"But to clarify, they start out as little air bubbles that don't matter. Then they clump together to make a 6 inch long bubble that encircles 90% of the line. It leaves very little available flow. Ill be riding and every now and again twisting the throttle won't do anything because it's not getting gas. I will take a picture when I get the chance. "
Mind you, the throttle thing doesn't happen when I take the bubble out. I understand bubbles aren't a problem. I've had them before and you guys are right. They arent a problem. This isn't just a bubble. ITS A BIG BUBBLE. The line eventually becomes 4 inches of gas --> 6 inches of pretty damn near all air --> 2 inches of gas.
"I'm making a mock external gas tank out of a dish soap bottle (cleaned with hot water, paper towels and rinsed with gas) that I'm going to hook to the side of the false top tank to see if it is a gravity issue."
Finished it. Gonna try it out tomorrow and see what's up. If it works then I'm thinking theres something wrong with the petcock. If it doesnt then air is getting blown back up thru the carb into the line again. Doesn't reversion from the exaust do that? I do hear clinks when I tap the pipe.
Also, if I'm just being stupid, let me know. And if you would be so kind, hint me towards the right direction. I think I've tried every suggestion posted. I appreciate them btw!
The problems I have seem to be directly correlated to the presence of the huge bubble.