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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-29-2009, 06:16 PM Thread Starter
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help misting gas out of carb please help

my 96 indy 500 had a hole in the carburatuer boot and i thought that was the problem to why it was misting gas out of the back of the carb but i put a new one on and it still is misting gas out thats why it is so boggy beacause that gas should be going into the motor not out please help i cleaned the cabs twice that didnt work and i cant figure it out there is aloit of gas coming out of the back of the carburatur????
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check your choke plungers and make sure that both the choke bore and choke plungers are going all the way down, also have you messed around with the airscrews at all, if so, set them back to factory (should be 1 turn out) but i was having the choke problem on my 650 where 2 chokes were staying part way open and it was running like a 1 legged sloth and shooting fuel out the carbs, but now it runs like brand new with no fuel spray, and no more bogging.. hope this helps.
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okay its only doing it out of one carb how do you know if its down all the way?
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you need to have some freeplay in the cable for the choke to seat right do you have freeplay?

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no i dont think so i have to push really hard to get it. how do i adjust them?
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theres adjustments on the cable where it screws into the carb
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There needs to be 1/8 to 1/4 play between the lever and the "Body"....I would also check and see if your needle jet came loose inside the carb...i.e. the throttle plate popped loose and your needle jet is just "flapping". I had the same problem with an Indy 500 I bought used....turns out, the "Dumbo" attachd the throttle cable to the slide, then put the throttle plate on and THEN....dropped his needle jet in.....which resulted in the needle jet just floating and not doing its job.

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