dfresh777 wrote:Update: After it spewed a bunch of gas in the carberator two days ago, that made its way through and now my spark plugs are soaked in gas and it wont run, so i pulled them out letting them dry. under the hood stinks of gas and its been two days, really looking for answers. i did tighten up the carberator where it mounts, it did fire over but was running horridly rough. what to do what to do??????????????
so its actually managing to spew gas into the engine to the point where its soaking the plugs? that's... well to say the least, not good. you said it was rebuilt recently? it just doesn't seem that everything was done right if so... its kinda the time to decide what path you want to take. messing around in the carb could
work... do another rebuild or try to figure out what's wrong with it currently... it could take some time if you're not sure what to look at. the other option is to go with either a weber 32/36 DGV or a 32/36 DGEV. its is definitely a more expensive route, but it will run nearly flawless and is easier to work on in the future. there's a reason people swear by webers, and it is definitely your best route if you can do it