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Most likely one of the new vacuum lines came loose leaving you with a vacuum leak. The engine pulls in extra air through the leak, but since that air does not pass through the carb venturi it does not draw in extra fuel with it. Therefore the engine runs lean. Lean engines run hot.
Posted on Apr 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the fuel line(the bigger of the two)which will come from either between the carbs or offthe left hand carb,is connected to the main fuel tap(larger outlet) and the vacuum line will come from the front of one of the carbs(on the engine side)and should be tapped into the inlet manifold,this pipe (smaller dia)goes to the other outlet on the fuel tap,these are a vacuum pump inside the fuel tap assembly
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Friend, There could be two reasons for this. One. There is no current reaching the spark plug and thus there is no spark in the cylinder. Please remove the plug and connect again tot he HT wire. touch it to the body (metal portion) and turn the engine. If there is spark, it will show as blue flame between the points of the plug. Two. There is no gas reaching the cylinder. Ensure that it does reach there.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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