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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-17-2004, 08:31 PM
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Sometimes it will - sometimes it won\'t !

I finally got the 'Pony' carb idleing pretty good and got it to shut off (most of the time ) when I turned the key instead of having to pop the clutch in gear - Actually it was running pretty good. It sat over night at work - started it in the morning and warmed it up before I hit the road thinking that would help with the carb icing I always get !! But NOOOOO - the thing would not idle at all - running ruff and blowing blue smoke at the stop light !!!!???? I had to stop for the carb ice - that cleared up like usual but still would not idle at all. Thats when I niticed the light blue smoke that was not there before. I had to baby it home using the parking brake at the stops. Now this afternoon it is running fine again ?????????? What the *&^% ?????
I tried all of what I have read from you guy's - also going back and reading the seach pages.
Could it still be dirt in that carb ???????? [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img]
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Re: Sometimes it will - sometimes it won\'t !

Some of the air bleed passages in those carbs are pretty small . Take it apart and clean the snot out of it with the best cleaner you can find then finish it off with good and dry compressed air . The biggest problem these days is finding carb cleaner worth buying thanks to the Eco Nazis...
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Re: Sometimes it will - sometimes it won\'t !

For what its worth, Mac, the Pony carb on my rig was disassembled and thoroughly cleaned no less than 4 times before it actually got CLEAN and worked right. It's not so much all the obvious places, but like Sarge said its all the really little passages in there where a chunk of rust or particle of dirt or some other crud can lodge and mess up the flow. Even if you clean out a passage that had obvious dirt in it you can just be loosening more crap up to flow around and stick somewhere else. it doesnt take much!

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