It's a 12volt system now. I've been jumping it to my old truck and it spins very well. Still only pops once or twice every so often. Checked the spark again and still bright. It must be fuel. But it seems right. The plugs are never wet with gas after I try for a bit. No flooding but shouldn't they get wet with unburned gas?
Re: 9n faltering. in reply to soundguy, 07-26-2014 16:12:04
There is gas draining from carb bottom. Take the carb back off and check the vacuum. I did put my hand over the air intake of the carb and there was enough suction to fill that part of the carb with gas and it flooded out onto the ground.
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