EricBorg wrote:Thanks again everyone for your replies,
I’ll give Mr.Cooper a call and we’ll go from there.
With regards flooding,
I’m running the bike on an AMAL concentric carb, runs great and I do have the decompressor all intact.
If it was flooding (as some people suggested) wouldn’t the plug be wet with fuel when I remove it? Mine isn’t, just a little black with carbon but not wet.
JohnnyBeckett wrote:HI i run concentric on my w/ng 1939 and my 1953 and they run good i don't get no flooding starts first tine i get a little bit of black soot on the plug i put it down to it needs a good run or its is burning a little bit of oil well it is over 70 years old and all old engines from new burn oil i still think it is the mag that needs looking at
JohnnyBeckett wrote:HI Eric i used a 1/2" thick spacer made of tufnol and i got longer studs om the drags site i think they was something to do with head studs with cycle thread each end i think they was about 1" 5/8" or 1" 3/4" long if i can get to my ariel in the next week i will let you know how long they are you need to get just over 1/2" longer studs than you have now i used a spacer to help stop the carb fuel getting to hot
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