Carb problems

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Re: Carb problems

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Re: Carb problems

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It has a S bend ( if 1970 ) in the line that needs to be eliminated ,at the tank as mine had only 3/32" open with some calcium build up
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Re: Carb problems

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I replaced the fuel return valve and problem solved
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Re: Carb problems

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Awesome. Here's a question, does anyone know how that valve should function in concept? It would seem it sends all the fuel to the rear carburetor until the needle valve closes and pressure rises a little, then diverts to fuel tank?

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