When I put the new line in I ran it as far from the engine as possible.
Also, it was acting up this morning when temperatures where in the 50s. My
understanding (would could be wrong) was the electric pump placed near the
tank would eliminate the vapor lock. All I know is it's driving me nuts!
Thanks for your input Michael, Ken
From: Graziano, Michael <email@example.com>
To: 'Ken St.John' <firstname.lastname@example.org>; Spitfires
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 1:10 PM
Subject: RE: Stalling problems continued
>I'm no mechanic, but that sure sounds like a vapor lock problem to me. Is
>the car running hotter than usual? Have you got a heat shield on the carb?
>Did you change the routing of the fuel line at all that might bring it into
>a hotter location? I don't think it's float level, as you had to wait 10
>minutes at some point to get it started, indicating to me a cool-down
>period. This killer weather might be part of the cause.
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