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post #8 of (permalink) Old 04-22-2018, 06:55 PM
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Originally Posted by Knifemaker View Post
I thought the pilot jet, like the main jet, sat submerged in the float bowl. So filling it with seafoam would enter the jet. Perhaps I'm thinking of a different carburetor. ??

These carbs have a separate float chamber and jet chamber. While there is fuel in the jet chamber, it has to be drawn upward through the jets (as usual). If the jet is clogged up tight, cleaners can't do much.

Had to soak my pilot a couple of hours and poke a wire though it between soaks. Need a drill bit that size, but I stripped wire from a bread tie. Make sure you poke out the emulsion holes on the side of the jet.

Emulsion holes



Float Chamber



Jet Chamber


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