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Cutting out at intersections hardtostartcoming

Coming up to intersections the vehicle cuts out hard to start

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My first question is, can the engine idle ok. If yes, then cutting out at intersections may well be heat soak from the engine boiling off the fuel in the float chambers. Try fitting anti-percolating blocks between the inlet and the carburetor mounts. These are red fibrous blocks machined to the same tolerances as the carby bases.

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