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In Reply to: Carburetor Rebuild posted by Michael Lacey on Friday, April 04, 2014:
okay, I have everything installed for the carb rebuild and i am assuming the compression, ingition and timing are 100% (I just had the engine completely rebuilt, by a credible NSeries specialist - but with the old carburetor).
I didn't think the ratio would be this difficult to set and perfect. No matter what i do to the main power and idle it seems to get push back out of hte air intake assembly (ONLY when i increase throttle near full load). I only experienced a few back fires. Again, mostly what sounded like air pushing back out of the carb and out of the air cleaner. i noticed some oil dripping from the intake vent on the outside of the tin.
What causes this? Too rich, too lean?
Any suggestions on setting the carb is appreciated. i have the manual and book, but there are only a few directions, initial settings, etc.
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