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Old 04-26-2007, 11:53 PM
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sorry for the delay, was busy cleaning...

TC, my error, wasnt using the noggin. I actually knew the answer to that, just didnt think it through past the fact that we use vacuum.

Ken, Hey, I do know one trick haha. The slides rise with slight tension(against the spring) and fall slowly as well(equlizing the pressure) They dont drop like you were hinting at.

Could the equalization tube between the diaphragms and the float bowls possibly be plugged??? Thus causing the massive inflow of air when on the throttle, but no equalization (lower than atmospheric air pressure) between the dia's and the bowl???

You'll have to excuse my lack of terminolgy.
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