If the carb floats are sticking, or not shutting off when back-pressure
is sensed by the fuel pump, it may starve the engine out, and leave an
un-purged residue of gas.
I don't exactly understand what you mean by "a pool" of gas "inside the
With an F4B and quad 465 CFM Holley.
Allan Ballard wrote:
> Fuel pump meaning pumping too much fuel?
> On Jul 16, 2010, at 9:30 PM, Steve Laifman wrote:
>> Do you think, maybe, that it is the SU fuel pump causing your symptoms?
>> If the ignition were cutting out, my father's solution to everything
>> electrical was "it must be a loose wire"
>> <confused.gif> (icon may be deleted by List Mail limitations)
>> Steve Laifman
>> http://TigersUnited.com <http://TigersUnited.com/>
>> Allan Ballard wrote:
>>> I m sorting my stock MK1a Tiger, trying to get it back on the streets
>>> 3 decades of storage in a barn.
>>> Current focus is on carburation.
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