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Superdave

Registered: 05/21
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I have notice while running my WF motor I see a fuel leak at 6500 rpm. it is coming from a brass tube (emulsion tube?) from a hole in it on the bottom of the tube. This tube is located right next to the choke lever and faces my exhaust. I am concerned about a fire while racing......I believe this is an overflow tube, for when the fuel bowl gets full. the float is superpose to keep this from overflowing......I have a couple of theory's.     #1 the float is not adjusted correctly do to the angle mount I am using.      #2 I removed my old float and weighed it at 8.32 and a new float weighs 7.95.... a heavy float will not cut off fuel at the proper time. is this weight difference significant?    #3 I can put a tube over it and place it vertical to catch the over vented fuel.
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Superdave

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Anyone have any input on this ?
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