If you do this have a fire extinguisher handy in case of a stray spark). Good Luck Cheers Mike Edited July 12, 2015 by G_Reaper2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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