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620owner

Member Since 14 Dec 2011
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In Topic: Gas Flow Problem 620

Yesterday, 08:44 AM

I'm going to check the top of the cores as you suggest. Might need a good flushing.


In Topic: REAR BUMPER BRACKETS 620

Yesterday, 08:31 AM

This is my 620, I'd like to either Blackout or Whiteout the DATSUN on the tailgate and add the Bumperettes.

 

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I found another photo online but I want to position mine closer to the tail-lights (Not sticking out so Much)

 

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In Topic: Gas Flow Problem 620

Yesterday, 04:27 AM

I drove the 620 all day yesterday all most 100 miles. It was 90 degrees here in Ohio yesterday and I did a lot of stop and go traffic so ran a little warm at times. I noticed the temp gage running a little past midway at times but it ran great. 

 

I let it set 4 hours and checked the carb. Dry as a bone. The fuel filter was full. 

I checked it this morning fuel filter wasn't full,  down about a quarter of an inch.  The carb still had gas, maybe down a little but close to the Dot.

I'd say that is probably normal levels ?

 

I did gas it up yesterday almost to full tank. The tank is a little above half full right now. 

 

I'll check it when I get home from work today after setting 24 hours.


In Topic: Gas Flow Problem 620

19 July 2017 - 10:22 AM

OK, I'm on it.

Here's a pic of my old carb. Thought I'd use it for reference.

 

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The fuel filter was empty and fuel bowl low today. Had enough gas to start, it picked up the gas from the tank quick and filed filter and bowl so I let it run ten minutes.

Checked the Jet covers and bowl cover after setting fifteen minutes. Everything dry as a bone.

 

Right Jet:

 

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Left Jet in the mirror.

 

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I was able to get a look of both jet covers and bottom of bowl after removing a hose.

 

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So I guess that eliminates Jet/jet covers and bowl gasket/seal.

 

You say the fuel pump has a check valve to prevent back flow to the tank. It has to the problem.(A BAD new pump)

But there does have to be a way of it getting air to allow it to back flow, right...


In Topic: Gas Flow Problem 620

18 July 2017 - 05:49 AM

Ok I took some pictures, I know pictures are worth a thousand words.

Last nite after setting 24 hours, Fuel Filter empty and carb very low (Fuel at bottom of window).

 

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Here's the fuel lines and filter:

 

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It started right up and ran fine. Here's the gas level running:

 

 

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I let it run 15 minutes and then checked it 1 hour later, fuel filter full and carb on the Dot. Everything dry.

 

Checked it this morning after setting overnite, fuel filter empty. Didn't check carb I had put things back and was heading out for work. I'm thinking the bowl will low.

 

This is just an over view of the engine bay:

 

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Carb view:

 

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Over-view of fuel filter and lines:

 

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Never know what you might see....