Got one of these running today that a customer brought in -he had it running for 8 minutes then it quit - he said no oil on the dipstick - topped it up - there wasn't a drop of gas in the carb bowl - the fuel pump wouldn't work until I poured gas through it - got it running pretty decent for 10 minutes then it started to blow smoke stopped and checked compression - 140 psi - is the oil coming through the intake valve bore? had it running for 40 minutes then it quit - I think some dirt from old filter and fuel line is in the carb - main question is the smoking cause? thanks Ken
Re: F510 smoking engine in reply to joe csuti, 05-23-2014 12:30:46
That makes a lot of sense - I first had it running when the fuel pump wasn't working and no smoke Then after I got the pump to pull gas from the jerry can and then it started to blow smoke Thanks for that!!!!
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