Just the opposite of Frank's experience, I had an on-going intermittent
problem with flooding in the HD-8 carbs on my Big Healey until I installed
the Grose-Jets. That cured it permanently. As I recall, there was some
directions given with the Grose-Jets that you had to install a certain
thickness of fiber washers (provided with the kit), depending on the
required float height, I think (it has been a while). Did you do that?
I have never had a flooding problem with my Midget, and it still has the
Havelock, NC USA
'73 Midget GAN5UD126009G "OO NINE"
"It is better to remain silent, and be thought a fool
than to speak, and remove all doubt" -- Mark Twain
----- Original Message -----
From: Frank Clarici <spritenut@Exit109.com>
Sent: Monday, November 01, 1999 10:34 PM
Subject: Re: SU HS2 Flooding, 1974 Midget 1275
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > More on the still developing SU drama:
> having found a new set of Grose Jets in the box of spare parts,
> I tried Grose jets on 2 different cars at different times. They both
> flooded. 2 balls may do the trick but they don't work real good where a
> needle and seat should be.
> Drive it or give it to somebody that will