Carburation mystery

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todd lorber
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Re: Carburation mystery

Post by todd lorber »

Any chance there is a problem with the dashpot springs? I've never seen them break, but if you are saying that changing the dashpot oil made that much of a difference, then perhaps one or both of of the carb pistons are rising too quickly.
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Re: Carburation mystery

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My 1600 had something like this , I found the su slides were free lifting , but the back one caught going down temperarily