Quick question. Mercury Mariner Outboard 2015 Manual on this page. The float in your carb is sticking the main fill needle connected to the float that’s allowing fuel to enter the bowl?
Reason I’m asking I recently picked up a carb cleaning brush kit from amazon. It will have a brush in the set that runs up and down the port cleaning and brushing it. And that needle can be scrubbed with a scratch pad along the side rails where it’s probably getting hung up. It’s a tedious job but it works if that’s the only thing going on with the carb. Just a thought. Suzuki Rm80 Service Manual here. I tried to upload a pic for you to see but there is something going on with the site I think so I can’t upload anything??? $8 bucks on amazon Anyone reading this post that works on bikes I recommend having this set.
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Cleaned the carb, replaced engine oil, put fresh gas in it. Got it running and went for a ride! It was running great just a little backfire once in a while! I barely made it home on the way back and now the bike won't run at all since then! It will start if I give a little bit of throttle but dies instantly as soon as I let go off the throttle! And even if I try to rev it up it'll sound like its not getting enough gas. It revs up a couple hundred rpm's and backfires through the carb.
It almost sounds as if I was trying to take off from zero in 5th gear! Nothing is seized though! I dissasembled the head and the piston and cylinder are fine! Rebuilt the carb, replaced the ignition source coil. I don't know what to do anymore.
Compression test shows 90 psi Specs are 128 psi but i'm not sure if I trust my compression tester. Bought a 01 bear tracker and a trailer from a local guy last week. I rebuilt the carb 2 days ago and ran damn near perfect for 2 hours. Parked it and came back the next day. It suddenly won't hold an idle at all and pops when I'm going downhill or at a slow speed. Almost like I'm dragging the whole power train with the weight of the ATV.
It still has decent power (80-90% maybe as it is now) but I can't figure out why it's popping and won't hold an idle suddenly. Even with messing with the idle screw next to the bowl on the exterior of the carb. No changes.. ANY ideas would be great. I'm far from a carb king, but I've never had this issue before. The fuel was bought 2 days ago and it has a brand new intake manifold as of yesterday when I rebuilt the carb (whole rebuild kit). I sprayed around the carb and did not find any leaks. Thanks y'all.
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