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Re: 1952 Sidemount won't stay running.

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I was detailed for another project this afternoon so I never got the chance to adjust the mixture for the stumble.
As far as the filter debate: It think it was in the right orientation on there - the element inside is on the downstream end and would make any debris it didn't allow past float around in view like the other filters I've used on motorcycles etc...

The odd thing about it was that it would never "fill up" with gas. it would get about half full at most. Like i said, I let it fill and empty the bowl several times and it was flowing WAY more gas than the engine could possibly burn even at full load. There is no arguing with success though.

old said: (quoted from post at 15:40:27 02/10/13) Now then if it still back fires that says it is running a tad bit lean open the main jet up a tad bit. Years ago when I got a call to figure out the fuel filter problem I charged the person a case of Busch beer just to throw it away but that got old so I just tell them to pull the filter then call if that does not fix the problem

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02-10-2013 18:48:30

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 Re: 1952 Sidemount won't stay running. in reply to nondem, 02-10-2013 18:10:01  
Take a real good look at that filter. It should have an arrow on it showing the flow. As for motor cycle filters yep BTDT for the past 42 plus years. Yep have had a motorcycle license now for well 43 years now. Still have a bike but have not rode in a year or more

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