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Hi All
I posted this earlier but didn't get a chance to record the replies :(
Can somebody throw some light onto which screws do what?....!

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D. Fuel drain tap
E. Choke
F. (possible flooding drain unit for air intake) but I have no idea how this drain fuel which ends up in the air intake
G. Fuel-in (from tank)

 

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That's great - thanks both.
I'll try these out and see how I get on.

Any ideas how the air supply flooding valve operates? From what I can see inside the float chamber its just a hollow tube fitted to the base of the float chamber. Pretty sure it doesn't work as I always get lots of fuel backing up in the air intake pipe. :?
 

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Still trying to perfect the set up...

It seems to have a habit of firing a couple of times then giving up. Those couple of rotations seem to be enough to draw fuel in and flood itself.

I'll keep tinkering though!
 

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How do you mean 'belt it up' ?

I have a TE20 which is a reliable runner....

The M will start with a tow no problem - but I kind of consider that cheating ;)
 

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Ahh - I see.
No it doesn't have a pulley. I've been looking for one though - don't suppose you know if the stud pattern is universal (eg - would a fordson of similar gae fit?)
 
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