Originally Posted by clicheche
the new plug b8es sucks.
tiny little spark.
the old plug sparks better.
that being said, the spark color, (though much smaller) was more blue on the new plug, and orange on the old plug.
will consider the points suggestion.
is compression difficult to test?
could that be an issue?
will check the carb again as well. how to tell if the float needle would be stopping the gas flow?
Blue spark is better than orange. Compression is easy to test if you have a gauge.
The easiest way to test the needle is to see if you can blow into the fuel inlet after the float bowl is full.
Starting fuel delivery is controlled by all the circuits, dependent on throttle setting. you also need to make sure that the enrichener is shutting off completely.
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