Swapped carbs between engines. Replace fuel filters. Fair amount of water. Bad gas around here lately. Test run this morning. Ran flawless 2700rpm 23knots,
Just trying to determine if it is flooding? It can take a hour or longer to start a flooded engine. Smell the dipstick, fuel will wash down into the
Odd that the problem takes only 6 seconds, but an hour to resolve itself. Ilm not thinking fuel, but ignition. Ignitor or even the coil.
I thought that was understood.
Does the choke have a vacuum pull off diaphram? When the engine starts it pulls the choke butterfly slightly open go give it air. Stick a large screwdriver