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In Reply to: 8N CARB ISSUE posted by dan on Friday, April 25, 2014:
Bob, he says he is getting good suction at the intake, but the engine won't run unless he holds his hand over the intake, so it's getting a close enough air/fuel ratio to run. Where is the air coming from? In theory, you are correct about air having to pass over the venturi I think. But perhaps in an up-draft carburetor, all it takes is vacuum.
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