1kperday at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 20:59:59 PST 2007
No. If there's ANY grit in the fuel it can prevent the float valve
needles from sealing and can cause hydrolock. Ask me how I know.
Yes, the oil seeps into the cylinders and down past the rings,
'washing' them and can fubar your motor if you run it much with gas in
Dunno what would cause it to overflow while running, though, except
perhaps a stuck or improperly adjusted float valve. After you figure
it out be sure to change your oil.
On 11/6/07, Jeffrey Markham <automan25 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>Wouldn't the valves in the carb bowl prevent any problems with hydrolock?
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