Ron Brown wrote:
> You have to shake the float to check for gas inside it. The
> chances of having a big enough leak to sink it or blow
> bubbles are slim.
Didn't hear any gas in it, nor did i see any...
> What did the plug look like and did you check it after a high
> speed chop or after idling a while?
After running like it has for a week or so, its a very light tan color. almost a Khaki color.
> By the way, screwing around with the oil injection could
> cause severe engine damage, besides confusing the symptoms.
> You should set it exactly as the book says.
I just adjusted to to spec. It was out of line, and took care of ALOT of the same 'flooding out' kinda of sound the engine had... There are also a couple adjustments that need to be checked by someone with special tools... I might have the Yamaha shop look at that...