I forgot to take this thing highway to see if the bellow is back .this tells me it is rich enough.
it is indeed there. the let down is instant off..the long jet can't play games.
a new problem is in the cold. it did the opposite of warm up faster..the draft is even colder. I can pop thru carb if laying it on too fast.
I refuse to go all plenum under the hood like the old days..
a heat riser needed...
even the I-6 had a warm up time for this carb. all plenum under the hood to roast it in minutes.
the new gasket seems to be a cold one as well, no odors after shudown. As if the old gasket was some weird catalyzer.
valve noise is a lean condition coming back around to richer and colder. springs will take some time. this boxer has done this more times than nothing I know survives.
anyone play with CAI and carb..the heat riser subject? I need a simply clever idea.
I have a resistor on the fuel, and a partial draft under hood...not enough.
I was thinking of how the plenums worked. large area above carb, electrocutable, sloppy chamber of deadness. it is to keep the venturi happy..slow feed.
Above is a wheel bearing race on top of the float bowl cover upside down. it is nearly the same size as the barrel. I will put this in the intake tube, wedged ..this may fake a chamber like a plenum has, by sizing up the demand before it gets to carb...and leaving a slower space of the larger air duct that follows the race...I ponder it is over a foot after this race is wedged in to be the slow down.
I am avoiding heat riser as that sucks on city sewage, hondas an evos...and whatever else.