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Re: [Enfield] '43 Enfield with carb problems...

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  • William Fanjoy
    yes, it does run out when i hold down the tickler button.  there seems to be plenty of fuel, Pete. ... From: P Snidal Subject: Re:
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 22, 2013
      yes, it does run out when i hold down the tickler button.  there seems to be plenty of fuel, Pete.

      --- On Mon, 4/22/13, P Snidal <snidepete@...> wrote:

      From: P Snidal <snidepete@...>
      Subject: Re: [Enfield] '43 Enfield with carb problems...
      To: royalenfield@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Monday, April 22, 2013, 1:29 PM

       
      At 09:29 AM 4/22/2013, you wrote:
      >Thought my WD Enfield was a '45, but have been informed by better
      >sources that the frame and engine numbers declare the bike to be a
      >'43. Lucky me! Anyhow, I'm having a difficult time keeping the
      >carb in a well-running position (air screw, idel, choke). The bike
      >had not run in 13 years, so I completely cleaned the carb, installed
      >new fuel lines and relined the fuel tank, and then she ran very
      >well, although normally always needing a bit of choke. Recently,
      >though, sometimes she gasps for either air or fuel and then dies and
      >is a bair to restart,

      How does she tickle? Does fuel run out the holes in the sides of the
      float bowl top when you hold the tickler down?
      ps

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