Originally Posted by MarkSF
When you have finished running the engine, do you always run the carb dry of fuel? If not, you are constantly gumming up the jets, and it's a cumulative effect.
Another good habit is Stabil or similar in the fuel.
A third good habit is NEVER to use fuel that is more than one month old. Dispose of it in your car's gas tank.
Following these 3 habits, or not, can make all the difference, between a nightmare engine and a dependable one.
I use stabilizer, and was actually wondering whether running the carb dry is a good idea. Is it? What about moisture?
I would like to do something different, as I really appreciate a working motor when I need it.