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Yep.....also remember that you have a X flow intake as carbs on left actually feeds cylinders on the right(looking at carbs) and vise versa.
Hey all I'm getting so close to having my boat up and running. Have done a lot to rebuild the whole thing and just have a question regarding the timing
Thanks, I believe that the fuel pump lifter has already been removed. Hopefully this will not be to involved to put the new fuel pump lifter installed
NO!! C jets are 98% used on crossflow engine and D is for mainly loopers. It is the way jets are drilled as a C feeds from center of bowl to high speed
When hooked to earmuffs an engine really isn't getting the same water flow it gets with the impeller submerged in water. I tell friends if they are going