Did you install an inline filter ? If not all the 5 year old crud in the tank will just go right back in your carbs. Did you sync the carbs?
Actually no I have done neither but i did manage to stop the leak and now its just bogs if i give more than half throttleDid you install an inline filter ? If not all the 5 year old crud in the tank will just go right back in your carbs. Did you sync the carbs?
will do that and update threadInstall an inline fuel filter to keep the crud out.
If you didn't remove and flush the fuel tank before reinstalling the carbs, when you turned the fuel on you washed any crud from the tank/fuel lines down into the carbs, the bogging and stalling at higher throttle is indicative of a plugged carb jet (usually caused my bad/dirty fuel) Synching the carbs is required when dealing with a 2 carb unit. you can get a service manual at Countrycat.com under technical information. I believe in the manual it dictates how to sync the carbs, this is also googleable and probably has videos