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heres the deal runs like a top on level road but today i got it in some really weaked angles and going down step climb its floods out and dies had to put it to the floor just to get it running and then thats all i could do. take foot off the floor and it woul die had to get pulled level to get it running again does and body have any sugestions! if i turn the carb around the other way it stalls out at step inclines HELP HELP!!!.


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I run a Pony Yes the regulator will do the trick. I was in paragon this weekend, It never evan burped
off camber nose down you name it. set it to 1/2 lb on the trail and 2 or so on the road.

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For off-road use yes you should add one. For on-road use
no it's not really needed. what it does when turned down is
keeps too much fuel from entering the bowl causing the
pony to flood.Esp when going downhill.

Glenn
87' Zook Spoa,M/L 33's, 4.16 tcase,4.62 gears Camo,Header,2"exhuast, Cam.
Lockers, 8klb winch, -Wildweasel2 NE4WI- club http://www.cs.umass.edu/~glenn/personal.html
 

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You need to bend the tab On the float just like any other carb. Just check through the sight glass
on the front of the carb, your fuel level should be in the center (On the dot).

Glenn
87' Zook Spoa,M/L 33's, 4.16 tcase,4.62 gears Camo,Header,2"exhuast, Cam.
Lockers, 8klb winch, -Wildweasel2 NE4WI- club http://www.cs.umass.edu/~glenn/personal.html
 

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never said ther where sorry just trick alot of them out for drag cars and derby cars and stock cars. im used to wroking on them they have a adjstable float screw unlike the pony . so you have to take the carb apart to set the float ? good thing i bought a rebuild kit when i got the carb

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Yea you need to yank the top of the carb off.
The regulator is a Puralator 0-6 psi unit. Just get it for the smaller hose size or if they only have one in stock just buy new fittings at the hardware store, (I think I would anyway as the ones that come with it are plastic. I have brass ones now.)

Glenn
87' Zook Spoa,M/L 33's, 4.16 tcase,4.62 gears Camo,Header,2"exhuast, Cam.
Lockers, 8klb winch, -Wildweasel2 NE4WI- club http://www.cs.umass.edu/~glenn/personal.html
 
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