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Old 12/11/2011, 03:02 PM   #1
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Carb Spacer Leak

Rob was diagnosing a carb problem for me and he told me to check the gasket between the intake and the spacer because gasket manufacturers are making the gaskets too small these days.

Talk about knowing his stuff! Check out the photo of the gasket I was using. The engine was sucking a lot of air through that gap, and it is the correct gasket!
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