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In Reply to: Ford 8 n motor issues posted by Phil on Sunday, February 02, 2014:
When you drain a carb, the flow will always look good until the bowl is empty. I like to open the gas valve 2 turns, remove plug, catch fuel in a pint jar and see how long it takes to fill.
One of my 8ns has the side mount and the other has a magneto so I know little about the front mounts. On a side mount i would check the advance with a timing light but yours does not have the marks on the flywheel.
I have to ask, but you do have the plug wires in the right order? 1 2 4 3.
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