Re: Carb/Fuel problem
But even if he gets a new fuel pump, it still is not going to remedy the "no-fuel" in the carb issue. I suspect evaporating fuel from heat since he mentioned no fuel squirting from accelerating pump.
The reason the engine is cranking so long is the fuel pump is sucking fuel from the supply and filling the bowl. Takes time/strokes. Since you have only 4 psi, maybe a new pump is warrantied. Definitely would help shorten the cranking time.
I'd find or make a heat isolator for the carb. Lay an A/C thermometer about the base of the carb or shoot it with a temp gun to see the temp.
You might try another brand of fuel, different recipe. Maybe the station you trade at got a snoot full of winter recipe, it will evap fast in summer.
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