Re: Carb Flooded? Wet Plugs No start
Yes, as suggested earlier, one item to check is watch as the engine is running, fuel is not dribbling from the venturis, the cylindrical devices in the body just above the throttle plartes. If it is dribbling, float level too high.
Next, hook up a vacuum gauge to manifold vacuum port and tune/turn mixture screws for best idle, highest vacuum, alternate between the screws. May have to advance initial timing, say 8° to 12° BTDC.
The installed camshaft will determine the carb setting. More duration, less vacuum developed. Stock camshaft should acquire 18" to 20" of vacuum.
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