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Author Topic:   C&S Carb Problems
Go-n4broke
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posted June 12, 2001 07:56 AM           
Having problems with a C&S 750 Alky carb. Cuts out in the middle of corners, and lets out at the end of straightaways, acts like its starving the carb of fuel, and its doing it inconsistantly....so we replaced the needles&Seets,pwr valves, accelerator pumps, gaskets etc....Now its worse and its blowing fuel through the vent tubes. Anyone got any ideas????


x13jc
Member
posted June 12, 2001 07:59 AM
jets?

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KPLugnut
Member
posted June 12, 2001 09:01 AM
Sounds like your float(s) are sticking, hanging up, or at least somewhat out of adjustment. Fuel coming out of the vents comes from things such as much too high fuel pressure, or a float level that is very much too high, but a carb that "cuts out" at the end of the straights usually is being run with fuel pressure that is too low or a faulty pump that can't fill the bowl(s) fast enough, so you may have more than one thing going on there.
I can't say what C&S uses for floats, but you may want to try going to a set of "cut" floats specifically designed for oval track racing, if you don't already use them. They help eliminate fuel slosh problems while cornering.
Let me know if you need any assistance finding them, too.

Always glad to help where I can.

KPLugnut

[This message has been edited by KPLugnut (edited June 12, 2001).]

Go-n4broke
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posted June 12, 2001 01:13 PM           
The jetting seems to be ok, the temperature
stays around 180 to 200 degrees while racing.

Thanks for the help guys, were still trying
to get it to work, we are going to try changing the fuel pump and checking the floats again and see what happens.....


4ord
Member
posted June 12, 2001 10:26 PM
you may want to check the fittings from the tank to the pump. i had a problem alot like yours, and found a fitting that was eaten out causing the pump to suck air at times. it would idle fine, but at higher revs it would spit fuel out the vents from all the air. it does not take long to bust them loose and look. just a suggestion.


Go-n4broke
unregistered
posted June 18, 2001 10:20 AM           
Bogged...

I never even thought about that, I'll check it out and see, thanks for the help!!

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